Women in EWIP are encouraged to check out the upcoming conference for Journalism and Women Symposium, Oct. 31 – Nov. 2 at La Quinta Resort near Palm Springs, California.
Highlights of the annual conference include a keynote address by Anna Holmes, founder of Jezebel, a Q&A with Jill Abramson, former executive editor of the New York Times, and longtime AP reporter Edie Lederer interviewing legendary courts reporter Linda Deutsch.
EWIP members can use a special promo code: “ExchangeCAMP” to get $100 off the non-member rate when signing up for the three-day Conference and Mentoring Project (CAMP). Your price of $375 includes all training sessions and speakers and most meals from Friday through Sunday. An add-on program for investigative reporting on Thursday, Oct. 30 costs $135. Go to here to register.
Panels include sessions on useful apps for mobile devices, podcasting 101, social justice journalism, and covering issues around women in technology. A mini film festival will also feature some fascinating documentaries and inspire panelists who are telling women’s stories through film, presented by Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn.
For the full schedule.
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The extra investigative training session will feature Jennifer LaFleur, Rosemary Armao, Maud Beelman and Susy Schultz and take participants through all the steps of crafting a story, getting the goods with interviews, doing the digging and bringing the project home.
For anyone interested in copy editing training, the American Copy Editors Association (ACES) is also holding a daylong workshop the day prior to CAMP at the same location.
EWIP members Use the special promo code: “ExchangeCAMP” to get $100 off the non-member rate when signing up for the three-day Conference and Mentoring Project (CAMP).
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