• Multimedia Communications: Print Journalism

    Students will learn to locate and utilize appropriate information sources, practice and perfect interviewing skills, review current news industry trends, import and edit text, and create both print and web-based pages using the four basic elements of a story. Students will contribute news, entertainment and sports stories for both print and web versions of the Southwinds student newspaper. Students will gain valuable leadership and employment skills and receive opportunities for scholarships and community involvement by participating in SkillsUSA, a national and state career and technical student organization.
    Expect to learn:
    • Conduct interviews
    • Compose articles
    • Write for the Southwinds student newspaper
    Other Features:
    • Internship opportunities available
    Career information for this industry:
    • Salary range: $21,390 - $81,580
    • Education range: Bachelor's Degree
    Statistics according to Bureau of Labor Statistics for Reporters, Correspondents, and Broadcast News Analysts/Reporters and Correspondents, Retrieved: 11/5/15

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