Learning Your Legal Rights What Your Professors Won’t Tell You There’s an App for That Social Justice and Investigative Journalism
(March 12 ,2020) Please note that the convention has been cancelled. For more information, visit the 2020 State Convention page.
Who are you working for? Earning what your photojournalism is worth. The workshop will cover the importance of shooting photos that make a difference, why […]
Jun Starkey, JACC student president, and Sierra Shelton, JACC SoCal student representative, have been working for their student newspaper The Channels at Santa Barbara City […]
Se Habla Español: Exploring Careers in Spanish-Language News The number of Latinos who speak Spanish at home is at an all-time high— a record 37 […]
Click profile image for an introduction to the speaker or presenter, as well as information on which they will be addressing. Keynote Speaker WORKSHOP: Building […]
This is a tentative schedule for the conference, which will be held October 19, 2019, at California State University, Fullerton.
How To Find Gold In Court Records Even many seasoned reporters have little or no understanding of how courts work. But they’re missing out on […]
Workshop 1: Print Matters: News design 101 Contrary to popular belief print is not dead, far from it. It is, however, being stifled by complacency […]
Once a Journalist, Always a Journalist – Why Journalism Sets you up for Successful Second Careers. How I Converted from Newspaper Reporter to Spokesman for […]
Social Media Best Practices: Working the Brand Embracing a voice and understanding the best (creative) practices for a brand Megan Moureaux, ESPN Megan attended Pierce […]
Tips from the Pros: Cracking the Internship Code Applying to an internship can be daunting if you don’t know where to start. Panelists will discuss […]