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December 13, 2019 • General Journalism
Deadline: Computation + Journalism Symposium Student Contest Submissions

The Computation + Journalism Symposium is looking for submissions from college-level, student-run news sites. Students with winning entries (max of two students per school) will get free flight and accommodations at the conference. Follow the attached link for rules, additional details and the form for submissions.

More information: http://cj2020.northeastern.edu/student-contest/

Contact: Northeastern University

Tagged under: Freedom of Information, Ethics, Diversity, International Journalism, Generation J, Students, Educators, Digital Journalism, Journalism Awards

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December 14, 2019 • SPJ Local (Region 2)
"Freelancers -- Mexico" film screening and discussion

Join the SPJ Washington, D.C., Pro chapter for a free showing and discussion of the film Freelancers--Mexico. This is the first in a planned documentary series about the daring freelance journalists who work in some of the most challenging countries in the world. Admission to the film and discussion is free. Those wanting to tour the Newseum before or after the showing will need to pay museum admission. Seating is limited and registration is required.

More information: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/freelancers-mexico-film-screening-and-discussion-tickets-83545096633?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=esfb&utm-source=fb&utm-term=listing&fbclid=IwAR09cU0mYqZNaqNEnWdxIvRNqGl7nDnlIzviKaYYYydq6eyZZuxZF8zlmzs

Contact: Bill Gentile

Tagged under: Freelancing, International Journalism, Free Events, SPJ Chapters, Freelance Community

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January 6, 2020 • General Journalism
Application deadline: The POLITICO Journalism Institute Training Program

The POLITICO Journalism Institute (PJI) is accepting applications for its seventh annual session, a 10-day intensive training program. Accepted college students spend half of their time in classroom sessions with professionals from various newsrooms and on outings to learn what it is like to do journalism in the nation's capital. Outings include tours to the White House press area and Congressional Press Gallery, other newsrooms and the National Press Club. The rest of the time, students work in the POLITICO newsroom, where they are assigned to an editor and reporter mentor as they report their own politics or policy stories. Each student has the opportunity to have their work published on the POLITICO site. All expenses are paid by POLITICO (including housing, meals, transportation and a stipend. Many who attend this and other POLITICO training programs go on to land internships or jobs at POLITICO or in other newsrooms. Students who are juniors or seniors (by Fall 2020), recent grads and graduate students are encouraged to apply. The mission of this program is to promote diversity throughout D.C.-area newsrooms.

More information: http://recruiting.ultipro.com/PER1013PCLL/JobBoard/b972ff6a-41b7-4e97-9c71-273c2595c77d/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=bb2524b2-9594-47df-ba36-1c61f20180fd

Contact: Robin Turner

Tagged under: Diversity, Students, Journalism Training, Digital Journalism, Excellence in Journalism

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January 14, 2020 • SPJ National
Entry Deadline: Mark of Excellence Awards

The Mark of Excellence Awards honors the best in collegiate journalism. Judged at the regional and national level, the annual competition offers dozens of categories in newspapers, magazines, photography, radio, television and online journalism.

More information: http://spj.org/a-moe.asp

Contact: SPJ Awards

Tagged under: Students, SPJ National Awards, Journalism Awards

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February 1, 2020 • General Journalism
Deadline: The Livingston Awards

The Livingston Awards for Young Journalists recognize outstanding reporting and bolster the careers of journalists under the age of 35. Each year, prizes of $10,000 each are presented in local, national and international reporting. Winners are selected by our panel of judges, who share a long-time commitment to our program and are highly respected for their achievements in journalism.

The Livingston Awards invites print, online, video, audio and data visualization entries.Winning the award helps talented young reporters develop the confidence and the institutional backing to continue producing ambitious projects. National recognition leads winners to new stories, new audiences and new career opportunities. The distinguished names of past winners include David Remnick, Christiane Amanpour, Ira Glass, Michelle Norris and Steve Coll.

More information: http://wallacehouse.umich.edu/livingston-awards/entry/

Contact: Joey Mastro

Tagged under: Journalism Awards

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February 1, 2020 • General Journalism
Deadline: Knight-Wallace Fellowship Applications

A Knight-Wallace Fellowship recognizes accomplished journalists who are eager for growth and deeply committed to the future of journalism. We offer a unique opportunity: an academic year of study and collaborative learning at the University of Michigan to deepen knowledge, develop new ideas, learn new skills and address challenges facing the journalism industry. Each year we select up to 20 Fellows from all facets of journalism who are ready to take the next career step and join us for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

More information: http://wallacehouse.umich.edu/knight-wallace/how-to-apply/

Contact: Joey Mastro

Tagged under: Internships/Fellowships/Grants

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February 16, 2020 • SPJ National
Nomination Deadline: SPJ Black Hole Award

The Society of Professional Journalists launched the Black Hole Award to highlight the most heinous violations of the public's right to know. By exposing such abuses, SPJ's Freedom of Information Committee seeks to educate the public about their rights and call attention to those who would interfere with openness and transparency.

More information: http://www.spj.org/blackhole.asp

Contact: Paul Fletcher

Tagged under: Freedom of Information, Ethics, SPJ National Awards, Sunshine Week

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February 16, 2020 • SPJ National
Application deadline: SPJ Foundation Grants

Annually, the Foundation awards about $300,000 in grant monies. Most go to SPJ and SPJ-related projects to further align with the work of the Society. Other journalism-related projects that help to fulfill the Foundation's mission may receive support if funds are available.

