Sponsorship & Exhibiting

Exhibiting/Sponsorship Opportunities at our Conventions

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If you've attended or exhibited at one of our conventions in the past year or so, you're well aware of how sophisticated today's students are becoming. You're also aware of how quickly our conventions are growing! If you've not seen us recently, we urge you back to our 2015 spring conventions in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Denver. If you've just discovered our organization consider attending our convention and learn about scholastic journalism and the students and advisers making it an exciting field!

Today's scholastic publications staffs include not only dedicated writers and editors, but also knowledgeable graphic designers, photographers, videographers, hardware/software specialists and web designers.

Publications advisers and editors decide what news gets read by an entire high school or college campus. Movie and music reviews persuade the most active consumers what to see and hear. Can you afford NOT to communicate with this important market?

Each ACP/CMA National College Media Convention attracts about 2,500 of the nation's top collegiate publication staffers and their advisers. The Fall 2009 JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Washington, D.C., topped 6,300 delegates! These students are not only actively pursuing careers as tomorrow's media professionals, but also learning how to be effective and discriminating consumers of the media and the news.

ACP/CMA registration tabloids are mailed to more than 5,000 college, university and tech school publications editors and advisers. JEA/NSPA registration books reach more than 10,000 high school publications. The official program sits in the hand of each delegate throughout the convention. Coupled with a presence in the exhibit hall, your message is bound to be heard.

I urge you to consider attending a spring or fall JEA/NSPA convention; or the fall ACP/CMA convention, to keep up with the students involved in scholastic media. Make sure you can get a spot in the exhibit hall - return the exhibitor contract completed with payment as soon as they are available. We cannot guarantee exhibit or advertising space or even hotel rooms will even be available still by the deadline dates. Jump on board and help make our convention one of the most exciting learning experiences the students and advisers will have.

If you would like more information about our organizations or to receive a copy of exhibitor/sponsorship contracts, past programs, registration booklets or samples of other publications, contact us or just browse the rest of our website to see what we're up to.

For more information, call us at 612-625-8335 or email us.

National Scholastic Press Association

NSPAIn 1921, NSPA began helping high school students and teachers improve their publications. Today, that goal remains No. 1.

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Associated Collegiate Press

ACPThe Associated Collegiate Press is the largest and oldest national membership organization for college student media in the United States.

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