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Subject New assignment? Get up to speed, fast.
Date January 24, 2023 3:04 PM
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Many journalists, and particularly newer ones, will appreciate three things while getting up to speed on the latest trends driving change in their market area:
🪟 A framework to understand what’s going on
🗂️ A guide to experts to use as sources
📊 A leg up on finding the hard data that’s relevant to their community
Journalists will get all three in Poynter’s new Beat Academy ([link removed]) , led by PolitiFact senior correspondent Jon Greenberg. Beat Academy runs from March through October and includes nearly 20 webinars on topics including business, immigration, climate change and health care. Each 90-minute session will help newsrooms produce distinctive coverage faster and better. Some sessions even offer participants the opportunity to apply for grants.
Keep scrolling for more information on Beat Academy — and for more resources to keep you sharp this week.
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Lead With Influence
Online program, Feb. 6-27
This is an interactive, virtual training for women and nonbinary leaders who manage big responsibilities — such as processes, products or platforms — without direct reports. Meet online for four hours a week every Monday in February to learn how to use your social capital to lead with influence.
Poynter will host an edition of this program open to all gender identities in July ([link removed]) .
Cost: $600. Register no later than Monday, Jan. 30.
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Beat Academy
Webinar series, March 2-Oct. 19
Poynter’s Beat Academy is a virtual classroom designed to provide journalists from any newsroom the skills to tackle emerging coverage areas, like private equity, and better grounding on key topics like immigration, climate change response, federal infrastructure dollars and more. Pick the sessions you need the most or attend all 18 over eight months. Sessions are designed for individual journalists or entire newsrooms.
Cost: $75 for individuals. Group discounts available.
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Leadership Academy for Diversity in Media
In-person program, Oct. 1-6
The Leadership Academy for Diversity in Media is a transformative leadership program that trains BIPOC journalists working in digital media to thrive professionally and personally. Poynter has connected and empowered nearly 200 journalists of color to be self-aware managers, visionary leaders and change agents through this program. Is this your year?
Cost: $500. Apply by Feb. 17.
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** Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism Fellowship (2023-2024)
In-person and online, Aug. 3, 2023-May 15, 2024
The Poynter-Koch Media and Journalism Fellowship is a year-long dynamic experiential fellowship that blends educational opportunities with work experience to accelerate your career ([link removed]) in journalism. You will have the opportunity to find placement as a paid, full-time journalist at a participating news outlet.
✅ Here's what newsrooms need to know about the program ([link removed]) .
Cost: Free.
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ACES Certificate in Editing
Self-directed course bundle, available in February
Our most popular training program ever is getting a major reboot. Set to relaunch in the next few weeks, this course has been completely revamped and consists of more than 20 hours of learning designed to get you thinking about accuracy, verification and language. The price right now is $150, with a significant discount for members of ACES: The Society of Editing.
Essential Skills for Rising Newsroom Leaders
In-person program, St. Petersburg, Florida, April 24-28
This popular seminar for journalists with up to five years of total experience as people managers will take place just once in 2023. Poynter adjunct faculty Chris Sheridan ([link removed]) will be the program director. Applications will open soon. Review the 2022 program page here ([link removed]) .
GlobalFact 10
Online and in-person program, Seoul, South Korea, June 28-30
The world’s largest fact-checking summit, hosted by Poynter’s International Fact-Checking Network, will take place in South Korea in 2023. See the GlobalFact 9 program page here ([link removed]) .
Executive Leadership Summit
Online program, Sept. 11-13
This is a three-day, online gathering designed for top-level media leaders who can set the tone and vision for the future of their enterprise. Poynter’s Sitara Nieves ([link removed]) will be the lead faculty. Applications will open soon. See the 2022 program page here ([link removed]) .
Level Up: Critical Skills for Local Reporters
Online program, October TBD
We launched this master-class level program for reporters in 2022, and we’re excited to host it again in October 2023. Poynter’s Kristen Hare ([link removed]) will lead the program. Registration will open in 2023. See the 2022 program here ([link removed]) .
Power of Diverse Voices: Writing Workshop for Journalists of Color
In-person program, Nov. 15-18, St. Petersburg, Florida
One of our hallmark programs, this writing workshop will return in 2023. Tom Huang ([link removed]) will lead the program. Applications will open soon. Review the 2022 program page here ([link removed]) .
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