Monash Scholars in partnership with Monash Arts invites you to experience the most advanced Multi Media Lab in Australia and find out what it’s like to work at a real news network.
If you’ve got an interest in Journalism or ever dreamed of being on TV, this two-day workshop could be for you. Learn the basic skills of news writing and reporting and record your own interview in our television studio. At the end of day 2, a prize will be given for the best written story and best TV presentation.
This is a unique opportunity for scholars only and you should get in quick so you don't miss out.
|900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield||Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29, September||Monash Media Lab, Level 5, Building B||10am-3pm|
Lunch will be provided on both days.
|Students break into groups of 5, MML tours||10.10am|
|Session: What is journalism and why does it matter?||10.30am|
|Session: Journalism ethics||11.30am|
|Session: What is news? How do we find and research news? Interviewing, asking questions||12pm|
|Session: Writing news||1.30pm|
|Writing a story||2.30pm|
|Guest talk from NGO Filmed in studio||10am|
|Reading news bulletins in TV studio||12pm|
|Interviewing ‘guests’ in TV studio.||2pm|
|Prize for best written story and best TV presentation||2.55pm|
Am I eligible?
There are only 20 places available in this workshop. To be eligible you must be:
- a Monash Scholar student
- currently in Year 10 or 11
- be able to attend both days
- apply for a place
The first 20 eligible students that apply will be offered a place. You will be notified on Wednesday 14th September.
Apply for a place
Applications are now closed. Any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We expect to announce the successful students on Monday 12 September.