Youth Journalism International

Youth Journalism International connects teen writers, artists and photographers with peers around the globe, teaches journalism, fosters cross-cultural understanding, and promotes and defends a free youth press.
Sep 27, 2013

YJI Insider, Fall 2013

We've had a busy few months at Youth Journalism International, with stories from many countries on issues large and small. Students have tackled the possible war in Syria, talked to South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu, weighed in on the ongoing turmoil in Egypt and so much more. Take a look at the attached newsletter to get a taste of what we've been doing.

Thank you so much for your role in making it all possible. We are grateful.

We'd love to hear what you think so please don't hesitate to write or call. Be sure, too, to spread the word about YJI and the wonderful stuff our students are churning out!

Thanks again,

Steve Collins, Board President

Jackie Majerus, Executive Director


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Sep 27, 2013

YJI Insider, Fall 2013

We've had a busy few months at Youth Journalism International, with stories from many countries on issues large and small. Our students have tackled everything from a possible U.S. attack in Syria to the musings of South African Archbishp Desmond Tutu. They've taken pictures, shot video and written about an astonishing range of things. Take a look at the attached newsletter to get a taste of what we've been doing.

Thank you so much for your role in making it all possible. We are grateful.

We'd love to hear what you think so please don't hesitate to write or call. We're always anxious for feedback. Be sure, too, to spread the word about YJI and the wonderful stuff our students are churning out!

Thanks again,

Steve Collins, Board President

Jackie Majerus, Executive Director

PS: If you keep an eye on YJI's blog at www.YJIblog.org, you'll see almost everything as it's published. You can also follow YJI at www.facebook.com/youthjournalism.


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Jun 5, 2013

YJI Insider, Spring 2013

Youth Journalism International has been, as always, extremely busy. We just completed our fourth annual international journalism contest for those 19 and under, a major undertaking that exposed us to the phenomenal range of work that young people are doing around the globe. In addition, we are working with our own students day in and day out.

Our waiting list, unfortunately, is growing far faster than our capacity to bring in new students. It is a constant frustration to us that so many worthy, wonderful youngsters don't get the chance they're looking for. One day, we hope, there will be enough staff and money to provide opportunities for more of them.

Please see the attached Spring 2013 newsletter for details. It also has links to many of the stories.

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