Happy holidays from NBTB!

Dear prospective NBTB’ers,

If you’re like us, you’re happy to have a break from school so that you can enjoy the holidays with friends and family. This is also an excellent time to look ahead and talk with your family about your plans for summer 2013.

Applications are ahead of last year and we’ve already accepted a few students, so if you’re thinking about heading to Stanford this summer for some sun, fun and cutting-edge student journalism, please click on the “Apply” or “Program” tabs above to learn more.

Admission is rolling, so as soon as your application is reviewed and accepted, you’re eligible for our Early Bird residential rate of $1,995.00, a discount of $200 off our regular program fee. The commuter rate of $995 is a great value.

Summer 2013 promises to be amazing. As you know, San Francisco and Silicon Valley are home to some of the nation’s most recognizable names, news companies and cultural attractions, from Twitter and Storify and Zynga, to the San Francisco Chronicle, New America Media, Univision and public television’s KQED, to museums that tell the stories of everything from the world of Walt Disney and the treasures of Asian American culture, to the secrets of earthquake science and the fight for gay rights and marriage equality. San Francisco also is home to major-league ballparks and scenic attractions.

With so many fascinating people and places so close to campus, the last thing we want is for you to be cooped up in a classroom. So, in addition to helping you report on events at Stanford, we have field trips to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, including opportunities to report on sports, politics, technology, fashion and the arts.

We have just 60 spaces for students this year, including those who’ve already been accepted. So don’t delay — apply to NBTB and kick off your summer now!

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