October 16, 2021

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El Camino College Joins NBCU Academy Journalism Training Program

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El Camino College is the only California community college to join 16 other colleges and universities nationwide in the new NBCU Academy, an innovative multi-platform journalism training and development program for university and community college students through education, on-campus training and online programming.

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