Project chapters—high schools we work with—receive a website for their journalism program, the continuous support of our team, and opportunities to collaborate. All free of charge.
A better experience: The best in its class, our website accommodates all types of content and features a stunning, award-winning design. Easy, one-click functionality. More →
100% supported by our team: The National team provides end-to-end support and services, with training, assistance, copy-editing, graphics, and other services—as needed. More →
Nationwide collaboration: While each school is an autonomous chapter, the Project means more. Chapters can take part in shows, discussions, and conferences we host for our network. More →Pictured: "EHS Press", by Exeter High School, a public school in Exeter, NH.
We rely on donations, not fees. Thanks to our benefactors, we can offer our services—from running a chapter website, to maintaining it with staff assistance—free of charge to all our chapter schools.
Access for all is our core value. PBJ chapters are of all types, among them: public and private; urban, rural, or in between; charter and more. The thousands of students we impact come from all backgrounds.
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