Apply now for the 66th-annual CSPA Workshop

December 14, 2016
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Update: Applications for the 2017 workshop have now closed. Students interested in the 2018 workshop can apply starting in January 2018.

The California Scholastic Press Association will hold its 66th-annual high school journalism workshop on the campus of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, from July 9-21, 2017.

Tuition, which includes 13 days of instruction, all meals, an on-campus dorm room and transportation to all workshop activities, is $1,475. Need-based financial aid is available, and no money is due until acceptance to the workshop. The application deadline is April 15.

The CSPA Workshop is the longest-running and most successful high school journalism workshop in the country. Our graduates have gone on to work for the Los Angeles Times, the Orange County Register, Forbes, The Associated Press, ESPN, CBS, Fox and other nationally recognized media outlets.

Each summer, 25 students are selected to receive hands-on instruction in the areas of print, broadcast, online and photo journalism, plus classes in ethics, public records and more. They will tour the local newspaper office and television station and enjoy an afternoon at the beach.

Our students work under intense deadlines but also thrive and improve under the direction of our all-volunteer staff of instructors, and they get a taste of college life and make lifelong friends.

The application is now available at http://cspa.formstack.com/forms/cspa_workshop_application

Want to know more about the workshop? Click here for a rundown of our curriculum and some of our notable classes and instructors.

One Response to Apply now for the 66th-annual CSPA Workshop

  1. Mohi Andrabi on December 19, 2016 at 8:46 am

    Hello CSPA Members. My name is Mohi Andrabi, I attended the workshop
    last year, and relish the opportunity to return as a counselor. I’ve previously spoken with Mr. Hammond about the matter, but this seems like a more professional expression of interests. Regardless, have a wonderful day.