The Nashville Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists is proud to present our signature event, “Headliners and Heroes.” This signature fundraiser provides scholarships for young people majoring in media professions. The annual event will also recognize individuals in the media who have made outstanding achievements and contributions to the field of journalism and
2014 is here, and the NABJ Digital Journalism Task Force is ready to help you get ready for it, career wise. We are holding a “virtual” conference on Saturday, Jan. 11 with four workshops that will help you take your job to the next level in what we’re calling “New Year, New You.”Jeremy Caplan of
The Nashville Association of Black Journalist is happy to annouce our NABJ chapter’s Spring 2014 Book and Technology Scholarship. Krystal Nichols is a junior mass communications major at Tennessee State University. She will receive $250. A native of Indianapolis, Nichols distinguished herself through work with TSU student media and internships including as a court reporter at
The Nashville Association of Black Journalists will award two $250 book or technology scholarships to Nashville area college students for the spring semester of 2014. The association is a chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists, whose goals include providing quality programs and support to its professional and student members. You’re encouraged to apply.
Our next chapter meeting on Saturday, June 22nd at Centennial Park. This meeting will double as our “NABJ Family Cookout.” We will meet at 11:30 a.m to discuss business, followed by the cookout. I’m inviting members of Nashville NAHJ to join us. We have a shelter area reserved at the park. We are hoping everyone can come out.
Registration Assistance Application Deadline: Friday, May 31, 2013 The National Association of Black Journalists has established tuition assistance for those who wish to attend the NABJ Convention and Career Fair, July 31-August 4, 2013 at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. NABJ wants all members to have the opportunity to attend the convention regardless of their
The Nashville Association of Black Journalist present the 2013 Student Media Conference