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True Star Journalism
True Star Journalism

38 learners earned this badge

For the learner that is interested in writing or interested in learning how to become a better writer this program is ideal. The learner has the freedom to write about whatever it is that that find relevant to the teen audience. That is one of the beauties of this program - unlike being in school, participants actually get to write about the things that interest them the most. Another big draw to the True Star Journalism Program is the possibility of being able to interview a celebrity for the magazine.

Issuer:

True Star Foundation | True Star Media
http://www.truestarfoundation.org/

Badge Type: showcase

Expected Duration: 6 weeks

Critera

  1. The acceptable evidence that the student met the criteria to earn a badge for this program is the article that the participant has completed at the end of the program/session. If the article is comprehensible, well-rounded, fair, interesting and teaches the reader something new then the learner has fulfilled their journalistic duty.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Graphic Design Summer 2014

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Editorial West Summer 2015

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Radio Broadcasting South Summer 2015

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Radio Broadcasting Southeast (FALL 2015)

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Editorial Freelance (FALL 2015)

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Radio Broadcasting TF North (FALL 2015)

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Editorial Freelance (Spring 2016)

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Editorial Parent (Spring 2016)

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Jr Editorial Park Manor (Spring 2016)

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

True Star Radio Broadcasting (Summer 2016)

TS Journalism students create the voice for True Star Magazine, choosing to cover topics that affect urban teens.

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