The Berlin Capital Program invites early-career U.S. journalists and journalism students to Germany for a weeklong seminar that allows participants to take a closer look at the German media landscape and gain a deeper awareness of German and European society. It includes meetings, visits, discussions and workshops with German and expat members of the media, experts in various fields, government officials, and engaged citizens. The journalists will enhance their understanding of transatlantic issues, expand their professional perspectives and networks, and gain insights to better “translate” the news from one side of the Atlantic to the other.
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Information about the forthcoming Berlin Capital Program will be available on this website in due time.