School-Year Programming

Learning Labs start February 29. Scroll down to sign up now!

High school students: Join us for multimedia learning and exploration at St. Thomas! ThreeSixty’s year-round programming offers the chance to discover and share your voice and story, enhance your critical thinking and develop your college readiness. Whether you dream of pursuing journalism, digital media arts or strategic communication, or you’re just exploring, ThreeSixty helps prepare you for success.

ThreeSixty programming takes place on the St. Thomas campus in St. Paul (Radio Broadcast Camp takes place at Minnesota Public Radio), offering a campus-life experience. Programming is led by full-time ThreeSixty staff, program alumni and St. Thomas faculty and staff, and supported by media professionals and community partners.

Interested in joining ThreeSixty Journalism as a new student? Start with our school-year Learning Labs or summer News Reporter Academy.

Learning Labs are taught by expert journalists and communicators. A school-year entry point for new students, Learning Labs are an opportunity to learn from diverse Twin Cities communications professionals in a hands-on Learning Lab environment. You’ll hone your writing and technical skills in journalism, digital media arts and strategic communications in a hands-on learning lab environment. Scroll down to register for 2020 Learning Labs, which will be held on Saturdays, Feb. 29, March 7, and March 14 at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul campus. Priority application deadline is Jan. 31.

Are you a returning student who’s completed ThreeSixty’s News Reporter Academy? Enhance your skills with our school-year News Team sessions or explore in a Learning Lab.

ThreeSixty’s school-year News Team builds upon the multimedia skills learned in News Reporter Academy. Programming takes place on select Saturdays throughout the school year on the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul campus. 

“I continued with ThreeSixty because I love writing, and they provide more than just writing skills, or ways to be a better writer, like career opportunities, school options and mentors that help you with whatever — even just a place where you can safely talk about what is going on around the world.” – Skyler Kuczaboski, ThreeSixty alumna.

“I’m eternally grateful for ThreeSixty and all the opportunities I have received because of it.” – Maya Shelton-Davies, ThreeSixty alumna and St. Thomas ’19.