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basic skills of journalism — but their degree. She may try to obtain a job at a refifitgl’gfi 5:1 T-
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already employed at a newspaper and pant at this year’s boot camp at 17. The - . C ' 5"” I: . ' at; 3M 516%" .-
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Jod Norwood has been employed what journalism is about and see if it .. eahW\f"‘e‘t . 'l 55 3 g—erhf 'V a:
at the }Lyon County Herald-Ledger for was the right fit for him before he‘ . M W“, $?W ' , ‘
nearly two years. Much of his work at chooses it as a major in college. “a” 5 ,’ fi-éi 5;; l . 5 5.
the newspaper involves covering hard “Boot camp has given me a good firm“ i ‘ 5?; .
news type stories especially those com- sense of what journalism is like,” 3” - «. l 5 ’ .1. .5, i V
ing from attending meetings such as Curtin said. ”I’ve always knownlwrite 5 44 " . 55 ‘ ' . 5 5 lg; " . I .
fiscal court and city councils. pretty well. I wanted to see if (journal— Boot campers Jackie Kali, David Silverman, Jody Norwood and Lew Angotti listen as .1 '
Noerod said that boot camp has ism) appeals to me. It is fun and hard Anderson News Publisher Don White speaks to the class about Working at a communi- "
given him different ideas of how to work.” ty newspaper during the second week of boot camp. I,
write stories other than hard news and Curfin’s interest in 'ournalism hasn’t . . ,
opened his mind up to doing more changed while attending boot camp. She saw the ad for the bOOt. can’ip urging of‘Charles Mattox, the editor 0f
”one on one feature stories.” He isn’ t sure where he is oin t and thought. it sounded interesting. It The Fleimngsburg Gazetteand a 2002
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Peggy Fukunaga’s reasomng behind attend college for certain but at some gal; some ,,g pp . .’ P g .g 5;
. . . . ay said. I wanted to see if I still week of boot camp Hamilton was 5
attending bOOt. camp differed “9’“ point he would hke to attend Syracuse had talent and see if other people offered a job in ad sales but will also
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s 9,15 wor g on .er maste s egg wor g at a S“ wee y newspaper the thrills of writing. ”I had forgotten hopes it works into a full-time writing '5,
in liberal studies With an emphaSis in and working his way up to the tOP bUt how much fun it was to take a bunch of job because that is where his real pas- ,1
Spanish and journalism. It has been hls aspirations are to someday maybe notes and make it into an intellectual sion is. He said the job offer was in the -‘
some time Since FUk‘masa had .a jour— work for The New York Times or even and coherent story, or at least try,” she planning stages before the start of boot 5,
nalism class and she saidshe is a bit Sports Illustrated. I”That would be pret— said. camp. Hamilton said boot camp has ;
“15W on her Sklllsr espeCially things ty C0011" Curtin said. O’Day said that she would like to helped him withhis writing ”immense— .-
such as the Assoaated Press style. Ellen O’Day is ready to try some- get a job at a weekly newspaper start- 1y," and that it was definitely worth the 5,
”This has been a really good review thing different in her life. She majored ing possibly as a free-lancer doing fea_ time and money. 1
for me and great fun," she said. in journalism for one year in college tures. The three-week course was taught at
She also said that it has been good but "life got in the way.” While she One camper landed a job before the Georgetown College by Jim St. Clair,
for her to attend boot camp because she continued to write for a hobby, she had end of boot camp. Chuck Hamilton professor of journalism at Indiana ’
was nervous about her writing and a gotten away from serious writing. decided to attend boot camp on the University Southeast. It ended Aug. 1_ ‘3
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