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December 12, 2017No Comments

Applications are now available for the 2018 State Journalist of the Year Ward and Robin Morris Scholarship for $2,000. WJEA's Student Journalist of the Year winner will be the Washington state entry in the national Journalism...

High school students eligible for Northwest Emmy Awards, Feb. 10 deadline

December 6, 2017No Comments

The Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is reaching out to encourage submissions to the Scholarship_Student Award info_2017. The purpose of the NATAS Northwest Student Production Awards is to recogn...

2017 Critique Service Now Complete

June 9, 2017No Comments

All members of WJEA are eligible to have their student media (newspaper, yearbook, or newsmagazine) critiqued. Broadcast contests are coming in the future. This year's entry date was June 19, which has now passed. Cri...

Kathy Schrier, WJEA executive director

February 7, 2017No Comments

  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...

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Cleveland students speak about journalism, student press rights at Seattle School Board meeting Dec. 6

Sandra Coyer

December 8, 2017No Comments

Senior editors Tina Dang and Jay Kent addressed the Seattle School Board this week to share the success of the Cleveland Publications program last year as well as their recent First Place newspaper spread...

Washington students earn write-off honors at JEA/NSPA Fall National Convention

Sandra Coyer

December 4, 2017No Comments

Students from Mountlake Terrace, University Prep, Walla Walla and Gig Harbor High Schools earned awards at the JEA Write-off Contests at the JEA/NSPA Fall National Convention in Dallas, Texas Nov. 16-19.   ...

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The official site of the Washington Journalism Education Association
The official site of the Washington Journalism Education Association