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By Sheena Robertson — 1 year ago
Do you want to learn to be a journalist, create marketing plans, or work in front of and behind the camera? Do you fear you are not educated enough? No worries!
The News School (TNS) strives to work with anyone eager to learn and willing to do the work. We offer tailored programs for everyone ages 13 to 90.
Joining our program, you will be taught to recognize newsworthy content, how to conduct an interview, and develop skills needed to become a top-notch journalist, news reporter, and multi-media influencer.
You will learn to create content in World and U.S. News, Politics, Entertainment, Sports, Science, Health, and Technology.
Journalism interns will be published online and in print. The stories you write will be published on one or more of over a dozen online newspapers and platforms.
You will earn press credentials after successfully completing the journalism portion of the program.
Contact us by email at email@example.com or call us at 872-201-7522 for more information about joining the exciting world of online media production.Post Views: 792
By admin — 2 years ago
Christine Houston is the creator of the 1980s NBC sitcom “227.” She wants to inspire and teach young children to strive to do better in life. Houston feels it is extremely difficult for children living in economically depressed communities to receive higher education.
The education they do receive is subpar by far. St. Agatha Catholic Church has started a program called The News School. This adopted program is fully based on all children, students, and interns being treated as one of the family. The News School boldly encourages students — from eighth grade to college.
According to Houston, The News School’s “process is designed to help” students and interns “excel in both reading and writing.” She further states that The News School Program gives “them access to the highest standards of formal education.”
Houston believes that everyone needs to “set a higher standard for ourselves.”
We need to own up to the obligations we have to our children.
Adding further she says that “the time has come for unconventional, yet effective methods of learning to start becoming conventional.”Post Views: 764