”School ended, but the daily routine remained: I read news every morning and seek information from several sources to find the truth”
I’ve read some graduates’ impressions about how they accidentally or not accidentally got into the School of Advanced Journalism. I am one of those people who from their first year at the university wanted to study here. Why? Because I heard lots of good things about this school, and I felt that if I got there, I’d have the possibility to be part of what they call Professionalism, Quality, Image.
When I became student, I realized that in order to graduate with a good diploma I must work, because the school’s trademark was visible in everything: renowned trainers, great possibilities, ease of access to the sources that were closed even to some journalists.
In 10 months we became a family of journalists who were trying to identify problems and solutions. We became the fourth power that our acquaintances could appeal to. We tried to explain simple things that had a major impact for some groups. We were a real editorial office that searched for answers day by day.
What I did after graduation? First, I recommended everyone to go through the School of Advanced Journalism.
School ended, but the daily routine remained: I read news every morning and seek information from several sources to find the truth.
What do I recommend to those who are reading this? If you feel that journalism is something that can make you an accomplished person, come to learn doing real journalism, fair and objective.