About the Reporting Labs
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs are classrooms, after-school programs and clubs around the country producing original, inspiring reports about how national and global issues affect local communities.
Find out more about the Student Reporting Labs alumni interning at local PBS stations around the country.
Justin Frevert, a parkour artist, explains how the sport has helped him overcome obstacles and embrace life’s challenges.
Earlier this year, the PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs program challenged students to participate in the American Graduate Road to Graduation competition by profiling teens who have overcome unique obstacles on their paths to success.
No more than two days after an incredible and intensive week in Washington, D.C. with Student Reporting Labs, I was off on my next PBS adventure with Detroit Public Television.
Being at WITF Harrisburg has really helped me realize a side of media that I have only seen on television, heard on the radio or read on the internet.
Chants of “Black Lives Matter,” and “No justice, No peace,” are filling the streets of cities across the country. Social activists have called for change in the way police officers interact with minority communities. In Austin, some young adults are at the frontlines of these protests.
This summer, 18 students from around the country descended onto our nation's capital to participate in the inaugural Student Reporting Labs Academy.
The middle and high school fellows helped program leaders develop strategies to engage young people with the news and current affairs and ensure that diverse youth voices are active in the conversations about critical issues facing the nation.
I was granted the incredible opportunity to intern for KLRU-TV, the Austin PBS affiliate station, this summer in order to get a true taste of the professional journalism world.
After working on an oil rig and making a comfortable income, John Desjarlais found himself among the thousands of roughnecks let go in North Dakota after a fall in global oil prices shut down nearly half of North Dakota's rigs.
This April, Gwen Ifill received a letter that began: “Dear Ms. Ifill, I hope you remember me, but if you do not, my name is Sophie Sabin.” That letter became a catalyst to an inspirational moment for hundreds of middle school students in Newark, New Jersey, today.