Princeton Summer Journalism Program for High School Juniors – Feb 22
Posted by Princeton University on February 9, 2021
About the program
The Princeton Summer Journalism Program (PSJP) is a free journalism and college preparatory program for high-achieving current juniors from low-income backgrounds who are interested in journalism. Over seven weeks, students will attend virtual workshops led by professional journalists and Princeton University professors. After the summer, students work with a volunteer college adviser, a professional journalist or program alum, to complete their college applications during their senior year.
Program dates: mid-June through early August 2021
Cost: None. There is no cost to students to participate in this program.
Eligibility: To apply, students must be:
- Current high school juniors (Class of 2022)
- living in the United States permanently
- with an unweighted GPA of 3.5/4.0 (or equivalent)
- who have an interest in journalism (no experience required)
- and meet one of the financial eligibility requirements below:
- The custodial parent(s)/guardian(s)’ combined income (including child support received) must not exceed $60,000 annually
- The student must be eligible for Free/Reduced-Priced Lunch.
- The student is eligible for a SAT or ACT fee waiver.
Students facing extenuating circumstances should explain their situation on the application.
Applying: The online application is available on our website and due no later than Monday, February 22, 2021. Register for an information session online.
Questions encouraged! Email Tieisha M. Tift at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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