News on Summer 2013 program fees — no change, and early bird discount available

Hello all Newsroom by the Bay students, both continuing and prospective!

We’re happy to say that our Summer 2013 program fees will remain unchanged at $2,195 for residential students and $995 for commuter students for our eight-day/seven-night program to be held June 23 to June 30, 2013, at Stanford University. Prices are the same for our Year 1 and Year 2 programs, and include housing/dining (if residential), lunch (if commuter), plus field trip tickets, T-shirts, reporting materials and iPad rental (for everyone).

As we did last year, we’re also offering an early bird discounted rate of $1,995 for students who are admitted and send in payment by Feb. 1.

Admissions are rolling and the application is available under the “Apply” tab above.

Student Juan Ruelas shoots while Gabi Brieter gets ready to begin her fashion show at our closing Multimedia Showcase. Brieter created ripped and illustrated versions of the NBTB T-shirt, including a dress and matching tote. Photo by NBTB staff.

We can’t say enough about the creative spirit that students like Gabrielle Brieter of Westlake High School in Thousand Oaks, Calif., brought to our program last year. Thanks to Gabi, we must be the only journalism camp in the country with a ripped T-shirt fashion show.

NBTB student Emma Steiner models one of Brieter’s creations. Photo by NBTB staff.

But the best part about it all is that in addition to making friends and exploring all that the Stanford campus and San Francisco have to offer, you’ll emerge from camp with solid skills and a deep understanding of how journalism can change the world. And we believe so very much that this begins with you.

So get your journalism on, and start planning for Newsroom by the Bay!

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