Category: National Conventions

Phoenix – Spring 2009

Welcome to Phoenix, the nation’s fifth-largest city, in the Valley of the Sun. With hundreds of learning sessions, high-profile keynotes and problem-solving breakouts, workshops and discussion groups, Phoenix is the perfect place to Power Up. Convention activities such as vendors showcasing journalism-related products and services, contests, awards convocations, on-site critiques, Break with a Pro and…
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St. Louis – Fall 2008

Here we are, thousands of us, in the city that’s known to the world as the Gateway to the West. But this weekend we know it as the Gateway to the Best – the best high school newspapers, yearbooks, magazines, television, radio and online media in the country as well as the best student staffs…
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Anaheim – Spring 2008

In the land of sunshine, there are rays of knowledge waiting to be soaked up by journalism students and advisers when thousands of them descend on Anaheim, Calif., for the 2008 JEA/NSPA spring convention. Disneyland (and the Disney California Adventure park built next door in 2001) is only the most well-known of Anaheim’s attractions. Shopping…
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Philadelphia – Fall 2007

The City of Brotherly Love invites you to come experience Liberty First. Philadelphia welcomes you with open arms to “America’s Most Historic Square Mile.” In this mile you can visit the Liberty Bell, the new national Constitution Center, Ben Franklin’s Office and Independence Hall, just a block from the beautiful Convention Center attached to your…
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Traveling to a National Convention

Why Conventions Matter Are you running into some obstacles at your school regarding convention travel? We know that field trip restrictions are tighter than ever, and we’re here to help. Download this PDF to share with your administrators as you seek travel approval. This one-page flyer promotes the benefits of JEA/NSPA national conventions and might…
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