Hey kids! Have you ever wanted to see your name in the newspaper? Do you like to write, talk to people and investigate? Now is your chance to make your big break!
The Palisadian-Post is looking for kids in grades 1-12 who live or attend school in Pacific Palisades to join our Junior Reporter program. Junior Reporters will have the opportunity to cover events at their schools and in the community by conducting interviews and writing articles for the Post’s online and print editions.
Junior Reporters get to have a lot of fun and work closely with other reporters at the Post! To apply, visit our office at 881 Alma Real, Suite 213 or email Jacqueline@palipost.com for more information. Applications are due by September 15.
Here’s what some of the 2013-2014 Junior Reporters are saying about the experience:
“Being a junior reporter was really fun. I learned how to interview people, and I really enjoyed writing a movie review.” –Sophie Herron, 7
“It’s been great to be a junior reporter. I’ve tried new things and met new people who live in the Palisades. It was really a good way to enhance my writing skills. I’m really grateful to have been able to be a junior reporter and can’t wait to do it again!” –Morgan Singer, 13
“It was thrilling to be a junior reporter. I got to write about new things. It’s so exciting that I got to interview important people from the Palisades and I can’t wait to have this opportunity again!” –Drew Singer, 10
“I like being a junior reporter because I can interview and write about anyone I want. I especially liked interviewing my teacher about amazing plays that he writes.” –Claudia Goore, 10
“Being a junior reporter gives me a voice. I get a break from being just a kid and I am a reporter. Nothing is more satisfying than seeing my articles in the paper.” –Madeline Goore, 13
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