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Bio (click to expand) picture After a career in financial services, Dana (Blozis) Neuts began freelancing in 2003. Based in Kent, Washington, Dana is a freelance writer and editor as well as the owner and publisher of iLoveKent.net and iLoveCovington.com, hyperlocal blogs. Her work has appeared in many Seattle-area publications as well as national publications including GSN: Government Security News, HS Today and American Profile. She is past-president of the award-winning Western Washington Pro Chapter of SPJ, serves as the Region 10 Director of SPJ, is a member of the membership committee, and chairman of the freelance committee. She previously served on the SDX foundation board and has been a facilitator for Scripps. For more information, please visit VirtuallyYourz.com. Specialties: Business Writing and Editing, Features, Humor, Small Business, Nonprofits, Finance, Insurance, Travel, and Marketing Consulting and Implementation including Social Media.

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Become a Collegiate
Institutional Member


Becoming a Collegiate Institutional Member in SPJ is one of the easiest ways your school can demonstrate to students (and parents) its commitment to producing the best journalists possible. Furthermore, it will help expose your students to the nation’s largest and most broad-based membership organization for journalists — augmenting their experience and journalism education.

For just $400 a year, your school can join SPJ as a Collegiate Institutional Member and receive the following benefits:

— A certificate indicating the school’s affiliation as a Collegiate Institutional Member of SPJ.

— Your name on SPJ.org’s Collegiate Institutional Membership page that links to your school’s Web site (see below).

— A subscription to Quill Magazine.

— A $5 dollar discount on individual memberships for students and professionals from your school. This benefit will help you in building a chapter on your campus.

— A complimentary entry in SPJ’s Mark of Excellence Contest, which honors the best in student journalism from across the country.

— A framed copy of SPJ’s Code of Ethics and several pocket-sized copies of the Code to distribute as you see fit.

— A complimentary convention registration to SPJ’s National Convention (a savings of nearly $200).

Download an application today, and show your commitment to journalism and your students.

For more information about becoming a Collegiate Institutional Member, please call SPJ’s membership team at (317) 927-8000, ext. 203.

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