Student editors and faculty advisers to newspapers, yearbooks, magazines, video productions and online media gather for sessions that will sharpen their skills with video/broadcasting and law and ethics also in the mix. There are over 350 sessions organized in seven sequences at the event with various competition displays as well.
"This online group seminar will help you build an investigation, from the seed of an idea to a powerful execution...Over the course of four weeks, award-winning investigative journalist Alexandra Zayas will break down the process to help you think about what kinds of stories to choose, how to build a bulletproof case and how to maximize the chance your work will create change."
"CJC Career Day gives students from all majors within the College an opportunity to meet with participating companies for potential internships and jobs. Students may register in advance to request interviews with employers, and/or visit open information tables for employers the day of the event."
Soleil Ho, restaurant critic for the SF Chronicle and this webinar host, says "Owing to a mixture of myth, prejudice and marketing, food writing in particular is often victim to strange verbiage that fails to describe accurately or fairly. One of my great hopes with my own writing is for it to better reflect and respect the way real people live in the world."
"In this webinar, you will learn about how Estadão Verifica, a fact-checking arm of the Brazilian newspaper O Estado de São Paulo, used a WhatsApp tip line during the 2018 election. In a little more than six months, it received more than 125,000 messages. You will also learn about some of the difficulties of working with the app and tips on organizing and monitoring messages."