New York Times Student News Editors Workshop

The New York Times Student News Editors Workshop is organized annually by the Times and the Council of Independent Colleges and allows student news editors to spend a day at the New York Times exploring the role of a newspaper in society, meeting with Times correspondents and editors, and developing their journalistic skills. On average, 50 students from about 30 institutions participate in the event each year. The Student News Editors Workshop has been held annually since 2004.

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This opportunity is available only to student editors at campuses that are members of the CIC/NYT Partnership in Education.
 

 How to Join the CIC/NYT Partnership in Education

 
Many CIC colleges and universities have joined the CIC/NYT partnership. The only obligation for a college to be considered a partner is a minimum of 100 print or digital copies and in addition, site licenses are available at a deeply discounted rate.

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If you are interested in discussing a partnership, please contact Kathleen O’Connell, Times national education director, at oconkm@nytimes.com or (203) 779-5239.
 

 Date and Location

 
The 2015 workshop will be held in New York City at the New York Times offices on Thursday, April 16, 2015.
 

 CONTACT INFORMATION

 
Questions regarding the Student News Editors Workshop should be directed to Laura Wilcox, CIC vice president for communications, at lwilcox@cic.nche.edu or (202) 466-7230.

Participants each year travel to the New York Times in New York City to meet with editors and reporters.