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.
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Friday, September 14 – Topics not covered in class: Tools and Skills for Today’s Journalists
Georgetown University Society of Professional Journalists and the Ida B. Wells Society present a panel discussion on Friday, September 14 from 6:00pm-9:00pm. Panelists include Hannah Allam from Buzzfeed News, Angela Hills from Scripps News, and Jeff Mason from Reuters.
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October 1-12 – The Data Institute
A collaboration between The Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting and ProPublica, this 2-week intensive workshop will teach you how to use data, design and code for journalism. It will run from October 1 to 12 in New York City. The deadline to apply is September 7.
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