For prospective YJI students
We are thrilled you are interested in joining Youth Journalism International. Please fill in this form as a first step.
Please note that if you are older than 22 or younger than 12, we cannot accept you.
The information we ask here will be used only internally at YJI. We do not allow outsiders access to our data. Please answer as much as you can because it will help us get to know you.
Once you have filled in the form, you will get an email telling you what to do next. It is not automatic response so it may take as long as a week or two before you hear from us. If you don't hear from us after a couple of weeks, we goofed and you should try again.
What is your first name?
What is your last name?
What is your email address?
What country do you live in now?
What country are you from?
What state or province do you live in now?
What town or city do you live in now?
What year were you born?
2009 or later
What month were you born?
What day were you born? (Sorry for the duplication, but this helps us sort responses!)
Do you speak and write English well?
What is your primary language?
What is your mailing address?
What is your phone number?
Are you on Facebook? (Go like Youth Journalism International's page!)
Are you on Instagram? (Go follow Youth Journalism International!)
Are you on Twitter? (Go follow Youth Journalism International!)
Do you have a camera? (A cell phone that can take pictures counts.)
Can you draw cartoons or illustrations?
How did you hear about YJI? (Please be specific.)
Sometime soon you will get an email from YJI telling you what you need to do next. Please be aware that we are a tiny, all-volunteer charity. We do the best we can to respond quickly and work closely with our students. But sometimes, it can take awhile. Be patient. But also don't let us forget you! We know those two edicts can be confusing. Use common sense and be kind. It'll be fine.
I have no idea what you're talking about.
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