Rewire is an online destination for young adults in their 20s and 30s who want to improve their lives and the world they’re living in.
We offer an ever-expanding library of articles and videos tackling the big issues faced by folks this age every day: What do I need to know before I move out? How can social media get me fired? How can I live an eco-friendlier lifestyle? When and why should I ask someone their pronouns?
We work tirelessly with a small onsite staff and a team of contributors based around the U.S. to provide curious thinkers with authentic expert- and fact-driven resources.
Created by Twin Cities PBS and supported by the national PBS system, our content is rooted in journalism and deeply committed to the mission of public media, “to inform, educate, enlighten, and enrich the public and help inform civil discourse essential to American society.”
But wait, there’s more!
We work tirelessly with a small onsite staff and a team of contributors based around the United States to provide curious thinkers with authentic expert and fact-driven resources that fall into the following categories:
Love and relationships: This encompasses romantic relationships of all stripes. We also widen this circle to include good, bad and indifferent relationships with parents, extended family and friends.
Health: Mental and emotional health is a key area of coverage for Rewire. We hope this content helps reduce stigma, build empathy and guide how you learn to seek help.
Our Future: What does it mean to be an engaged citizen? How is our world changing and what do you need to know to make your own impact? Here you'll find stories about democracy and culture, stories to inspire you and engage you as a global citizen.
Work: Many career milestones take place in your twenties and thirties and we provide content across the spectrum. From landing a job, to figuring out a career, we offer relatable experts with achievable advice and entrepreneurial success stories to spark your work ethic.
Money: Whether your finances are cause for concern or celebration, we have insights to inform your budgeting and address the emotional baggage so often associated with our money.
Living: What kind of a lifestyle do you live? How can the choices you make today put you on a path for a better tomorrow? Inspired by the latest research, this category offers content about sustainable living, moves big and small and offers profiles of remarkable folks to inspire.
PBS is in our DNA and so we also create content across all these categories in support of nationally-broadcast or streamable PBS programs we think our audience needs to know about. These run the gamut from exclusive interviews with “Independent Lens” producers to quizzes to help you learn more about yourself through one of the programs. PBS is not just on your TV anymore and we want to help you rediscover the network you may have grown up with.
For a better life and a brighter future.