The Ted Scripps Leadership Institute helps participants become better leaders by offering a mix of sessions focused on interpersonal and organizational leadership skills, as well as sound chapter management practices.
We love this program. So much, in fact, that were bringing it to your backyard. The Scripps Institute made four stops in 2013 at locations around the country, and we're planning to make four more in 2014.
Our first stop is in Fort Worth in February. Initial details are here, and were accepting applications right now. Applications are due by midnight ET on January 6, so do not delay!
2013 Recaps: Scripps Leadership Institutes in Indianapolis, Denver, Memphis and Richmond
The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation seeks proposals for a one-year, renewable project to develop new sources, update existing ones, and incorporate social media information for the Society of Professional Journalists Rainbow Sourcebook, an online database and mobile app designed to make it easy for journalists to widen the narrow demographic band of sources normally found in the news.
SPJ is committed to bringing you training and tools in all areas of journalism. In this daylong workshop, you'll get practical, skills-based professional development that will help you be a better journalist.
Our next installment of JournCamp will take place January 25 in Nashville. Registration is open now, and you can find more details including scheduled sessions and speaker bios here.
Become part of the nations largest, most broad-based journalism organization for just a few dollars a month with our new AutoDues billing option. Its designed to make all the benefits of membership easily fit into anyones budget with a low, automatic payment that gives you access to everything SPJ offers networking, training, advocacy and more. Get all the details including how you can sign up today right here.
The Society of Professional Journalists annually awards two Pulliam/Kilgore Freedom of Information Internships. One intern works in the offices of the Society's First Amendment legal counsel in Washington, D.C. The other intern works at the Society's National Headquarters in Indianapolis.
The interns research and write about freedom of information issues while assisting the Societys Freedom of Information Committee and First Amendment legal counsel in preparing SPJs annual Freedom of Information Report. Other responsibilities may include working on the SPJ website and assisting with SPJ programs and initiatives.
Interns receive a stipend of $400 per week and work during a mutually agreeable 10-week period during the summer. Recipients are notified in late February and should arrange to start their internships in late May or early June.
Applications must be postmarked by January 22, 2014. Get all the details, including how to apply, inside.