Lagniappe

This is a clearing house page for opportunities from third parties and includes special programs for students, opportunities for school partnerships, and other lagniappe. To get something posted to this list please contact [email protected]

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LOOKING FOR STUDENTS

If you are interested in attending one of America’s United States Service Academies: please come to Service Academy Day Saturday, September 30, 2017 9:00 A.M. — 12:00 P.M. Registration begins at 8:30 A.M.

University of New Orleans University Center—Sen. Theodore “Ted” M. Hickey Ballroom 2000 Lakeshore Dr. New Orleans, LA  70148

Please RSVP to one of the following:

[email protected] (Bill Cassidy) [email protected] (John Kennedy) [email protected] (Cedric Richmond) [email protected] (Steve Scalise)

Please call (225) 929-7711 for more information

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LOOKING FOR STUDENTS

The New Orleans Junior Journalism Program helps prepare and inspire local youth for careers in print, photography, online and broadcast media by providing real-world experience covering and producing local news and live events while creating original content, under the editorial guidance of professional mentors. There will be publishing opportunities with participating media and event partners.

Beginning in September, JRNOLA in partnership with the New Orleans Recreation Department at the Lyons Center in uptown New Orleans will be taking on new students for the fall semester.

Each weekday evening (5pm-830pm) the Center will provide access to technology, mentoring, interview opportunities, special event credentials, lectures, and all publishing activities.

To learn more and apply go to www.jrnola.org. Email [email protected] to set up a presentation for students or for more information

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LOOKING FOR STUDENTS

Walmart Media Relations is in the process of their back-to-school efforts, and is working to identify young people who are giving back to their communities.

They’re looking for students that have made a real difference, signifying them as “Everyday Heroes.” For example, in another city, there was an elementary school student that held a lemonade stand to help buy school supplies for other students. Once a student is identified, Wal Mart will surprise him/her with school gear for the school year in front of local media.

For more information email [email protected]

 

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