Wednesday, March 22, 2006

High school journalism contest

Students: Win $1,000 for your stories

The Report It Now High School Journalism Contest invites school students to submit stories written for school newspapers - or created for broadcast on school television or radio stations. Stories should be well-researched and about an issue important to the contestant, school or community.

Maximum award: $1,000. Eligibility: High school students in the United States. Deadline: March 31, 2006. Celebrity judges will be Dan Rather of CBS News and Ann Curry of the Today Show and NBC Dateline. More info: http://www.participate.net/cta/37/33


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12 comments:

Hasan Mubarak said...

I wish I still were in High School...

Deb S. said...

Hasan: Me, too!

Alina said...

This looks like a pretty good initiative! I would like to see one similar event for the Romanian students!

Deb S. said...

Alina: Perhaps Romanian students could participate in this initiative, collaborating with American students.

Anonymous said...

Am I elegible ;-)

Deb S. said...

Anonymous: I think you're a little too young. Maybe next year. ;-)

Dr. Deborah Serani said...

This is great. A wonderful way to spark young minds!

RaY-ZoR said...

Very nice! It gives kids the opportunity to improve their creative writing skills. Also, those kids who are naturally talented will emerge above the rest.

Deb S. said...

Dr. Deb and Ray-zor: I am always excited when I see programs that spark young minds and encourage creativity in our kids.

Anonymous said...

Miss this.

Alina said...

Hey DCS! I hope you are just busier than usual! Keep in touch!

Deb S. said...

Alina: Thanks for caring. Admittedly, my blogging did grind to a halt recently, but my love for my readers remains as strong as ever.

Hopefully, I will return back to blogging on a regular basis within the next week or so. And, yes, I'll do a better job of staying in touch!

Thanks for dropping by. It's always good to hear from you. I hope all is well in your world.