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National journalism groups
There are six main scholastic journalism organizations: Student Press Law Center, Journalism Education Association, Columbia Scholastic Press Association, Quill and Scroll, National Scholastic Press Association and Dow Jones News Fund.
Regional and state journalism groups
There are dozens of state and regional scholastic journalism organizations. Find the one near you and get on board.
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A look at the changing profession of journalism and how some of its leaders are blazing trails.
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Test your skills
We have a database of journalism-related questions so you can test yourself. If you would like to submit a question, please do! We need a journalism-related question, two to six possible answers and one definitely correct answer; please include an explanation along with the correct answer. If your question is chosen, we'll put it in the database, too. Send it to us today.
We have put together a collection of summer journalism programs that students can participate in.
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There are hundreds of journalism schools in the nation. They are the place to learn more about the craft and great steppingstones to going pro.
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A career in news
What kind of jobs do journalism school graduates get? What kind of skills do you need to become a journalist?
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How to start a HS newspaper
Sparked by a 2004-05 ASNE Partnership with The Montgomery (Ala). Advertiser, Notasulga (Ala.) High School and Auburn (Ala.) University’s Department of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Journalism students in Associate Professor Laura Nan Fairley’s Newspaper Management class at Auburn took the initiative to chronicle their efforts to get The Notasulga Times back on its feet.
Their experience and tips are useful to high school students who want to start or improve their school newspaper.
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