Executive Director Chad Caruthers joined ThreeSixty in June 2014, bringing both journalism and nonprofit leadership experience to the role. He is passionate about providing opportunities for underrepresented youth to connect with their education, communities and lives. Chad earned a master’s degree in education at the University of Minnesota and completed a bachelor’s degree in journalism at the William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas. He hails from Webster Groves, Missouri.
Samantha HoangLong is the newest member of ThreeSixty Journalism’s Leadership Council. The Council serves as the program’s advisory board, contributing primarily to programming, connecting, and… Read More
Two ThreeSixty Journalism program alums, including 2022 ThreeSixty Scholar Gwynnevere Vang, are inaugural members of The New York Times Corps. Vang is joined on the Times Corps… Read More
On Tues., Nov. 15, 2022, ThreeSixty will participate in Tommie Give Day, the University of St. Thomas’ annual 24-hour online fundraiser. Donate now through Nov…. Read More
BLCK Press, an independent news organization headed by Georgia Fort, is expanding its footprint to create a newsroom of multimedia storytellers dedicated to changing the… Read More
For the fourth consecutive year, ThreeSixty Journalism, Padilla and Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota won a Minnesota Public Relations Society of America’s (PRSA) Classics Award…. Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism’s TV Broadcast Camp returns this summer at the University of St. Thomas, with another preeminent roster of media experts. The one-week (July 26-30)… Read More
Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 12, when the Star Tribune featured their stories.
Remember your first byline? That magical moment for ThreeSixty students happened Saturday, Sept. 5, when the Pioneer Press featured their stories.
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ThreeSixty Journalism’s 2020 Digital Media Arts Camp and its high school students’ projects were featured by numerous news outlets. The camp focused on racism as… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism alumna Erianna Jiles has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the $2,000 Pioneer Press/MN Newspaper & Communications Guild Diversity Scholarship. Jiles is… Read More
The 2019 Great MN Media Get-Together, ThreeSixty Journalism’s annual fundraiser, features award-winning Hmong-American writer Kao Kalia Yang and will be hosted by KSTP-TV 5 Eyewitness… Read More
On Saturday, May 25, ThreeSixty alumnae Maya Shelton-Davies and 2015 ThreeSixty Scholar Amira Warren-Yearby each accepted a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Journalism from St…. Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism’s TV Broadcast Camp returns this summer with its strongest roster of media partners in the camp’s history. The one-week, one-of-a-kind TV Broadcast Camp for diverse… Read More
For the third consecutive summer, ThreeSixty Journalism and MPR News are partnering for their one-of-a-kind Radio Broadcast Camp for advanced ThreeSixty students. Over five days and under expert instruction from journalists with Minnesota Public Radio… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism’s 2019 summer journalism camp lineup features its first-ever Digital Audio Storytelling Camp. The camp is one of six weeks of ThreeSixty summer journalism camps this year. Digital Audio Storytelling… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism recently welcomed Theresa Malloy to its leadership team as program manager. Malloy is a St. Thomas graduate (COJO ’13) who has volunteered with… Read More
Findings will inform March conference for media professionals and educators Editor’s Note: Following is a press release from Minnesota Public Radio regarding the Truth and… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism has selected ThreeSixty student Zekriah Chaudhry as the 2018 ThreeSixty Scholar. Chaudhry receives a full-tuition, four-year scholarship to study Communication and Journalism at… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism’s TV broadcast camp is back this summer with more media partners than ever. For the second year in a row, ThreeSixty is collaborating… Read More
April 2018 was an exciting month for ThreeSixty, its students and its alumni. Congratulations to 2014 ThreeSixty Scholar Deborah Honore and 2013 ThreeSixty Scholar Simeon… Read More
A Super Bowl in Minneapolis wouldn’t be a Super Bowl in Minneapolis without sound reporting from ThreeSixty students. Starting in September, a trifecta of ThreeSixty… Read More
ThreeSixty young alumnae and current St. Thomas students Deborah Honore and Maya Shelton-Davies were guest journalists at the Steger Wilderness Center in Ely this summer…. Read More
Readers of the Pioneer Press and Star Tribune came across a special treat in their Sept. 2, 2017 editions: stories written by ThreeSixty summer camp… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism and Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) are partnering this summer for a first-ever radio broadcast summer camp for advanced ThreeSixty students. Over five days… Read More
This summer, ThreeSixty Journalism will offer advanced ThreeSixty students a video broadcast camp in collaboration with the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism has selected Samantha HoangLong, a Burnsville High School senior, as the 2017 ThreeSixty Scholar. HoangLong receives a full-tuition, four-year scholarship to study Communication… Read More
ThreeSixty Journalism student Danielle Wong has been selected as the 2016 ThreeSixty Scholar. Wong will receive a full-tuition, four-year scholarship to study Communication and Journalism… Read More
Award-winning KSTP-TV Anchor/Reporter Brandi Powell will host ThreeSixty’s annual fundraiser on Friday, October 28, 2016 in Woulfe Alumni Hall on the University of St. Thomas… Read More
Veteran journalist and communications expert Chris Havens was recently elected to the ThreeSixty Board of Advisors. “I’m thrilled to be working with ThreeSixty Journalism and… Read More