German Embassy Young Journalists Program
The German Embassy regularly organizes German-American workshops for young journalists in Washington, D.C. and Berlin.
Young journalists from leading journalism schools have the opportunity to discover and discuss the United States' and Germany's common interests, endeavors, and challenges in politics and as societies and how these relate to journalistic work. The workshops also provide a framework to build personal networks.
The 2012 workshops took place in Washington, D.C. in the spring and in Germany in the fall.
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