SRL’s Homegrown Fellowship

The PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Homegrown Fellowship gives students in the Washington D.C. Metro area an opportunity to make professional-quality videos while developing their journalism and video production skills and connecting with other students who are passionate about storytelling. This year, Fellows will create short video profiles of young voters whose stories exemplify their communities.

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From the Reporting Labs

  • Protecting the Mukwonago River, one of Wisconsin’s cleanest water resources

    High School of Health Sciences

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  • Teen martial arts program in Roxbury punches back at city’s low life expectancies

    Madison Park Technical Vocational High School

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  • Meet Stinking Bob, the smelly weed invading the Pacific Northwest

    Anacortes High School

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  • Native Alaskans document the effects of climate change

    Alaska Teen Media Institute

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  • Citizen Scientists help remediate damaged desert soil crusts

    Xavier College Prep

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  • Gameheads brings diversity to the gaming industry

    Youth Beat Media

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Upcoming Projects

Impact

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Impact

“I still have to pinch myself when I think of how I fell into this program. This is the most engaging educational program in the country. What else gives students a chance to research, collaborate, problem solve, create, write, speak, all for an authentic audience of the highest caliber?”

Michael Conard
Detroit, MI

I was totally bowled over. I was also, admittedly, overwhelmed a little by the challenges ahead–but only in a way that inspired me to want to meet those challenges. I really can’t say enough good things about this training and program.

Joanna Greer
Silver Spring, MD