Welcome to PSJP
The Princeton Summer Journalism Program (PSJP) is one of the only programs of its kind offering a free residential journalism and college prep institute for high achieving high school juniors from low-income backgrounds. Over ten days every summer, up to 40 students from across the country explore current events and world affairs through workshops and lectures led by Princeton professors, professional journalists, and alumni on campus. The summer program culminates in the publication of the Princeton Summer Journal, the student-produced newspaper. During their senior year, students are matched with a personal college adviser, who will work with them on their college admissions process. Since our founding in 2002, PSJP has graduated more than 400 students who have gone on to attend some of the best colleges and universities and produce content for the most respected publications in the nation. Another 40 will join them this spring, as they complete their senior year and the college admission process!
- PSJP Press Conference Reveals Outsider’s Perspective
- Stami Williams Reveals How Her Personal Experiences Have Fueled Her Stances In Politics
- “Fatherhood”: A Film Review
- From the Stage to the Sofa: How the Drag Scene adapted to COVID-19
- Hart’s Fatherhood Falls Flat
- The Crushing Fear of Injuries
- Online Activism: Friend or Foe?
- Rise of Online Infographic Activism
- More Than a Hashtag: Generation Z and The Impact of Internet Activism
- Is Online Activism Just Another Trend?
The Princeton Summer Journal
- Heightened Security Doesn’t Increase Students’ Feelings of Safety, PSJ Survey Finds
- Survey Finds Few Schools Adapt To BLM
- Self-Styled ‘Outsider’ Seeks To Shake Up Congressional Race
- Year After Floyd, Police Reform Advocates Seek Shared Ground
- DREAMers Band Together To Build Awareness, Find Allies
- Students Aim To ‘Rewrite The Narrative’ About DREAMers
- As Teens Flock To Online Activism, New Challenges For Mental Health
- Teens Adapt To Rise In Online Activism
- Year After Floyd Death, Police Reform Remains Elusive Goal For Both Sides
- Floyd’s Death Spurs New Era Of Instagram Activism