It’s that time again! The BND Institute of Media and Culture will present its second Summer Media Camp from July 15 to July 26 at St. Andrew’s School, 229 S. Cherry Street in Richmond, Va. The camp combines journalism and digital media lessons for students in grades 8 through 12 to create and display their work via an online presence. In addition, students will build their confidence as they learn about media literacy and gain more awareness about their individual and collective communities. This program will tap into and explore students’ creativity, writing, editing and video skills. Students will work with professional media writers, editors, videographers and special guests who will lead them through various aspects of digital storytelling. The camp runs weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and is designed for middle and high school students. The cost is $120 for two weeks, and some scholarships are available for deserving students.
NBC12’s Karla Redditte captured last year’s media camp, which took place at Ephesus Academy on Midlothian Turnpike.
Applications for this year’s media camp will be posted on March 1, 2019. Meanwhile, feel free to contact Bonnie Newman Davis for further details or if you would like to be a camp volunteer or speaker!!
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 804 683-7203.