The Society will provide members with free or low-cost regional training and professional development in both beginning and advanced investigative reporting. The skills developed through our trainings can be applied to both beat and project reporting and will be suitable for journalists for all levels of experience.
Description: The Ida B. Wells Society in partnership with Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellowships and the Knight Foundation will hold an investigative journalism workshop on February 1, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. The daylong training will focus on the basics of investigative journalism, as well as provide tips and tricks for seeing an investigative project from pitch to completion.
The training will be suitable for journalists at all levels of experience including professional journalists and student journalists. It will be led by Ida B. Wells Society co-founders Nikole Hannah-Jones of The New York Times Magazine and Ron Nixon of The New York Times.
Registration ends January 25 and spaces are limited.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided during the training.