ThreeSixty Magazine, October 2014
Ask any adult about the success they’ve achieved and they’re bound to cite the importance of mentorship when they were younger. Could be a parent. Could be a teacher. Could be a coach or volunteer. If they’re lucky, it was all of the above.
True, we all need advice and guidance in our lives, but perhaps no time is more important for personal and professional development than the teenage years. It’s why in choosing a theme for this year’s Intermediate Camp, ThreeSixty Journalism chose to highlight local organizations who are doing amazing, important work with young people.
The “next generation” portion of our fall issue was produced by 12 area high school students who participated in ThreeSixty’s residential camp from June 15 to 27. Added with several personal essays from our July Intro to Journalism Camp — which featured another 15 eager students from the Twin Cities — and outstanding contributions from senior reporters-turned-ThreeSixty interns Madie Ley and Thomas Wrede (both first-year communications and journalism majors at St. Thomas), well, it’s easy to see how a productive summer can make for one of the best ThreeSixty issues yet.
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