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FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

> Summer 2016 Investigative Reporting Workshop

Learn how to uncover, report and write impactful investigative reports at the country’s only in-depth Investigative Reporting Workshop for high school students, located at the New England Center for Investigative Reporting at Boston University.

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> Summer 2016 NECIR @ Boston College Workshop

The New England Center for Investigative Reporting is partnering with BC to bring its summer journalism workshop to the Heights. We invite high school writers and budding journalists to join us in Chestnut Hill for a two-week intensive journalism workshop with a focus on childhood hunger. The specific investigative topic will be: why children are still going to bed hungry in Massachusetts.

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“I will never forget the last two weeks, and am incredible grateful that I was able to meet and learn from everyone at NECIR.”

—Angeli Rodriguez, Florida

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FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS, GRADS AND PROFESSIONALS

> Earn your Investigative Journalism Certificate 

Learn valuable investigative reporting skills during this week-long Investigative Journalism Certificate Program, at the New England Center for Investigative Reporting at Boston University.

The program provides participants with the chance to learn in-depth investigative reporting skills by working side-by-side with experienced, award-winning investigative reporters. Our program is designed for individuals looking to expand their current skill set, enhance their resume, and learn about this important aspect of journalism. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be awarded a certificate from the New England Center for Investigative Reporting.

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WHY INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM?

“There’s a lot of hand-wringing going on about the death of journalism and particularly the death of investigative journalism. What I see is that there is more need than ever to have experienced information processors – people who can look through this mass of data.” 

—Heather Brooke, journalist and freedom of information campaigner

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