Nominate yourself for News21, a nationally recognized program that allows students to create news projects at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Work with renowned editors, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters, and top-tier journalism professionals in this prestigious training ground.
Find out more at News21.com
HOW THE PROGRAM WORKS:
--Submit application to SJMC through this form. Applications due November 5!
--SJMC nominates a student for the program (you will be informed by Nov 10 if you are chosen)
--If student is accepted by News21, the student must complete a virtual training January - April
--When finished with the virtual training, the student heads to Arizona State University to work out of the digital newsroom at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication for 10 weeks over the summer to be part of the News 21 team
Nominate yourself here and then an SJMC faculty committee will review applications and will be submitted one person's nomination to News21. You will be informed of the committee's decision by November 10.
If you need to turn in any paper documents (transcript, clips, etc), please turn them into Student Services at Murphy 110.