Journalism & Women Symposium's annual Conference and Mentoring Project (CAMP) will be online and on-demand this year from Dec. 4-6.
Join us for #CAMPOnDemand -- The Future of Journalism: Forging the Path Together -- an online gathering where women in journalism will explore our profession's response to the astonishing tumult of 2020 -- and discuss what journalism should look like if we’re committed to racial justice and democracy.
You can expect to find educational opportunities to improve and expand your skills, inspiring speakers, plenty of time to share war stories, make new friends and experience the importance of what we all do as journalists.
Award-winning documentarian, journalist, speaker, author and philanthropist Soledad O'Brien will be the Saturday evening keynote speaker, and panels will explore the future of journalism, racial justice and diversity, equity and inclusion and journalistic responses to the events of 2020.
Long-time CAMP tradition Books & Browse will take place through a panel of authors, readings and Q&As online.
Keep up to date with all things #CAMPOnDemand at jaws.org/conference.
Students registered on part-time or full-time basis in a degree seeking program can register at a rate of $49.
Click the "Student Registration" button on the top right-hand side of this page (or at the bottom of this page on your mobile device).
The registration form asks for optional information (city, job title, social media network handles and more) that will go into a program book that is available to those who register for networking purposes.
$49 for students currently registered on a part-time or full-time basis in a degree-seeking program