CENTER FOR INTEGRATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF JOURNALISM
 

Workshops & Services - Student Projects

 
APME Gazette
The Associated Press Managing Editors group is coming to San Jose for its annual conference. More than 300 editors from around the country will attend. APME puts out a daily newspaper staffed by student journalists to report on the conference.

contact RICH RAMIREZ

Aug 31, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
Associated Press Managing Editors Conference Paper
The Associated Press Managing Editors group is coming to San Jose this fall for its annual conference (Oct. 26-29, 2018 San Jose Fairmont). More than 300 editors from around the country will attend.

contact RICH RAMIREZ

Jun 1, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
Write Your Future: A Training Program for High School Journalists
Reuters created this program to help minority high school students who are interested in journalism careers enhance their writing and reporting skills and to expose students to the exciting world of business news and the world's largest wire service.

contact MEREDITH GROSSMAN DUBNER

Apr 7, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
Native American Journalists Association Student Project
The high school students of Project Phoenix learn the basics of news writing and photojournalism. During the course of about a week students produce a 12-page newspaper called "Rising Voices". Project Phoenix is the only national high school journalism ca

contact NAJA

Apr 7, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
Project Phoenix
15 students will learn from working professionals in the industry and have an opportunity to be published in one issue of a student newspaper, Rising Voices. The week long program takes place at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

contact NATIVE AMERICAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION

Apr 6, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
PEARL World Youth News
An internet-based international student-run news service established by the International Education and Resource Network (iEARN-USA) and the Daniel Pearl Foundation invites high school students around the world to become reporters.

contact ANINDITA DUTTA ROY

Apr 4, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
Summer Institute of Journalism
The Summer Institute of Journalism (SIJ) isfor 15 students interested in a career in journalism and who arecurrently attending a Council for Christian Colleges & Universities member college or university.

contact RICHARDPOTTS

Mar 28, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
Maryland Scholastic Press Association Summer Program
Close to 120 high school students spend an intense week at the University of Maryland studying journalism at MSPA annual program.

contact MARCHELLE PAYNE-GASSAWAY

Jan 11, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
University of Florida Summer Journalism Institute
Classes are open rising 10th, 11th and 12th graders who have recommendations from their publication advisers or principals.

contact WILLIAM MCKEEN

Jan 11, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
NLGJA Student Radio Project
Write, edit and produce segments with mentors from National Public Radio and other industry professionals for the NLGJA convention.

contact JASON LLOYD CLEMENT

Jan 11, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
NLGJA Student Video Project
Write, edit and produce segments for the NLGJA convention daily broadcast.

contact JASON LLOYD CLEMENT

Jan 11, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
NLGJA Student Print/Online Project
Write, edit and produce The Digital Reporter, the NLGJA convention online daily newspaper, and its print counterpart. Work with professional print and online journalists.

contact JASON LLOYD CLEMENT

Jan 11, 2018 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
Poynter High School Program
The Poynter Institute offers its popular Writers Workshop for Tampa Bay area high school students and teachers.

contact WENDY WALLACE

Dec 14, 2004 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
Native American Newspaper Career Conference
Native American high school and college students are introduced to the basic skills and practices of journalism by about 25 journalists from across the country, many of them Native American. There is no cost to students and their teachers to particip

contact CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL

Dec 14, 2004 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
RTNDF High School Journalism Project
Multiple programs sponsored by the Radio-Television News Directors Association & Foundation geared towards high school students interested in broadcast journalism.

contact CAROLYN TERRY

Dec 14, 2004 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
AAJA J-Camp
Applicants for J Camp must be high school freshmen, sophomores or juniors available to travel to and stay for the six-day program. AAJA will select a maximum of 40 participants.

contact BRANDON SUGIYAMA

Dec 14, 2004 in STUDENT PROJECTS
 
NAHJ Student Projects
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is accepting applications for its Student Projects and Campus to be conducted at NAHJ's annual convention June 1218, 2018, in Fort Worth, Texas.

contact NANCY TITA

Dec 14, 2004 in STUDENT PROJECTS