A student holds recording equipment at CHS Field during ThreeSixty's 2018 Radio Camp

Summer Programs

High school students: Apply for summer programs today! We still have spots in News Reporter Academy Camps. Scroll down for the summer 2021 application.  (Learn more about school-year programming.)

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.

Programming is led by full-time ThreeSixty staff, program alumni and St. Thomas faculty and staff, and supported by media professionals and community partners.

Summer Journalism Camps

Students begin their ThreeSixty journey with a College Essay Boot Camp or News Reporter Academy. Once you complete News Reporter Academy, you’re eligible for ThreeSixty’s school-year program options, advanced summer camps and the ThreeSixty Scholarshipa full-tuition, four-year scholarship to study Emerging Media at St. Thomas.

2021 Summer Lineup

COVID-19 information: ThreeSixty’s College Essay Boot Camp and Radio Camps will be virtual. Our camps in July – News Reporter Academy and TV Camp – will be in-person. The Academy will be hybrid flexible. All on-campus programs will adhere to guidelines in accordance with Minnesota Department of Health and the University of St. Thomas.

Questions? Email us to learn more!

College Essay Boot Camp

College Essay Boot Camp is a one-week college/personal essay workshop, where students find their voices to create — start-to-finish — a polished, adaptable college essay for submission. Select student essays are published in the print and digital versions of ThreeSixty Magazine! This summer we are offering one virtual session of camp.

News Reporter Academy

Over one week, you’ll learn about the different opportunities in media and communication, engage in related activities, hear from experienced journalists and communicators, and write a reported story that will be published in ThreeSixty Magazine!

Advanced Multimedia Camps

TV Broadcast Camp gives students a lens into the life of a television reporter. In a week’s time, students produce a professional TV package ready for air with a team of professional mentors from a local station or media partner.  This advanced camp is produced in partnership with Center for Prevention at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota.

Radio Broadcast Camp takes students into the fast-paced world of a radio reporter. With the help of a reporting team, students create an audio story ready for the airwaves over the course of the week. This advanced camp is a partnership with MPR News and KRSM Radio.

Questions?

Email ThreeSixty Program Manager Dymanh Chhoun.

Will Lumpkins (left), manager of Northside Greenway Now, meets with ThreeSixty student Jessy Saybe to discuss the proposed bike and pedestrian path in North Minneapolis.


What’s Being Said About ThreeSixty . . .

“ThreeSixty is the highlight of my high school career so far. I’ve learned so much about paying attention to the world around me and proper communication, and I know I’ll be learning even more next year!” – Mina Yuan, ThreeSixty summer camp graduate and News Team journalist

“I love to watch young journalists learn about our craft. I’m proud to have the opportunity to share it.” – Jocelina Joiner, Manager, News and Content at LAKANA and a volunteer at ThreeSixty.


APPLY HERE!