This is an annual journalism workshop for NY-area teens interested in news careers. This site features their original reporting.
Our hands-on instruction gives you a huge boost before college.
This fun and FREE activity for teens jumpstarts your future career in the news business! Learn reporting, video editing, photo, interviewing and more. Work with real pros and real equipment Saturdays each Fall in a rewarding program for New York’s brightest students.
More than college prep, it’s career prep! Our hands-on instruction gives you experience ahead of the curve. Learn production and communication skills, plus the software, tools and techniques you’ll need to enter the media industry of the future. Participants produce a video newscast in a television studio and publish reported articles in a newsletter.
This free 8-week program, held every Fall at CUNY J-School, meets Saturdays from 9 am to 4 pm. The 2017 session begins in September. The application deadline is Aug. 6th. But don’t procrastinate. Limited spots are available. High school students only. Apply today. Good Luck!
Organized by NYABJ
The New York Association of Black Journalists is a group of media professionals organized to pursue common concerns and goals, primarily diversity throughout all levels of the news industry. With more than 450 members from the African American, African, Caribbean and Afro Latino communities, NYABJ is one of the largest and most vibrant local chapters of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), which boasts more than 3,000 members and is the world’s largest organization for journalists of color.