Humprey Fellows will present on “Educational Policy and Community Development.”
Humphrey Fellows are mid-career professionals from around the world who are chosen for their leadership potential and commitment to public service. They work in diverse fields including education, resource conservation, urban planning, public health and more. Come learn from these amazing international leaders.
Over the course of five days, NPR Story Lab senior producer Michael May will guide participants through reporting, editing and mixing an audio feature. The workshop will cover interviewing and gathering sound, writing and editing a script, and cutting and mixing audio. We will also discuss what makes a podcast successful, and participants will create a blueprint for planning, producing and marketing their own podcast.
This three-day audio workshop is for people who tell stories in a different medium – photographers, filmmakers, writers — and anyone else who wants to add audio tools to their storytelling toolkit. You’ll get hands-on training with digital audio recorders, practice capturing quality sound in the field, and learn how to edit what you gather. We’ll also talk about writing for the ear and the idiosyncrasies of unfurling a narrative in audio – whether it’s a longform narrative or a minute-long news piece. By the end of the workshop, you will have produced an audio story that showcases your new skills and developed the confidence to add audio elements to your reporting.
Compelling, concise writing is an art. In this three-day workshop, you’ll learn the fundamentals applicable to all forms of good, solid writing. From social media and websites to nonprofit and business communication, instructor Jule Banville will guide you through the basics of journalistic writing via example, discussion and practice. With 10 years of experience teaching writing at the University of Montana’s School of Journalism and 20 years working as an editor, Jule will teach you how to write clean, concise, engaging content across multiple applications. Customized instruction throughout ensures you’ll leave with relevant skills for your work.
Journalists and media makers publish in the field with smartphones every day. Learn how to engage your audience and expand your mobile and social storytelling toolkit with media strategist and digital journalist Val Hoeppner. You’ll spend the first half of this workshop learning about apps and equipment that will help you be more efficient in creating and transmitting video, audio, photos and social media. The second half of the workshop will teach best practices for engaging your audience on social media. We’ll explore livestreaming video on social media, examine how to create engaging Instagram, Facebook and Twitter posts and stories, and discuss other useful apps like Canva, Enlight Videoleap Video Editor, VideoShop, Chart Maker Pro and Filmr.
Spend a day running great class III+ whitewater while enjoying spectacular scenery. Equipment, transportation, guides and lunches will be provided.
There are trips on July 24, July 31, and August 13, 24 and 25. Register four days before the trip. Meet at the Outdoor Program at 8 a.m. and return at around 5 p.m. Spots are limited, so sign up early!