9 - 14 years old
Want to become a reporter and have your work read by people all over the country?
In the Kid Reporter Program workshops, students are guided on an in-depth exploration of media literacy and learn how to become critical journalists. Working one-on-one with professional journalists, editors, writers, and educators, students take part in every aspect of producing the IndyKids newspaper – from topic selection, researching and writing, content production, interviewing, on-the-ground reporting, editing and finalizing their work for publication, and finally, distributing the paper to a growing, national audience of their peers. Please bring:
Location is not usually announced until about a week before the class starts but is always located in the Chelsea neigborhood in Manhattan at one of the two locations:Centre for Social Innovation
- A laptop or tablet, if you have one
- Lunch and a snack
- A pen and a notepad
- Your brilliant minds and boundless energy (very important, don't forget them)
601 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
The Asian American Writers’ Workshop
110-112 West 27 Street, Ste. 600,
New York, NY 10001An email will be sent to the student to confirm the location before the workshop starts.