The future is here, and science, by and large, is leading the way. Sessions in basic and advanced science writing workshops attempt to introduce the participants how to write stories in this field.
Participants in our feature writing workshops develop a keen eye on what stories will make good feature articles.
Participants in our news writing workshops begin by learning to be adept at spotting news and where to find them.
Writing with light is an area where seasoned photojournalists attempt to fuse creative arts and story-telling through pictures.
Are ‘jocks’ or radio anchors better heard than seen? In today’s TeleRadyo this may no longer be the case but one thing remains in the world of radio—that’s good quality and well-modulated voice.
Participants in our sports writing workshops need not know all the sports known to man. But a love for sports and a love for writing are a must.
While a sound argument is a must for any editorial story, our editorial writing sessions focus on the techniques on how to make a compelling case for or against a particular position.
Television is a visual medium and newsreaders get to hug the limelight more than others. Our workshop ensures that your team understands their roles and are able to execute them properly and on time.
Participants often have ‘raw’ sketching talent, but those who may want to open a new frontier or discover a new talent are most welcome.
This workshop is designed for the core group of the school publication. Consisting of the News, Sports, Feature, Editorial page writers/editors and a Design/Layout director, the team shall learn how to combine each other’s talents in order to publish a school paper.
Copyreading holds one of the keys which unlocks the secret in clear and effective writing. A well-edited copy often makes stories leap to life. Copyreading your own story is well appreciated by editors, and it often comes with a prize - their trust and confidence in you as a writer
Register In Our Next Event
14th Word Cup
May 23 - 25, 2019
Faith Village Gardens, Boracay, Malay, Aklan
Contact us at 0915.960.7268 / 0912.664.9980
Eugenio Sonny O. Calapit
We write to change the world.
Ana Marie C. Calapit
Your performance as a campus journalist is as good as the training you have invested in.