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  • Cleveland senior wins journalism scholarship

    Cleveland senior wins journalism scholarship

    From staff reports

    Senior Ronnie Estoque has been named this year’s recipient of the Washington Journalism Education Association’s Lu Flannery Outstanding Journalist Award.  WJEA Executive Director Kathy Schrier presented the award of a $2,000 scholarship in a surprise visit to the school on March 8. Estoque...

    Ronnie Estoque, in the red shirt, celebrates with his journalism team after being awarded the Lu Flannery scholarship. Estoque will be attending Gonzaga University in the fall.

    Kathy Schrier

  • 2017 Critique Service open now

    2017 Critique Service open now

    All members of WJEA are eligible to have their student media (newspaper, yearbook, or newsmagazine) critiqued. Broadcast contests are coming in the future. Critiques cost $40, payable to the Washington Journalism Education Association.   The All-Washington Awards provide a critique of ...

  • WJEA J-Day

    WJEA J-Day

    J-Day 2017 Postcard (1)

    Ketchem, Samuel

  • WJEA to sponsor Adobe software training

    WJEA to sponsor Adobe software training

    For a second year, WJEA will  sponsor an intensive three-day Adobe Workshop, August 15, 16, 17 at Cleveland High School in Seattle. The classes will be taught by Teresa Scribner, who spent years as a professional Visual Journalist at The Seattle Times and now teaches and advises the growing student media p...

NOW is the time to get excited

Staff

We are two and a half weeks away from the best place to be this summer--the WJEA Summer Workshop on the campus of Western Washington University July 27-30. Registration and check-in starts on Thursday, July 27 at 1 p.m....

July 11, 2017No Comments

2017 Critique Service open now

2017 Critique Service open now

All members of WJEA are eligible to have their student media (newspaper, yearbook, or newsmagazine) critiqued. Broadcast contests are coming in the future. Critiques cost $40, payable to the Washington Journalism Education Assoc...

June 9, 2017No Comments

WJEA to sponsor Adobe software training

WJEA to sponsor Adobe software training

For a second year, WJEA will  sponsor an intensive three-day Adobe Workshop, August 15, 16, 17 at Cleveland High School in Seattle. The classes will be taught by Teresa Scribner, who spent years as a professional Visual Journ...

May 26, 2017No Comments

Student Press Rights Legislation Awaits Approval

Kathy Schrier, WJEA executive director

  While Washington’s Student Press Rights Bill passed in the State Senate (SB 5064) in the recent session, it stalled in the House Education Committee during its caucus, and a vote was not taken. The Bill now has...

February 7, 2017No Comments

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Exercise your journalism muscle

Sandra Coyer, WJEA President

Several years ago, I was able to experience the Reynold's Institute during the last year it was around. For one week, I lived in a dorm at Kent State University in Ohio, learned from some of the best journalism...

July 15, 2017No Comments

NOW is the time to get excited

Staff

We are two and a half weeks away from the best place to be this summer--the WJEA Summer Workshop on the campus of Western Washington University July 27-30. Registration and check-in starts on Thursday,...

July 11, 2017No Comments

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