Do you have experiences in Journalism: Reporters, Sports, TV, or Movies? Please share your experience!
Digital Journalism students create the Woodside Paw Print online newspaper. Students are encouraged to follow their interests in the context of producing an interesting, quality paper that acts as a voice for Woodside High School students. Digital Journalists pride themselves on the wide-ranging skills and styles of themselves and their classmates.
The Woodside Paw Print is the multimedia news source of Woodside High school and its community.
Experience the Woodside Paw Print on its website http://woodsidepawprint.com/
We would like to offer 30+ minutes of live zoom interactions to students this coming fall, our dates are flexible and we will work around your schedule!
Asking presenters to cover:
Start with an overview of your career pathway, beginning with what you were interested in high school, college, early jobs, etc. and what you do today
What key steps do you think helped make you successful? Was there an opportunity that you took? A risk? An important mentor or job?
Then talk about some of the exciting stories that you are working with or direct today. Can you give them a challenge to demonstrate this? Maybe a topic/story and a few ways to address it?
Finally, wrap up by bringing it down to their level, what 1-2 steps can they do now? join a club or team, meet with a teacher, etc.
Contact Faith Velschow for information on the classes, curriculum, and suggested presentation format.
Our mission is to provide opportunity that matches privilege. Over its half-century, Woodside High School has emerged as one of the most dynamic and diverse comprehensive high schools on the San Francisco Peninsula. We have been listed in Newsweek Magazine's list of top high schools, and offer one of the most rigorous advanced placement and college preparatory programs in the region.
Woodside High School is a fully-accredited, comprehensive four-year secondary school that has been serving the communities of the mid-Peninsula since 1958. The 34-acre campus is one of four comprehensive campuses in the Sequoia Union High School District. The District's total student population is approximately 8,000, with approximately 1,800 of those at Woodside.
Each school year is two semesters totaling 39 weeks of learning, and students follow a rotating block schedule with 95-minute classes every other day. Most students enroll in six courses each semester.
Our student-to-teacher ratio is 26:1. Forty-five percent of our 114 certificated staff have a Master's degree.
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Media & Broadcasting
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
April 16, 2021
Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
Graphic Design / Print
Copy Writing / Copy Editing
Social Media / Blogging
30+ minutes of live zoom interaction with high school students, we would like it to include both a presentation and Q&A.
Passionate about your career, good sense of humor, enjoy working with students.