Are you running into some obstacles at your school regarding convention travel? We know that field trip restrictions are tighter than ever, and we're here to help. Download this PDF to share with your administrators as you seek travel approval. This one-page document promotes the benefits of JEA/NSPA national conventions and might help showcase why conventions offer essential learning experiences — for teachers and students — beyond the regular classroom.
Breakout sessions for students from all media types — newspaper, online, broadcast, yearbook and magazine — are planned to meet the publishing and broadcasting needs of all scholastic student media. Some are specifically for advisers, administrators or middle school students. Whether it’s ethics and law, technology and design, advertising and business operations, photography and art or just the basics of news writing and reporting, this convention covers the bases.
With typical attendance of more than 4,000 delegates, the JEA/NSPA convention has become the place to seek solutions to the most challenging publishing and broadcasting problems, share and celebrate success stories, see what’s new in the media marketplace, discover trends and network with students and advisers from throughout the United States.
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If you wish to sponsor and purchase exhibitor space at this convention, please fill email NSPA's executive director, Diana Mitsu Klos.
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The latest forms and brochures in PDF format:
Best of the High School Press – Sept. 11, 2015
Yearbook Pacemaker – Jan. 15, 2016
JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention, Orlando, Fla. - Nov. 12-15, 2015
JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention, Los Angeles - April 14-17, 2016