The World Youth Organization has just announced it’s first program for 2016. The Young Reporters Program will allow young aspiring journalists the opportunity to be heard on it’s platform by giving young people the experience to report on real stories, interview real people and publish their stories directly to WYO’s website.
The charity has announced the opportunity will be available to anyone living in Europe and aged between 16-25. Applicants must be able to write in English.
Kieran Goodwin, CEO at the World Youth Organization says “The Young Reporters Program will be a great platform for young people to utilize, and express their true aspiration in the field of journalism. We hope it will advance young people and enable them to gain experience to help with future employment.”
The perks of this opportunity, are that individuals who are accepted onto the program will take advantage of personal World Youth Organization email address, reporters will gain their very own profile on the website, and the ability to call out a film crew to cover special reports. Amazing, right!
It will go live on the 20th April 2016, where you’ll be able to directly apply for this opportunity.
The World Youth Organization focuses on advancing education, relieving unemployment and supporting young people through the transition of child to adulthood.
For more information, please visit www.worldyo.org/what-we-do/about-us/.
If you are a member of the press and would like to cover this, please email [email protected].