Arizona State University Cronkite Summer Journalism Institute | Summer Programs

Arizona State University Cronkite Summer Journalism Institute

Overview

Conducted by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU's downtown campus, the Summer Journalism Institute comprises two tracks: the Broadcast Institute and the Print Journalism Institute. Both institutes seek to prepare high schoolers for college journalism studies while letting them explore future career options in a college setting. The Broadcast Institute features classes on writing, reporting, videography and editing; the opportunity to anchor, report, write, produce and direct a newscast; chances to meet and converse with broadcast professionals; and visits to local radio and television stations. The Print Journalism Institute includes classes on writing, editing, layout, design and photojournalism; discussions with professional journalists who provide advice on media careers; production of a newspaper; and visits to Phoenix media outlets.

General Info

Name Arizona State University Cronkite Summer Journalism Institute
Location Phoenix, AZ
Year-round Contacts 480-965-5251
Program Focuses & Features Writing/Journalism
Grade Range (rising grades) 10-PG
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 15-18
Application Deadline March
Director Anita F. Luera, Director
Residential Fee Free. 2 weeks.
Dates & Sessions 1 session, 2 weeks long

Contact

Anita F. Luera, Director
480-965-5251