|Program:||ThreeSixty Journalism Summer Camps|
|Sponsoring Institution:||UNIVERSITY OF ST THOMAS|
|Address:||2115 Summit Av., Mail 5057|
|St. Paul, MN 55105|
|Curricular area:||Communications/Language Arts|
|Grades Served:||9 , 10 , 11|
ThreeSixty Journalism Summer Camps offers high school students who are freshmen, sophomores or juniors in the 2016-17 school year unique learning opportunities in college essay writing, reporting, interviewing, photography and writing on deadline, as well as media tours and guest speakers. Plus, students will have the opportunity for published work in ThreeSixty Magazine and on ThreeSixtyJournalism.org.
Students will learn how to write, edit and report like a professional; use photos and words to tell their story; engage with media professionals; build confidence and skills for college; have their work published in ThreeSixty Magazine; and experience campus life at the University of St. Thomas. Students who complete a ThreeSixty Journalism summer program are eligible to continue in ThreeSixty school-year programming as well as compete for a full-tuition, four-year scholarship at St. Thomas.
ThreeSixty offers four camp options for summer 2018, all at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul campus between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Space is limited, and it is a competitive application process. Full scholarships are available for qualified applicants who are accepted into a camp. Option 1, Two Weeks, July 9 - 20, 2018: Advanced News Reporter Academy. Option 2, Two Weeks, June 18 - 29, 2018: Rookie Journalist Camp (One-Week College Essay Boot Camp & One-Week Intro to Journalism Camp). Option 3, Four Weeks, June 18 - 29 AND July 9 - 20: Rookie Journalist Camp & Advanced News Reporter Academy (One-Week College Essay Boot Camp, One-Week Intro to Journalism Camp, Two-Week Advanced News Reporter Academy). Option 4, Three Weeks, June 25 - 29 AND July 9 - 20; Rookie Journalist Camp (One-Week Intro to Journalism Camp) & Two-Week Advanced News Reporter Academy
Can students reside on campus? No
Can students commute to campus? Yes