Whether you’re a newsroom veteran, a newcomer or a seasoned freelancer, surviving in journalism now means taking your future into your own hands.
If you’re ready to upgrade your skills and reinvent your career, join us at our inaugural:
Spring Training for Journalists
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday April 24
SF City College – Ocean Campus
50 Phelan Avenue
A top-notch lineup of speakers and presenters will tackle topics ranging from driving Web traffic to your work to getting started in multimedia, revamping your resume, and overcoming language and culture barriers. The day will open with remarks by Steve Fainaru, the managing editor of The Bay Citizen; our keynote speaker is Davia Nelson, best known for her work as half of NPR’s award-winning documentary duo, the Kitchen Sisters.
Best of all: admission is free to all Guild members, including members of Guild Freelancers. San Francisco City College journalism students also get in free; others pay $20 with advance registration, or $25 at the door.
Spring training is sponsored by California Media Workers Guild, the SF City College Journalism Department, and the Bay Area Media Training Consortium.