The Prague Post Endowment Fund


The Prague Post Journalism Tour

  

Prague Post Endowment Fund (PPEF) in cooperation with Prague Post publishing organizes journalism tours for university students from all over the world. 

The uniqueness of the newspaper, its transformation and information-packed archives attract foreign university students seeking to learn about publishing and media in democratic societies. In cooperation with PPEF, The Prague Post editors take students on a journey through the past, present and future of the newspaper. For those interested in full presentation PPEF can schedule a meeting at the printer where the fresh issue of The Prague Post comes off the presses every week.        

 

PPEF team is happy to organize The Prague Post Journalism Tour for your school! Do not hesitate and register your school with us at education@praguepost.com. Proceeds from organizing of the Field Trip/Seminar are used to support PPEFs educational projects. For more information see www.ppef.cz.

 

“We really appreciate The Prague Post team for their professionalism and openness during the meetings and presentations for groups of U.S. business students we bring to Prague. Students get a first hand and interesting information and therefore it is our pleasure to enrich their study trips by inviting guest speakers from The Prague Post.”-- Jiří Matoušek from Alpha Learning & Programs.

 

 

The Prague Post Journalism Tour valuation

 

Seminar: The Prague Post editor gives a presentation to students in a location named by the student group or arranged by PPEF. The seminar includes an initial presentation, followed by question and answer session and lasts for a maximum of 2 hours. Prague Post publishing provides copies for students of the current week’s issue at the seminar. Total cost 220 euro.

 

Field Trip: The Prague Post editor gives a presentation to students in a location named by the student group or arranged by PPEF. The seminar includes an initial presentation, followed by question and answer session and lasts for a maximum of 2 hours. Prague Post publishing provides copies for students of the current week’s issue at the seminar. PPEF team schedules and organizes a visit to the printer where The Prague Post is printed. Visiting school subscribes to ePost, the digital version of The Prague Post for one year worth 30 euro -- accessible anywhere in the world through your email! Total cost 330 euro.   

 

Fees for seminars are set for groups under 15 students. In case of larger groups please education@praguepost.com for adjusted pricing.