We want to give you all of the details and information regarding our organization and the things that affect the journalistic world! If you are looking for updates, this is the place for you.
As TYJ enters the 2022-2023 academic year, it has increased the number of SDIRC schools enrolled in the program from eight to 12, adding Pelican, Treasure Coast, Glendale, and Sebastian elementary schools. Enrollment at all 14 schools has increased from 34 to over 100 students.
The Young Journalist Organization of Indian River County, FL is pleased to announce its third…
The Society of Professional Journalists hired Karyn Nishimura Sneath as the
Our founder, Thomas Hardy, has been the publisher of Vero Communique since
We are thrilled to announce that on December 11th, 2020 we printed and
An initiative of a Vero Beach, FL., mentors fourth and fifth graders on how to become journalists.
Sheana Firth has been elected to the Board of Directors of Vero Communiqué.
May 6, 2022…Indian River County, FL…The Young Journalist, an initiative of a Vero Beach GuideStar Platinum 501 (C) (3) non-profit, is pleased to announce the graduation of 58 fourth and fifth graders from nine Indian River County, FL elementary schools.
The Young Journalist organization is pleased to inform you that it has introduced a creative writing curriculum at two elementary schools in Indian River County, FL. The Young Journalist is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit initiative.
The Young Journalist (TYJ) Program recently received (3) grants from (3) different Charitable Organizations.