Summer Journalism and Media Workshop

A student on the UM campus enjoys nice weather by studying in the grass on the oval. Photo by Todd Goodrich 

The School of Journalism and the College of the Arts and Media at the University of Montana is hosting a four-day summer experience for high school students to explore and build media and journalism skills. Students will stay on the scenic University of Montana campus, learn from faculty at the top-ten award-winning School of Journalism, make connections with media professionals and get hands-on experience in writing, reporting, photography, graphic design, social media and more. 

Who is it for?

High school journalists, photographers, filmmakers, writers and media makers of all sorts.

What is it? 

UM Summer: Journalism & Media Workshop: Four days of building skills, exploring careers and making media.

When is it? 

Sunday, July 19 - Thursday, July 23

Where is it?

Don Anderson Hall, School of Journalism, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT.

How much is it?

$400 (Includes tuition, room and board) ($300 for early-bird registrations before April 1)

A non-refundable deposit of $75 is due upon registration. The remainder of the tuition is due the week before the program starts.

Scholarships are available. (See registration form below for how to apply.) 

Questions? 

Contact Director Denise Dowling: denise.dowling@umontana.edu

Check back here for registration information!