Round 1 Of Journalism Class is closed!
Round 2 will be soon!
What was Journalism Class?
Youth joined Arielle Dreher, an award winning reporter, whose work has appeared in both local and national publications.
Arielle Dreher a journalist who has a passion for teaching others about her experiences and is open to teaching classes both in-person and online.
These classes included a variety of activities including writing exercises, interviewing practice, editing, publishing, and more!
Who is Arielle Dreher:
A health care reporter at the Spokesman-Review. Prior to covering health care, she reported on state government, education, criminal justice and social issues in Mississippi, New York City and abroad. Dreher is a Washington state native, who grew up in the Tri-Cities, and her journalism career started in 2013. She graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and English, then graduated from Columbia Journalism School with a master’s degree. She is a Report for America corps member, which is a program that places journalists at papers statewide, with the intention that they not only report but also serve their local communities.
How it works:
4 Wednesdays only
Online classes from 3pm to 5pm
Zoom link will be sent to you
6 youth to every class
Attendance is what feels good to you
In person classes register and RSVP
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