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WJEA SUMMER CAMP GOES TO WSU!

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WJEA SUMMER CAMP GOES TO WSU!

Anne Hayman, President

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We’re very excited about the opportunity to experience the warm, dry side of Washington state this summer as we head to Pullman and the facilities of the Edward R. Murrow College of Communications on the WSU campus. DATES: WED., JULY 31 – SAT., AUG. 3.

There will be some exciting changes, including an enhanced Video Storytelling major session as well as a Yearbook Development major. All sessions will take place in state of the art facilities in the Murrow College, complete with studio space and labs. Choose which Major Session you want to participate in!

Housing will be in a new, air conditioned dorm and all the rooms come with linens (sheets, pillow, blanket and towel) so no need to drag along a sleeping bag, unless you want to!

For those in western Washington, we’ve enlisted a charter bus service that serves students who attend WSU,”Wheatland Express” to transport WJEA camp and workshop attendees from a meeting point on Mercer Island. The cost is $90 round trip. Specifics on times and location will be forthcoming.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the WJEA Summer Advisers Workshop and WJEA “J-CAMP” for students. Please see the 2019 Summer Camp Flyer and follow the links below to register early and take advantage of the Early Bird Rate until May 17.

ADVISERS CLICK HERE to register using a credit card.  Using a check or school purchase order? CLICK HERE for the downloadable registration form.

STUDENTS CLICK HERE to register using a credit card. Using a check or school purchase order? CLICK HERE for the downloadable registration form.

Those who need financial assistance to come to camp may apply for the Summer Workshop Grant Application  here.

Those who attended last year may continue to use the EARLY BIRD rate until July 1.

Need to see what you’re getting before you sign up? Check out this video!!!

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Anne Hayman, President

Anne Hayman, MJE has been teaching English & journalism at Arlington High School since 1999. She lives in Granite Falls with her husband and two sons....

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