Professional volunteer coach Mark Vancleave mentors ThreeSixty Journalism students in photographing their story subjects after conducting an interview on the St. Paul campus on July 16, 2018.

Apply for Summer!

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Share your voice. Share your story. Develop your critical thinking skills and college readiness! The application for Boot Camp is open. Other camps are full.

  • College Essay Boot Camp (one-week camp June 13 – 17) with Girls Inc. Eureka!
  • FULL! News Reporter Academy (two-weeks June 21 – 24, June 27 – July 1)
  • FULL! Radio Broadcast Camp (four-day hybrid camp June 27 – 30)
  • FULL! Emerging Media Camp (Two one-week sessions. Topics to be announced soon! July 11 – 15 and July 18 – 22)
  • FULL! TV Broadcast Camp (one-week July 25-29), with Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota and Padilla

ThreeSixty Journalism summer camps will be in-person on the St. Thomas campus, and will adhere to any remaining guidelines in accordance with Minnesota Department of Health and the University of St. ThomasRadio Broadcast Camp is the only hybrid camp, allowing students to attend virtually or in-person at the University of St. Thomas.

Sign-up below. The summer camp application deadline is March 31, and you will be notified of your summer status no later than April 30, 2022. Acceptance to ThreeSixty News Reporter Academy, Radio Camp, TV Broadcast Camp and Emerging Media Camp is a competitive process. All camps have limited space, including College Essay Boot Camp. Full scholarships for all camps are available for free or reduced lunch eligible students. For all other students, College Essay Boot cost is $500 and News Reporter Academy is $950. Please note that students who fully and successfully complete TV Broadcast camp or Radio Broadcast Camp are eligible for $590 equity stipends. To learn more about summer journalism camps, visit this page. Please let us know if you have transportation or other barriers you’re concerned about. Questions? Email ThreeSixty Program Manager Dymanh Chhoun

All students who complete a ThreeSixty Journalism summer camp beyond a one-week summer College Essay Boot Camp are eligible to compete for the ThreeSixty Scholarship as high school seniors. The ThreeSixty Scholarship is a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to study Emerging Media at the University of St. Thomas.

Before you begin your application below, scroll through the form to make sure you have what you need to complete the application in one sitting. There is no save and continue later option. Application deadline is March 31.