Coaching Tomorrow’s Journalists

News University says:

Working with teen journalists can be a challenge. How do you turn your inexperienced team into a savvy journalistic machine?

NewsU’s latest course, Coaching Tomorrow’s Journalists, will help you find the best ways to capture the attention of your rookie reporters and shape their training. Need some practice talking to teens? Take our Coach’s Challenge. In this coaching simulation, you’ll learn what to say (and what not to say) when you offer feedback.

Coaching Tomorrow’s Journalists will help you become a better youth editor by becoming a better training. You’ll get pointers from veteran youth-page editors and explore ways to build a network of colleagues in newsrooms and classrooms. Plus, you’ll have access to a library stocked with resources to use in your training sessions.

Learn more at

This course was created in partnership with the Newspaper Association of America Foundation. The NAA Foundation supports and invests in programs to enhance student achievement through newspaper readership and appreciation of the First Amendment. This includes the Newspaper In Education (NIE) program, the Youth Editorial Alliance and NAA Foundation support of student newspapers and scholastic media.

Related Books: 

How to Write Articles for Newspapers and Magazines,McNae’s Essential Law for Journalists,Investigative Journalism and Its Triumphs


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