May Job Listings!

Here are some of the local and local-ish media jobs currently available! Good luck! INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine is seeking a full-time staff writer, fully remote, with a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years’ experience (Full listing). They’re also seeking a magazine production coordinator (full listing). SPJ is seeking a part-time administrative assistant,…

You weren’t using those First Amendment rights, were you?

Monday kicked off Mass Comm Week at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with the First Amendment Free* Food Festival, co-sponsored by St. Louis SPJ with The Alestle, which is SIUE’s campus newspaper. During the fest, people are offered the chance to temporarily sign away their First Amendment rights to get free pizza and soda. We all…

Google Tools workshop tonight!

It’s not too late! Join us tonight at 6 p.m. CST for a FREE Google Tools training webinar, funded by the national Society of Professional Journalists and Google News Initiative.  Click here to register! If you don’t have/didn’t receive the email with the link and passcode, please email us at stlouisspj@gmail.com as soon as possible.08

Workshop for high school and college journalists of color

From our friends at the Greater St. Louis Association of Black Journalists: St. Louis-area high school and early college students are invited to apply to attend the 2022 GSLABJ Minority Journalism Workshop, a free program to provide skills training and networking resources for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors and first- and second-year college students.…

St. Louis Press Club, SPJ president support our call for Parson to apologize

Press Club: Governor’s threats endanger freedom of the press “Freedom of the press and reliable reporting are now, more than ever, critically important. If Missouri is truly the Show-Me State that cares about honest, in-depth reporting, show the Post-Dispatch the respect it deserves for presenting the facts to uphold the integrity of the state‚Äôs educational…