June 19-24, 2011
The School of Communication holds a week-long journalism workshop each summer where high school students can explore a future in journalism. APPLY NOW!
WHO: High school students thinking about careers as newspaper, magazine or website reporters; writers; photojournalists; graphic designers; or TV and radio reporters and anchors. Must like excitement, challenges and fun, and be willing to learn. Some journalistic experience is helpful, but novices can apply. Enthusiasm is a must.
WHAT: Students will select an interest area — print/digital journalism, photojournalism, or radio and TV broadcasting — and will leave at the end of the week with a complete magazine and accompanying website, multimedia pieces, published photos or a short TV or radio program. Instructors include Point Park University School of Communication faculty members and guest instructors.
WHEN: June 19-24, 2011
WHERE: Point Park University, but some local travel to interview, videotape and photograph sources and attend Pittsburgh area news events is required.
WHY: You'll get hands-on journalistic experience, learn from experienced professors and award-winning journalists, and live in a University residence for a week, where you'll establish new and possibly lasting friendships with students who share your interests.
To Apply: Download and print an application. Hurry, space is limited!
Workshop tuition is $350, which includes a dormitory room for the week, flex dollars for meals, and social activities. Scholarships are available.
The Spectrum is the newspaper or news magazine and accompanying website produced by the print and photojournalism students in the Summer High School Journalism Workshop. To read last year's publication, visit The Spectrum's website.
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