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**Applications are no longer being accepted. The School of Communication hosts this digital media workshop every summer so be sure to check back in early 2015 for information for next summer’s event.

The High School Digital Storytelling Workshop is a five-day, hands-on workshop hosted by the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago. Students will use state-of-the-art equipment in Loyola’s convergence studio and receive hand-on training producing digital media including web content and videos. Increase your digital media and journalism skills all while having a blast in Chicago!

The city of Chicago will serve as the backdrop for students to create digital media, live videos, and web content. Taught by School of Communication expert instructors and mentored by Loyola undergraduates, students will leave the week with an exposure to emerging technology, university life and digital media skills. The five-day workshop is FREE to attend and includes accommodation and meals in our Water Tower Campus living space, the chance to use state-of-the-art equipment in Loyola’s own Convergence Studio and admission to local Chicago events. Come learn, work and live with the School of Communication this summer!

Please send completed applications to hsdigital@luc.edu.

8 thoughts on “

  1. Is there a photography element to the program? My focus is on photo journalism. Would this program be appropriate for me?

  2. I am a current junior high school student and I am EXTREMELY interested in doing the journalism program for loyola university of Chicago, but is to late?!

  3. Can freshman apply as well? Or is this summer program just open to sophomores and juniors? Also, is it to late to apply now?

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