- College Summer Journalism Programs For High School Students
- Summer Sports Journalism Programs For High School Students
Parker compound bow magnified scope for bow hunting. The Summer Journalism Academyis a two-week program aimed to provide high school students hands-on training in news reporting, writing, and photography. Guided by award-winning working journalists, we work with students where they are. Our summer journalism program for high school students takes place on the campus UC Berkeley. Get a free brochure to learn more! Early Decision discount ends on Dec.
College Summer Journalism Programs For High School Students
The application for the 2021 Princeton Summer Journalism Program is now open! Review our eligibility requirements and apply by Monday, February 22, 2021.
Learn how the Princeton Summer Journalism Program quickly adapted from a 10-day residential program to a 7-week intensive virtual experience in 2020, allowing students to cover some critical topics of our day from their hometowns.
Read the stories our resourceful student journalists covered during the pandemic on our blog and in the 2020 Princeton Summer Journal.
PSJP students develop multimedia projects. Check out one of the finished products!
Summer Sports Journalism Programs For High School Students
Poynter High School Journalism Program (High school students) St. Petersburg June 10-14, 2019 Tuition: $350. University of Florida Summer Media Institute (High school students) University of Florida, Gainesville June 23-28, 2019 Tuition: $950. Programs for high school students Medill Cherubs This five-week summer journalism institute, also known as the cherub program, is for rising seniors seeking the inside scoop on professional journalism and looking to connect with peers who are just as passionate about pursuing this career. The Cronkite School has cancelled summer high school camps summer due to the Covid-19 virus. Students who already have submitted their applications to the three Cronkite Camp programs — Summer Journalism Institute, High School Media Innovation Camp and the Cronkite Sports Broadcast Boot Camp — will be given first review for program opportunities in 2021.