‘Storytelling Without Borders’ offers training to student journalists


Dallas high school students interested in journalism and storytelling are encouraged to apply to the “Storytellers Without Borders” program conducted by The Dallas Morning News and the Dallas Public Library.

Participants will learn the basics of multimedia reporting and how to use resources available at libraries, guided by professional journalists and librarians.

A committee will select 60 participants to be part of the first of three eight-week sessions starting in February and offered at the Central Library, Skyline Branch Library and a third branch yet to be determined.

Learn more about the program here and apply by Jan. 25 here.


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