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Journalistic succession sought for the Laboratory of young journalists in the environment

Young Quebecers from high school are invited to submit their application by May 3 to be part of the Laboratory for Young Environmental Journalists. They will receive professional support.

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Press release - The Monique-Fitz-Back Foundation and Unpointfive are joining forces to create a new youth opportunity: the Laboratory for Young Environmental Journalists.

It is through the mobilization campaign on climate change Get out of your bubble that high school students from all over Quebec will be able to benefit from professional journalism training and supervision. The latter will therefore become, over the course of a year, young environmental journalists, and will thus be able to create content by and for young people.

The Monique-Fitz-Back Foundation amplifies the voice of young people by adding this new focus to its Sors de ta bubble campaign. Unpointfive will, for its part, offer professional mentoring thanks to its team of journalists who are experts in the production of accessible and attractive content on climate action.

Young people who want to produce journalistic content on inspiring initiatives to fight and adapt to climate change will therefore be equipped to do so. These contents will be published on Unpointcinq.ca and relayed on sorsdetabulle.com.

All information about the Laboratory for young environmental journalists are available on the Sors de ta bubble website.

High school students can apply until May 3, 2021 at the following address: https://sorsdetabulle.com/ljje/.

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