SAVANNAH, GA - Savannah State University’s College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Department of Journalism and Mass Communications will offer a free one-week virtual summer camp for middle and high school students interested in working in mass communications to study with industry professionals.
The Tiger’s Roar Summer Journalism Institute is an opportunity for those interested in pursuing careers in journalism, photography, videography, broadcasting, or public relations, and those who want to learn more about media and media production.
The hands-on program will take place from June 18 to June 25. Students ages 14-17 are invited to apply online. The deadline to register is Friday, May 21.
Students will learn basics in multimedia production and news writing. They will produce articles and multimedia content that will be published on social media and TigersRoar.com, the university’s independent student newspaper.
The Tiger’s Roar Summer Journalism Institute is sponsored by the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications whose mission is to develop students in an environment that fosters an understanding of African American and other diverse cultures in the world, prepared to integrate multiple skill sets suitable for further academic advancement or for local, national, and global professional employment in an ever-changing media landscape.