Training the Next Generation of Journalists

The Collaborative was co-founded and directed by the late Carole Remick, who once declared, “Regardless of color, creed, or nationality, this program will continue to serve as a platform for students from many communities so that all different cultures will be represented in the media.”

Founded in 1987, the New England High School Journalism Collaborative has introduced hundreds of high school students to the field of journalism, through workshops and programs that let students work directly with professional reporters, photographers and editors from area newspapers.

A longtime mission of the Collaborative has been to reach out to inner-city students and others in under-served communities to introduce them to careers in journalism and to help establish student newspapers in high schools throughout New England.

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What’s it like to participate in the NEHSJC Summer Workshop?

https://youtu.be/2LmH5TgCRBs
This video was created by the 2017 Class and gives you an idea of what it’s like to participate in the NEHSJC Summer Workshop for high school students studying or interested in journalism as a career.