Ways to Connect

Do you have questions about the Princeton Summer Journalism Program? Do you want to know what our current participants and alumni are doing? Check out the many ways to connect with our program besides email below!

Students & Families

Nominate your student!

If you think a high school junior in your life should consider the Princeton Summer Journalism Program, please nominate them to receive information and we will reach out to them directly.

*Anyone can nominate a prospective student to receive information, but students do not need to be nominated in order to apply. A nomination does not add any advantage to applicants in the application process; it is simply a bridge, a way to put a prospective applicant in contact with us. As such, a nomination is redundant if the student has already started an application. Students can opt out of receiving information at any time.

Sign up for a public information session.

Join us for one of our evening information sessions with your family, where you can hear from current PSJP participants about their experiences and ask any questions you have about the program and application process. Registration encouraged.

Share this page with others in your life.

We do not buy students' contact information, so we rely on those who believe in our mission to spread the word. If you would like more students in your high school or community to learn about PSJP, please encourage school staff and other interested students to review this page!

Follow us on social media.

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Check out student work.

Princeton Summer Journal - an online store of all the articles published in our annual newspaper

PSJP Blog - students ultimately produce far more content during the summer than we can publish in the newspaper. Check out some of the amazing stories that didn't get to print.

Publications - from the annual investigative report to the full print version of the PSJ to articles by alumni, we've got tons of news to share!

     

Educators & Staff

Nominate a prospective applicant.

Do you know a student for whom this program would be perfect, but who has not started an application? Is there a student you would like to consider the program who has been a little hesitant? If you would like for us to reach out to the students directly to encourage them to apply, please nominate them to receive information.

*Students do not need to be nominated in order to apply. Anyone can nominate a prospective student to receive information. A nomination does not add any advantage to applicants in the application process; it is simply a bridge, a way to put a prospective applicant in contact with us. Students can opt out of receiving information at any time.

Join us for a coffee hour!

We would love to connect with teachers, counselors, community organization staff, district personnel, and any other folks who work with high school students over a virtual "morning coffee" (coffee not provided) for an informal chat. We can discuss the program and what to expect, the application process, who should apply, how we can support you and your students through the application process, and any other relevant topic about the program. Register here.

Sign up for a public information session!

Join us for one of our evening information sessions with your family, where you can hear from current PSJP participants about their experiences and ask any questions you have about the program and application process. Registration encouraged.

We can come to you!

Do you have a journalism class or newspaper club that meets virtually or in person? Are there a few writers in your junior history and English classes who would love to spend seven weeks discussing current events? Are the students in your junior advisory currently looking for summer opportunities? Sometimes, the best way to get students to engage is to meet them where they are -- literally! Fill in this form to request a "school visit," a presentation for a private audience during the school day.

Join our mailing list.

Sign up to be notified annually when the PSJP application opens. If you already receive annual communications, you may use this form to update your contact information.

Share this page with others in your life.

We do not buy students' contact information, so we rely on those who believe in our mission to spread the word. If you would like more students in your high school or community to learn about PSJP, please encourage school staff and other interested students to review this page!

Follow us on social media.

Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Check out student work!

Princeton Summer Journal - an online store of all the articles published in our annual newspaper

PSJP Blog - students ultimately produce far more content during the summer than we can publish in the newspaper. Check out some of the amazing stories that didn't get to print.

Publications - from the annual investigative report to the full print version of the PSJ to articles by alumni, we've got tons of news to share!