Princeton University Summer Journalism Program

 

Overview

This intensive journalism program enrolls highly capable rising seniors from low-income homes. Reporters and editors representing newspapers, magazines and television networks from around the country conduct the session's classes. Students tour New York City media outlets; cover a professional sporting event; film and produce a television segment; cover a news event in Princeton; and perform reporting, writing, editing and designing duties for the SJP newspaper. Boys and girls also sample college life and attend seminars on every aspect of the college admissions process.

General Info

Name Princeton University Summer Journalism Program
Location Princeton, NJ
Program Focuses & Features Writing/Journalism
Grade Range (rising grades) 12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 17-18
Director Richard Just, Michael Koike, Gregory Mancini & Rich Tucker, Directors
Residential Fee Free. 1½ weeks.
Year Established 2002
Dates & Sessions July-Aug; 1 session, 1½ weeks long

Contact

Richard Just, Michael Koike, Gregory Mancini & Rich Tucker, Directors