The official site of the Washington Journalism Education Association

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The official site of the Washington Journalism Education Association

The official site of the Washington Journalism Education Association

Summer Camp Highlights
A student edits with Adobe Premiere Pro at the 2022 WJEA J-Camp.
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Adobe Blitz 2022
Join other educators and students who want to learn basic skills in four of Adobe's most popular products.
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J-Day 2022
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J-Day 2022
Two separate days where student journalists—newspaper, yearbook, news broadcast—can hear from media professionals to learn what they do and why they do it. For media advisers, a chance to network, earn clock hours and learn more about local media.
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Upcoming Press Conference
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Upcoming Press Conference

Celebrating the Student Press in Washington state! SPI Reykdal will make a statement in support of a strong student press in Washington...

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Bellarmine Preps Jeanne Hanigan is the 2022 WJEA Adviser of the Year.
Jeanne Hanigan of Bellarmine Prep named 2022 WJEA Adviser of the Year
March 6, 2022

Bellarmine Prep student media adviser Jeanne Hanigan was named the 2022 WJEA Adviser of the Year at the State Convention Saturday, March 5 at...

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WJEA 2021 Emerald Award winners announced
November 1, 2021

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2018 Contest Results
July 29, 2020

Results: Newswriting Judges comments: Contestants demonstrated solid writing skills but need more practice with journalistic style. Strong...

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2016 Contest Results
July 29, 2020

2016 Write-Off Contest Winners Contest Title Rating First Name Last Name School News Writing Exellent Mikayla Brummond Auburn...

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2015 Contest Results
July 29, 2020

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE PUYALLUP HIGH SCHOOL • 21 MARCH 2015 TOTAL ENTRIES 221 SUPERIOR RATINGS 16 EXCELLENT...

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2014 Contest Results
July 29, 2020

WASHINGTON STATE JOURNALISM CONFERENCE SHOREWOOD HIGH SCHOOL • 15 MARCH 2014 TOTAL ENTRIES 233 SUPERIOR RATINGS 19 EXCELLENT...

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WHY WJEA?
By joining WJA, you are connected with other journalism educators throughout the state.
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WJEA EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS
Scott Collins, CJE
Scott Collins, CJE
Vice President

Scott Collins, CJE, teaches the middle and upper school publications classes at University Prep. Before UPrep, Collins oversaw the journalism program at his alma mater near Kansas City, Missouri, advising...

Anne Hayman has been teaching English and journalism at Arlington High School since 1999. She is president of WJEA and previously served as the treasurer. Hayman was the secretary for the Granite Falls...

Teresa Scribner, CJE, is an award-winning media teacher at Cleveland STEM High School in Seattle. Scribner teaches multimedia, graphic arts and is the adviser for the yearbook, newspaper, news broadcast...

OUR MISSION
Several organizations are devoted to scholastic journalism, but our particular emphasis is the support of journalism teachers and advisers in the state of Washington. Consistent with the mission of our parent national organization, JEA, “We support free and responsible scholastic journalism by providing resources and educational opportunities, by promoting professionalism, by encouraging and rewarding student excellence and teacher achievement, and by fostering an atmosphere which encompasses diversity yet builds unity.”
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OUR AFFILIATES
WJEA partners with other journalism education organizations to provide students and teachers access to the resources they need to run a successful program.
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