The School of Journalism at the University of Montana hosts a number of events in support of its mission to serve students, professionals, and the public.
For high school students, we host a High School Day, full of workshops and field trips, each spring.
Annual lectures include a fall presentation by the Distinguished T. Anthony Pollner Professor and the Dean Stone Lecture, which precedes our annual scholarship and awards banquet.
For students and professionals in the field, we hold an annual Job & Internship Fair in March.
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Each spring, high school students from around the region come to the School of Journalism for workshops and recognition. The school's faculty present workshops on a variety of pertinent topics, ranging from photo editing to news writing and broadcast practices.
Who: High school journalists, yearbook staffs and media makers of all kinds (and their teachers!) from across the region.
What: A day of hands-on workshops with UM School of Journalism professors on spotting misinformation, writing, reporting, digital storytelling (video and podcasting), photography, design, social media and more! Head to the Food Zoo for lunch, get a feel for campus and learn from the faculty of a top-ranked Journalism program. Teachers and advisers can join a special luncheon with workshop time just for them.
When: Thursday, April 21,2022
Where: University of Montana School of Journalism, Missoula, Montana
Stay tuned for the full schedule and more information.
To RSVP your group for the event, please email email@example.com with the following information:
- High School Name Adviser/Teacher/Parent Name and Email
- Number of students participating.
- We would like to know if you all plan to attend the same workshops together, or if your students will be attending workshops individually.
- Address where we can send goodies for you to hand out to your students.