Interviewing 101 for 14-17 year olds!


Wed Jan 19 2022 at 05:00 pm to 07:00 pm


Commissioner for Children and Young People SA | Adelaide, SA

Join journalist Caleb Sweeting in a 2 hour workshop learning about interviewing tips and tricks and a career in media and communications.
About this Event

Join us for a 2 hour workshop with journalist and communications officer Caleb Sweeting. Hear about Caleb's career, how he got started, and the work he's been involved in since. Learn key tips and tricks related to interviewing subjects and create your own work based on the skills learnt.

Any skill level is welcome for this workshop. Bring yourself and your friends (make sure they register). Dinner will be provided.

Hub Adl Summer Workshop Series

A series of 2 hour workshops for 14-17 year olds that focus on a variety of different media skills. Facilitated by industry professionals. Other workshops include:

Photography - Tuesday 18 January 5-7pm

Graphic Design and Illustration - Tuesday 25 January 5-7pm

Changemakers - Thursday 27 January 5-7pm (registrations coming soon!)

About Hub Adl

Hub Adl is an online magazine for high school aged people in South Australia. Share your work, explore ideas and discover new opportunities. Get involved in our team! Follow us on Instagram here.

About CCYP

The Commissioner for Children and Young People (CCYP) is an independent statutory authority established under the Children and Young People (Oversight and Advocacy Bodies) Act 2016 (“the Act”).

The Commissioner promotes and advocates for the rights, development and wellbeing of all children and young people in South Australia. More information can be found at

Please contact Nicola Moore via email at [email protected] or phone on 08 8226 3355 for any enquiries related to the workshop.


Where is it happening?

Commissioner for Children and Young People SA, 251 Morphett Street, Adelaide, Australia

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