WARREN - The Tribune Chronicle Page One journalism workshops will begin a new session at 6 p.m. Thursday.
High school students in grades 9 to 12 interested in journalism, photography or simply improving their writing skills should attend the first meeting to be held at the newspaper's office, 240 Franklin St. S.E.
In the workshops, students will develop writing, interviewing, researching and other skills.
Workshops will be held the first and third Thursdays of each month. The workshops' goal is to give teens the opportunity to be published in Page One, a section front that runs each week in the Tribune.
As the students progress, they may receive an invitation to join the Page One staff, which edits and plans the page. Some teens use their training to improve their school's student newspaper.
Parents are invited to the first meeting, which will last about one hour. The cost of joining is $25.
Page One has been nationally recognized as one of the premier teen sections in the United States. Page One and the workshops together form the No. 1 teen journalism program in the United States, according to the Newspaper Association of America Foundation.
Many past Page One staffers have obtained admissions into prestigious universities, college scholarships and internships.
For more information, email email@example.com or call Michelle Robbins at 330-841-1738.