A special project

For ambitious young journalists or social media influencers who care about global peace

YOUNG JOURNALISTS’ CLUB (YJC)

We created this project to give students first-hand, real world experience in journalism and social media marketing for a good cause. We believe that every member of the YJC plays a valuable role in promoting the many inspiring messages of the Nobel Peace Laureates, ultimately making our word a better place for all.

 

CREDENTIALS

 

To apply for the YJC Program, students should have an educational or professional background in one of the following areas of expertise: journalism, press services, social media.
Among must-have credentials are strong English language skills (spoken and written), proven professional experience; any additional language is an advantage.
Participating youth take part in communication activities of the Permanent Secretariat on a volunteer basis and can be provided with a certificate and a reference at the conclusion of the program.

 

TASKS

Writing articles and text materials about peace-making;
creating content for social media;
translating texts into other languages;
Being engaged in the work of the press office throughout the year;

Stories which rise to the top will be published on the website and Facebook page of the Permanent Secretariat. 

BEST YOUNG JOURNALIST

The best performing Young Journalist will be awarded with a trip to the next Summit, including travel expenses and accommodation, a Press Pass at the event, and a one-to-one ten min interview with a Laureate or Nobel-Prize Awarded Organization. 

Other top-performing students will be granted membership credentials for the YJC at the Summit, with a Press Pass, and will have a group interview for fifteen minutes with a Nobel Peace Laureate or Organization.

SIGN UP TO THE YOUNG JOURNALISTS’ CLUB (YJC)

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