Student Peyton Spellacy (left) and Amanda Darrach, guest editor and reporter for the Columbia Journalism Review, work on a video for the debut issue of 650 West, NBTB’s interactive digital magazine, during NBTB 2019. Photo by NBTB staff.

Online or on-campus, we begin every day in the classroom from 8 a.m. to noon (California time). Students learn news writing and reporting, photography, mobile video and digital publishing, as well as design thinking, multimedia storytelling, social media reporting and student press rights. Our faculty includes the nation’s top journalism educators, who understand how students learn, and working journalists, who keep us centered on the latest news, skills and careers. Our morning strands are aimed at inspiring students to think about stories in a new way and preparing them to make them happen. From fact checking the latest political debate, to shooting video on the fly, to designing a website, our program blends what’s tried-and-true with what student journalists need to know next.

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