The Washington Post’s Student Journalist Program will end its official programming as of May 2017. For nearly 20 years, SJP (formerly known as the Young Journalists Development Program) has offered valuable mentorship and training opportunities for high school students in the Washington D.C. area. We are proud of all that this program has done to inspire the next generation of journalists in our community.The Washington Post remains committed to educating students about journalism, and will partner with local journalism organizations in this effort. For any questions, please contact the Public Relations team here.
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