New England Center for Investigative Reporting Opens Enrollment for High School Journalism Workshop

The New England Center for Investigative Reporting is accepting enrollments for its summer workshop. Students from across the world have participated in this unique program, taught by BU faculty as well as award-winning reporters.
Feb. 12, 2013 - PRLog -- The New England Center for Investigative Reporting at Boston University has announced it is now accepting enrollments for its summer investigative reporting workshop. The investigative reporting workshop is aimed at high school students interested in pursuing a major or career in journalism. There will be three two-week sessions starting on July 1st, 2013. The workshop will be led by award winning investigative reporters, as well as Boston University staff.

The workshop is now entering its fourth year, and is expanding rapidly. From a start of 20 local students, the program had 70 students last year, from many states, as well as five different countries. This year is poised to have more applicants than ever.

Staff includes Joe Bergantino, a former I-Team reporter  and lead investigator for WBZ in Boston, and Maggie Mulvihill, a former Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.

Students will learn investigative reporting techniques while creating their own pieces for potential publication. Past students have gone on to major in journalism at some of the best journalism schools in the country.

To learn more about the program including schedule, dates, and cost please go to NECIR's website:
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