The Bottom Line is hosting a FREE journalism training session. The session will be covering lessons in writing, interviewing, editing, and other handy skills for socially aware news making.

This event will take place on Monday, January 21, 5pm at the MultiCultural Center Lounge.

Please join us… everyone is welcome!

*This is a Campus Progress event.


  1. Hello,

    I first want to thank you for the free training programe you launched. I hereby confirm that I am all agog to benefit from the training as well because I have a great passion for journalism.

    Looking forward to hearing from you


  2. sir, I am a graduate, 24 with a bit of journalism background.
    i cant afford a regular collage fee to learn journalism. hence i have been trying to find an institute which will train me as a journalist or atleast give me free lessons. i promise to pay the fee once i get a job.
    i shall be looking for your reply
    thanks and regards

  3. I want to receive a training from your organization in order to enhance my background in journalism.
    Thank you.

  4. I have a passion for Journalism. Kindly enrol me for a free and comprehensive training in Journalism. Thank you.

  5. I am a young Gambian who have a passion journalism so i will like for institution to give me the opportunity to achieve by dream

    i will be very glad to be train by your noble institution.

  6. I am based in South Sudan an area where media is total poor, so your training will help me improve coverage in my Country and will enable me to direct some of my friends with the skills I will obtain from the training
    thanks for looking towards better Journalism

  7. journalism is a freedom of expression and speech ,so why can the training be free for it. and m serious about it ,in todays world climate and corrupt politicians this training shud be given for every individual

  8. Very efficiently written story. It will be helpful to everyone who employess it, as well as me. Keep up the good work – i will definitely read more posts.

  9. i am yonis, and my nationality is Somalian. i am graduate of journalism and communication in UNITY university from our neighboring country ethiopia.
    i would like to get more experience after my graduation.
    i like to be journalist and collect many awards as journalist, so i would like to attain more courses and guidance toward journalism

  10. I am interested in your free online journalism training. Thanks

  11. i am a Gambian and journalism practioner, i would love to be trained as a journalist because i consider training is one of the most important pillars for acquiring best practice in journalism. the world of journalism evolves on daily basis and the only way to keep abreast is to engage on continuous career and skills improvement activities. my country there is no school of journalism and with the rise of information revolution characterized by an emerging information society, capacity building for journalists will help.

  12. Dear mester or madam it,s great blesure for me to send you this letter i am somali journalist i want free journalisim traning if bosibble becouse i want to be good journalist, so i am proud of you to resbect my request thank you

    somali journalist

    ali mohamed ali

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