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Journalism summer camp at UGA

High-school students who want to gain expertise in mass media are invited to attend a week-long journalism academy at the University of Georgia.

The Georgia Journalism Academy is open to rising 10th – 12th graders and is operated by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, one of the premier journalism schools in the nation (and I’m not saying that just because it’s where I earned my degree).

Students can choose to focus in any of six interest areas, including news writing, feature writing, photojournalism or broadcasting. Classes are taught by Grady College faculty and local media professionals.

The academy is limited to 75 students. If you register by April 29, you can save $50 off the $600 tuition, which includes housing on the UGA campus and most meals.

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