Keep up with the Joneses with training right next door
Enhancing your professional skills often seems like a daunting quest across faraway places. Think again, because there are great professional development training sessions going on not too far from where you live. For every state, we've got the online resource you need to know what great new seminars are happening near you.
Whether you're an editor, reporter, broadcaster, designer, photographer or full-time freelancer, every journalist will benefit from the onsite and easy-access online training available at JournalismTraining.org. The site is full of professional development opportunities for everyone in the media industry. From one-day photo illustration sessions to full week-long workshops on better writing, the training you need and want is listed at this one-stop resource.
Created by the Council of National Journalism Organizations and maintained by the Society of Professional Journalists, the site is extremely easy to use. Search by location, topic or time of year for training that will help you advance your career and give you the tools you need to stay at the leading edge of technology.
Check out some of these upcoming opportunities you'll find on JournalismTraining.org
Elements of Design, sponsored by News University
Annual Convention, sponsored by Kansas Press Association
Spring Conference, sponsored by Society of Professional Journalists
State of the News Media 2011, sponsored by News University
Covering the Green Economy - Follow the Green Money, sponsored by Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism
Aside from great training opportunities, the site has listings of journalism blogs from organizations such as News University and Society for News Design for training tips and story ideas. Visit the Reading Room to find topics such as "Tools of the Beat" and "For the Broadcasters." Or bring customized training to your newsroom provided by names you trust. For more information or to suggest a resource for JournalismTraining.org, write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call SPJ today at (317) 927-8000.