Region 3 Intensify Campus Journalism Training Program

REGIONAL INTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM HELD FOR CAMPUS JOURNALISTS PDF Print E-mail

In preparation for the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) on February 18-22, 2008 and to further hone their journalistic skills, eighty-four (84) campus journalists from the elementary and secondary levels were convened at the Regional Educational Learning Center (RELC) in Pulungbulu, Angeles City. The campus journalists are qualifiers in the 2008 individual writing contests to be held in Koronadal City, South Cotabato. They were joined by their Education Supervisors in charge of journalism both from English and Filipino and from both levels or the winning School Paper Advisers of the seventeen (17) schools divisions.

In preparation for the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) on February 18-22, 2008 and to further hone their journalistic skills, eighty-four (84) campus journalists from the elementary and secondary levels were convened at the Regional Educational Learning Center (RELC) in Pulungbulu, Angeles City. The campus journalists are qualifiers in the 2008 individual writing contests to be held in Koronadal City, South Cotabato. They were joined by their Education Supervisors in charge of journalism both from English and Filipino and from both levels or the winning School Paper Advisers of the seventeen (17) schools divisions.

The Regional Director, the chiefs of both the elementary and secondary divisions and the other supervisors gave their moral support to the students when they visited the training venue.

Indeed, the region did not leave any stone unturned to boost the students’ morale. Without counting the cost, the region provided the best resources speakers to train the students. These speakers are both from the academe and media practitioners coming form reputable newspapers such as the Philippine Star, Times Journal, Philippine Daily Inquirer and others who could enhance the students’ journalistic competencies.

Material support included the outfit to be worn by the students and pupils, consisting of T-shirts, caps and jacket. Cash incentives were likewise, promised to would-be winners in the national level. The Director promised the students that a motorcade in the city would be held in their honor should they bring home the much-coveted trophies, certificates and medals for besting the campus journalists from other regions.


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