The Joongang Student Reporters (JSR) program is a highly-selective program for high school students who are interested in journalism. Participants have the opportunity to see their work published in The Korea Daily, the Korean-language newspaper with the highest circulation in the United States.
For more details about the program emphasis, work flow, and editorial groups, visit our manual website: JSR Instruction Website.
Student reporters are selected based on their applications, including their personal statements, sample articles, and recommendations. If you are interested in applying to be a Student Reporter, please view our Registration Information Packet
Student reporters cover events that are local, regional, national, and international in scope. They strive to create content to which their peers can relate. Student reporters are divided into groups led by senior student editors who help them manage and revise their work.
Student reporters are selected from high schools across the United States. While many are located in the Los Angeles area, students have reported from as far away as Canada, Michigan, the District of Columbia, and South Korea. To visit The Korea Daily, click here.
The JoongAng Student Reporters (JSR) Program
-It is high school and middle school journalism with an emphasis on leadership, analysis, cooperation, and citizenship.
-Students use cloud computing, a technology that is increasingly common in universities and workplaces, to collaborate.
-Students reporters mandatorily submit their articles every 3 weeks, where articles are published on newspapers and online after evaluation.
-Groups also work together on a community-oriented group project each session.
중앙일보 학생기자의 특징
-저널리스트 경험을 쌓고 에세이 실력을 향상시킵니다
-중앙일보 교육연구소 저널리즘 전문 인력이학생기자 에디터와 일반 학생기자를 관리하고 운영합니다.
-멘토(학생 에디터)와 멘티(일반기자) 시스템으로 운영, 선후배 네트워크를 만들어갑니다.
-3주에 1 편씩 의무적으로 기사문 작성, 사이클 별로 잘 쓴 기사를 선별하여 신문과 웹사이트에 게재합니다.