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    Journalism Summer Programs

    What is a Journalism Summer Program?

    There are middle and high school summer journalism programs to fit all interests, whether you work on the school newspaper or want to create your own blog. Summer journalism programs teach writing, web and broadcast skills in combination with reporting, research and ethics. Students learn how to interview, meet deadlines, engage readers and influence public policy. Some programs specialize in particular areas, such as science writing. Some journalism programs are on college campuses; other are sponsored by leading organizations such as The New York Times. You can find journalism courses in-person or online. There are so many that you can pick the right one that best fits your needs. You can learn how to take your writing to the next level, so you can get the jumpstart on your future as a hard-hitting journalist.

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    Yale Young Scholars’ Literature, Philosophy & Culture Program
    Summer Programs

    Yale Young Scholars’ Literature, Philosophy & Culture Program

    New Haven, Connecticut

    Yale Young Global Scholars invites students from over 150 countries and all 50 U.S. states to spend two weeks at Yale University attending an academic session of their choice. Literature, Philosophy, & Culture session (LPC) is designed for students with an interest in the expression and interpretation of creativity and culturally significant texts...(more)

    American University – Discover the World of Communication
    Summer Programs

    American University – Discover the World of Communication

    Washington, District of Columbia

    Discover the World of Communication at American University offers interactive workshops for students entering grades 9-12 where you will learn to build a digital portfolio, write a script, shoot and edit a film, write a news story like a pro, speak with confidence, persuade, inform, educate, and entertain...(more)

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