Interested in journalism? Sign up for the Young Post cadet programme this Easter

Interested in journalism? Sign up for the Young Post cadet programme this Easter

Get a taste of what it’s like to be a real reporter, conduct interviews, make videos and take on the challenges of working in a modern, multi-media newsroom


Do you want to see your work in Young Post? Sign up to be a cadet!
Photo: K. Y. Cheng/SCMP

Are you looking for an extraordinary experience this Easter? Young Post would love to have you in our office, working as a real reporter, for two weeks. During your time with us, you will have the opportunity to pitch and write your own stories for publication in Young Post, on everything from game reviews to movie previews. You can write about school events and affairs that matter. You could interview celebrities, get to the bottom of social issues, make a difference in your school or neighbourhood and learn reporting, photography, writing and editing  from our experienced team.

Check out what previous cadets have been up to

Details of the upcomming cadet programme:

Period: April 10 – April 21 (Monday to Friday)

Daily working hours: 10am-6pm (usually)

Location: Morning Post Centre, 22 Dai Fat Street, Tai Po Industrial Estate, Tai Po

Transportation : SCMP’s shuttle bus service is available at multiple points across the city

Remarks: You need to commit to at least five consecutive working days (Monday-Friday). Please state your availability in the registration form.

How to register: Please fill in this Google form.

Please note that shortlisted candidates may have to complete a simple writing test.


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