The Acel Moore High School Journalism Workshop is an annual program sponsored by The Philadelphia Inquirer. The hands-on workshop seeks to introduce Philadelphia-area high school students to the fields of print and digital journalism, including photojournalism.

With help from staff volunteers, students write news articles and produce visual projects, which appear on the workshop’s website.

Named for its founder, Acel Moore, a former Pulitzer Prize-winning editor and columnist at The Inquirer and a co-founder of the National Association of Black Journalists, the program offers $1,000 college scholarships to the top students who plan to pursue a career in print or digital journalism.