This is a paid journalism training program for New York City high school students who will be entering either their junior or senior year of high school (11th and 12th grades) in the upcoming fall 2022 semester. Students graduating from high school this June are also eligible.
Meet activists from across the five boroughs, from oyster keepers in The Bronx to environmental justice advocates in Brooklyn, interviewed by student reporters enrolled in the City Limits Accountability Reporting Initiative for Youth.
A group of 20 high school students from across the five boroughs will be reporting this semester for City Limits. Meet them and sign up for their newsletter.
This is a paid journalism training program for NYC high school students and comes with a $1,000 stipend. The new deadline is Friday, Oct. 8.
The City Limits Accountability Reporting Initiative for Youth (CLARIFY) is now accepting applications for the Fall 2019 semester of our Introductory Reporting Internship.
City Limits is now taking applications for the spring semester of our youth journalism training program, open to NYC high school students.
Calling all aspiring journalists! City Limits is currently accepting applications from NYC high school students for its CLARIFY (City Limits Accountability Reporting Initiative for Youth) introductory internship program for the fall of 2018.