Archive: 2012 Young Journalists Summer Camp

This award-winning, hands-on camp gives you the opportunity to use WHYY production equipment to develop and produce news stories based on your interests, while under the tutelage of experienced media instructors. Facilitated by the staff of WHYY's Dorrance H. Hamilton Public Media Commons, the two-week intensive camp features lectures and training sessions from the renowned staff of WHYY's news department. For students finishing 9th-12th grade.


June


Molding the Audience of Tomorrow


Chinatown: A Work of Advancement, a Communal and Cultural Flavor, but Where's it all Heading?


The Fireman's Hall Museum: Old City's Hidden Gem


A Unique Bookstore Paving the Way for Generations


Homeless Food Ban


Lorenzo's Fire


Occupy Philly Takes Over Franklin Square on July 4th


Requiem


Safe Sex Education Is Helped By Community Organizations


Is it Time for Change to Change?


A Man with a Passion




August


Quakerdelphia


Homemade Goodies by Roz


Joe North Brings His Sweet Sound to Philadelphia


Organizations Help Students Engage In Classical Music


Technology Co-working Spaces Put Philly on the Map


Art in Old City


Cat Adoption


Mural Arts




Videos created by Young Journalists Alumni


Dilworth Plaza Gets a Facelift


Termini's Bakery: Sweets Smells for Generations