When: Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017.
Where: Endicott College, 376 Hale St, Beverly, MA 01915. A campus map and directions are here. Beverly is 26 miles north of Boston. Public transportation is available from Boston, and a campus shuttle will meet the train in Beverly.
Cost: Early-bird registration is just $75. The early-bird rate ends Sept. 14, increasing to $85 on Sept. 15.
Meals: Your registration includes light breakfast and lunch.
Is this workshop for you? This workshop is for reporters, editors and other journalists from print, digital and broadcast newsrooms of all sizes, as well as journalism educators and students. Public information officers and public relations specialists have also benefited from attending NewsTrain. You do not have to be a member of APME to attend.
Registration for groups: Email Laura Sellers-Earl, NewsTrain program assistant.
Diversity scholarships: The deadline to apply for a competitive diversity scholarship for New England NewsTrain is Sept. 6, 2017. Applications are open to journalists, journalism educators or journalism students from a diverse background, Successful applicants have their registration fee waived; they must pay their own travel expenses. In addition to completing the online application , applicants should email a resume and up to three work samples to Rony Camille with CBS Boston. Journalism educators need not send work samples.
Lodging: The Wylie Inn & Conference Center, adjacent to Endicott College, is offering a discounted rate of $194.65 a night, plus taxes of $22.78, for a total of $217.43. To book, enter the corporate code NEGECT, or call toll-free 866.333.0859 and indicate you are participating in a conference at Endicott.
Other nearby options include:
Sponsor: Associated Press Media Editors (APME). Please see the complete list of donors who support NewsTrain at the bottom of this page.
Hosts: Endicott College School of Communication, CBS Boston, WBUR, Metro US (Boston), Boston Herald, Nashoba Valley Voice, WBZ NewsRadio 1030 and The Associated Press Boston bureau.
Questions: Email Linda Austin, NewsTrain project director.