NABJ Presents: “New Year, New You” A Virtual Conference


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 City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism will show off his journalism tips and tricks to help you do your job smarter and better.

Michelle Johnson of Boston University will show you the tools you need to create and maintain your online portfolio.

Dr. Sybril Bennett of Belmont University will show you the tools you need to create and publicize your journalism brand.

And Benet Wilson, DJTF vice president of education and the eNewsletters/social media editor for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association will offer tips on how to make your resume stand out with potential employers.

Here’s the schedule and the link to register (all times EDT):

You can attend the workshops you want, and the event will be recorded for those who can’t attend the live sessions.

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