What Is ThreeSixty Journalism?
ThreeSixty Journalism, a nonprofit program of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of St. Thomas, uses the principles of strong writing and reporting to help diverse Minnesota youth tell the stories of their lives and communities.
Students gain a voice to tell their stories, helping them feel more connected to their communities and become more driven, knowledgeable, confident, tenacious, brave, enthusiastic and passionate in life.
WHAT WE DO
ThreeSixty Journalism offers high school students both residential and non-residential summer camps as well as school-year programming at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul campus. Media professionals and other mentors provide instruction to enhance reading, writing and speech skills, as well as develop journalism skills and college readiness.
Summer camps: For summer 2015, ThreeSixty offers two journalism camp options for high school students. Both camps take place at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul campus.
ThreeSixty Magazine: The flagship publication of ThreeSixty student journalists, ThreeSixty magazine is composed of student-produced reported stories, essays, photographs and artwork. More than 10,000 copies are distributed to Minnesota high schools, public libraries and youth organizations.
Click here to read past issues of our magazine.
Student News Team: Our school-year student braintrust that is responsible for the creation and content of ThreeSixty Magazine. Led by the student Executive Editorial Board, the News Team brainstorms magazine theme and story ideas, develops leadership skills and ultimately creates the stories and content for ThreeSixty Magazine. News Team opportunities for students include reporter and contributor roles, editor positions and art contributors.
ThreeSixty Scholarship at the University of St. Thomas: Each year, graduates of ThreeSixty programming compete for the ThreeSixty Scholarship at the University of St. Thomas. One ThreeSixty alum is awarded a full-tuition, four-year scholarship at St. Thomas — currently valued at more than $34,000 per year, or more than $130,000 over four years – to study communications and journalism.
Click here to meet the scholars!
Fundraising: Our annual fundraiser is the backbone of financial support for ThreeSixty programming, with this year’s (2015) scheduled for Friday, October 23.