NewsTrain is coming to California, New York, Oregon and Nebraska in 2020
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Posted by: Laura Sellers-Earl
For just $75, you can up your digital game with highly rated training at an APME NewsTrain workshop in California, New York, Oregon or Nebraska in 2020.
Here are the locations and hosts for the workshops:
- Fresno, California, hosted by California State University, Fresno;
- Rochester, New York, hosted by the Democrat and Chronicle;
- Eugene, Oregon, hosted by the University of Oregon; and
- Lincoln, Nebraska, hosted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
To be notified when dates, agendas and trainers are set for these workshops, please provide an email at bit.ly/NewsTrain2020.
The sites were selected from applications by committees of local journalists throughout the United States and Canada. These successful committees will conduct an assessment of the needs in their newsrooms to determine which skills will be taught at the workshops.
Since 2003, Associated Press Media Editors (APME) has sponsored NewsTrain in serving more than 7,600 journalists at 93 workshops. It will achieve its 100th workshop in 2020, having brought its cutting-edge training to all 50 states and three Canadian provinces.
NewsTrains in fall 2019 will be:
Attendees consistently rate its interactive sessions as 4.5, with 5 as highly effective and highly useful. Instructors are accomplished journalists with both frontline and teaching experience.
To apply to be a NewsTrain site in 2021, email NewsTrain Project Co-director Laura Sellers-Earl to get an alert when applications open in early 2020 at bit.ly/HostNewsTrain.
NewsTrain’s low tuition is made possible by donors, big and small, who have included The Associated Press, GateHouse Media LLC, APME past and present board members, and the APME, Newhouse and Gannett foundations.
To keep NewsTrain serving journalists in their communities, please donate at bit.ly/NewsTraindonate.
Contact: Linda Austin, email@example.com, or Laura Sellers-Earl, firstname.lastname@example.org, NewsTrain project co-directors