“I’lam” concludes the journalism course for young journalists.
I’lam media center recently concluded a special six-month vocational course for young journalists, focusing on young people who want to be involved, knowing that they are learning the subject of media in a number of educational institutions, whether locally or in the West Bank.
The course, which was funded by the US Embassy, involved 16 young men and women from different regions of the country, some of whom were already involved in journalism work during the course.
The course focused on giving young women and men skills and mechanisms in journalistic work, from editing and language to skills in covering economic, health, environmental and scientific topics.
Which also addressed contents that are related to photography, editing, and production of filmed news stories. On top of that it included tours/trips to educational institutions.
The course was coordinated by Yathreb Hasan, who confirmed that the response to the course was an indication that our young people needs to be strengthened in the field, where as educational institutions focus more on the theoretical aspect rather focusing on the practical one, which is needed by any journalist who is making his way into the media world.