More information: http://www.spj.org/foundation-grants.asp

Contact: Larry Messing

Tagged under: Freedom of Information, Ethics, Diversity, International Journalism, Students, Educators, Journalism Training, Internships/Fellowships/Grants, SPJ Chapters, SPJ Communities, SDX Foundation, SPJ Leaders

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February 18, 2020 • SPJ National
Entry Deadline: SPJ New America Award

SPJ's New America Award honors public service journalism that explores and exposes an issue of importance to immigrant or ethnic communities in the United States.

More information: http://spj.org/a-newamerica.asp

Contact: SPJ Awards

Tagged under: SPJ National Awards, Journalism Awards

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February 18, 2020 • SPJ National
Entry Deadline: Sigma Delta Chi Awards

The Sigma Delta Chi Awards are among the premiere prizes given in the profession, and are unique, because they recognize achievement in all forms of journalism: print, television, radio, graphics, magazines, research, newsletters and online.

More information: http://spj.org/a-sdx.asp

Contact: SPJ Awards

Tagged under: SPJ National Awards, Journalism Awards, SDX Foundation

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February 21, 2020 • SPJ National
Postmark Deadline: SPJ National High School Essay Contest

SPJ wants to increase high school students' knowledge and understanding of the importance of the Free Media to our lives. The top three national winners receive scholarship awards.

More information: http://spj.org/a-hs.asp

Contact: SPJ Awards

Tagged under: Students, SPJ National Awards, Journalism Awards

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March 20, 2020 - March 22, 2020 • General Journalism
The Power of Narrative Conference

The Power of Narrative Conference, now in its 22nd year, attracts a mix of veteran practitioners engaged in narrative journalism careers, early career professionals hoping to build narrative skills, and students of the genre. Attendees identify as writers, visual media creators, and audio journalists. They work on every imaginable platform, from newspapers to magazines, books to the web, podcasts to multimedia, sometimes pushing the boundaries with innovative start-ups.

Program Highlights: Over 30 journalists, directors, producers and editors lead three days of lively discussions geared to advance the knowledge of narrative storytellers. Approximately 500 persons attend. Early registration is encouraged. Late registration requests may be waitlisted.

More information: http://www.bu.edu/com/narrative/index.html?utm_source=calendars&utm_medium=groups&utm_campaign=general

Contact: Mark Krumm

Tagged under: Ethics, Diversity, Students, Educators, Journalism Training, Digital Journalism

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May 1, 2020 - May 3, 2020 • General Journalism
Women in Journalism Workshop

The Women in Journalism Workshop is an annual workshop that focuses on challenges, accomplishments and issues specific to women in the journalism industry today. We want to help build safer, more diverse and innovative newsrooms to serve our communities worldwide.

This year we will be diving into how to innovate the way we cover stories, the management of our newsrooms and the tools we use. Sessions include self-care, HEAT training, how to prepare for violent breaking news, machine learning & data analysis for journalism, secondary trauma, advocating for yourself, applying for grants, solutions journalism and more.

More information: http://www.rjionline.org/events/women-in-journalism-workshop

Contact: Kat Duncan

Tagged under: Diversity, Freelancing, International Journalism, Students, Educators, Journalism Training, Digital Journalism, Excellence in Journalism, women in journalism, training, safety, innovation

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June 20, 2020 • SPJ National
Entry Deadline: Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award

Established by the Sigma Delta Chi Foundation, the Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award recognizes, with a $10,000 award, accomplishments on behalf of First Amendment freedoms by an individual, group of individuals or an organization.

More information: http://spj.org/a-pulliam.asp

Contact: SPJ Awards

Tagged under: SPJ National Awards, Journalism Awards, SDX Foundation

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June 20, 2020 • SPJ National
Entry Deadline: Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing

The Pulliam Editorial Fellowship awards $75,000 to an editorial writer to help broaden his or her journalistic horizons and knowledge of the world. Provided by the SDX Foundation, the award can be used to cover the cost of study, research and/or travel in any field.

More information: http://spj.org/a-pulliamfellow.asp

Contact: SPJ Awards

Tagged under: Internships/Fellowships/Grants, SPJ National Awards, Journalism Awards, SDX Foundation

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June 26, 2020 • SPJ National
Sigma Delta Chi Awards Banquet

The Society of Professional Journalists cordially invites you to attend the Sigma Delta Chi Awards Banquet. The Sigma Delta Chi Awards are some of the most prestigious and coveted awards given to journalists. More than 80 awards recognize the best in professional journalism in categories covering print, television, newsletters, art/graphics, online and research.

More information: http://www.spj.org/a-sdx-banquet.asp

Contact: SPJ Awards

Tagged under: SPJ National Awards, Journalism Awards, SDX Foundation

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September 10, 2020 - September 12, 2020 • SPJ National
Excellence in Journalism 2020

EIJ is headed to D.C.! Circle your calendars today and join us in September for the journalism conference of the year.

More information: http://excellenceinjournalism.org

Contact: SPJ

Tagged under: Freedom of Information, Ethics, Diversity, Freelancing, International Journalism, Generation J, Students, Educators, Journalism Training, Digital Journalism, Internships/Fellowships/Grants, SPJ Chapters, SPJ National Awards, SPJ Local Awards, Journalism Awards, Excellence in Journalism, SPJ Communities, SDX Foundation, SPJ Leaders

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