For more than 70 years, the High School Journalism Institute at Indiana University has been preparing teachers and students for work in newspapers, yearbooks and multimedia at the high school level.
If you or your son or daughter spent part of a summer at HSJI, then you are familiar with the rich experience these workshops provide. For students, tasks include hands-on design, writing, reporting, editing and multimedia projects, including planning their fall publications. Teachers learn from experienced professionals ways to incorporate journalism training in their classrooms and with their publications students.
We often hear from alumni of the programs about how valuable the experience was for their future endeavors, from the immediate benefits for the school year after the workshops to lifelong pursuits in journalism that have their beginnings in a few weeks on the IU campus one summer.
Show your support of the program with a financial donation that will:
- Keep registration fees affordable so more students can experience campus life and immerse themselves in journalism;
- Provide enrichment opportunities at the institute, such as special projects, guest speakers and field trips; and
- Fund initiatives that assist rural and inner city schools in creating and developing student media.
Your support will help the High School Journalism Institute offer a remarkable education for future students and teachers and ensure that the program remains among the best in the nation.
Ways to Give
Send your check, payable to the IU Foundation/High School Journalism Institute to:
Indiana University Foundation
P.O. Box 2298
Bloomington, IN 47402-2298
Please add this account number to the memo field to ensure the funds are deposited to HSJI: 0320002660.
By credit card or online
To charge your gift using Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover, call the Indiana University Foundation at 1-800-558-8311, or use this direct link to a secure online site. Just fill in the information requested and click the “Proceed to Payment” button.
And thank you!