Meet the new roving reporters!
youthcentral roving reporter workshop, a set on Flickr.
On 27 and 28 September 2011 the latest team of roving reporters was inducted to the youthcentral hall of fame (sorry, website).
Hailing from all over Victoria they descended upon our humble offices for two days of training in the world of web journalism.
They interviewed each other. They shared their experiences as seasoned writers. They ate a lot of sandwiches, sometimes in the park. They met the Minister for Youth Affairs (who it is said was very impressed by them). They met online journalist Ben Eltham, who shared a few of the tricks in his bag of tricks with them. They quested for (and found) Creamy Soda slushies.
They had an excellent time and proved themselves well capable of taking on the severe responsibility of the title "Roving Reporter", and now they are officially unleashed and ready to create the best in reviews, interviews, articles and what have you for YOU, the humble youthcentral reader.
Have a squiz at these photos from the workshop and stay tuned to youthcentral in coming weeks to read the words of these young genii, but in the meantime you may peruse their online profiles to get to know them just that little bit better.
We're very excited to have them on board, and you should be too.
If you're interested in writing for us, check out our Guest Reporter page for details on how to get it going on.
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