Journalism Summer Workshops for Students and Teachers

Summer Journalism Workshops!

Summer Journalism Workshops

Regional universities are offering high school students the opportunity to learn more about a college’s Journalism program while also developing skills in various forms of media. The following summer workshops are open to students and teachers.

Indiana University Bloomington is offering high school students a journalism workshop hosted at the Media School. The $300.00 cost includes workshop fees as well as room and board in one the university’s dormitory. Students have the option to earn a college credit at no additional cost. The Scripps Howard Foundation is offers Diversity scholarships. Link:

Ohio University Scripps School of Journalism is offering a workshop for high school students (and teachers) lead by faculty and professionals in broadcast journalism, magazine, digital, news, photojournalism, publication design, and advertising/public relations.  The workshop cost is $300.00, including workshop, room and board. Registration is open until June 1 at

Northern Kentucky University College of Informatics   presents Journalism in the Digital Age.  Unlike the other offerings, this is a day camp. It is scheduled July 9-13, 2018 for rising 9th-12th grade students. Due to the hands-on nature of the academy, participation is limited. Register now at edu/digitalage. If you have questions about the camp, contact Michele Day at daymi@nku.eduor 859-572-1921. Registration link:

Ball State University ’s Journalism Live! BSU summer workshop is open to middle and high school students and media advisors. The cost is $400.00 for students for the workshop, room and board (additionally fee for parking will be incurred). Dates are June 10-14, 2018. Be aware that the registration deadline is May 14, 2018. The deadline for need-based scholarships is May 1, 2018. Cost for Locate registration forms at:

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