High school students: You can be a Tribe Reporter for a Day!
If you are a high school student in grades 9-12 interested in a career in sports writing, reporting, broadcasting or journalism, you will not want to miss this opportunity!
The Tribe Reporter for a Day experience includes the opportunity to observe Manager Terry Francona’s daily media briefing, interview Cleveland Indians team players and/or coaches in a press conference (subject to availability), listen to career background and advice from Indians Beat Writer, Paul Hoynes and receive two (2) tickets to see the Tribe take on the Minnesota Twins at 7:05 p.m. that evening.
For a chance to be selected as one of the 25 Tribe Reporters for a Day, send The Plain Dealer an essay that addresses the following two questions:
1. Why do you want to be a sports writer, reporter, broadcaster or journalist?
2. If selected, how will the opportunity of being a Tribe Reporter for a Day help and/or support your career ambitions?
Entries must be typed in a Word document, double-spaced, 12-pt., Times New Roman font in black ink and limited to 500 words. Be sure to check for spelling and grammatical errors before submitting. Please also include your name, school, grade, phone number and home address on your entry. Failure to meet all contest entry requirements will disqualify an entry from being considered.
Twenty-five (25) winners will be selected and will be notified by mail around April 29.
Winners must be available to attend the afternoon event at Progressive Field beginning at 3PM on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Winners are responsible for their own transportation to and from Progressive Field.
Please call 1.800.NIE.NEWS with questions.
You may email your essay by attaching your Word document to email@example.com subject line, “Tribe Reporter” or mail your essay to:
Northeast Ohio Media Group’s NIE “Tribe Reporter for a Day” Contest
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