New York Association For Black Journalist First Take Student Journalism Workshop Opportunity

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The New York Association of Black Journalists (NYABJ) is still looking for High School Students in grade levels 9-12 who are interested in journalism today.  A 8 week course is offered to students interested in Newspapers, Magazines, Print Media, Television, Radio, Broadcast Media, Websites, Interactivity, Multimedia, Photojournalism, or Visual Media.  All that is needed is a brief description of yourself along with what your interest are in news and how your goals will describe "Your Story" today.  You must provide Two story ideas during the workshop and be expected to report on an event, topic or issue of interest happening within your own community, school or immediate environment.  Your ideas you "pitch" must involve people that are realistic.  If you have a web link connected to a story to be told attach that link to the application.  The workshop program is accepting 20 students from the New York Metro Region Area with the strongest story to tell. 

Get Started Today And Click The Link Below:

NYABJ's First Take High School Journalism


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