Each year at its national convention, NLGJA hosts Connect, a program that brings student journalists from across the country to the convention city for a week of mentoring, training and professional development. Working with a group of mentors — a team of journalists from across media platforms — each of this year’s 12 students will work on their resumés, interview with recruiters and journalists, and get a taste of what it’s like to work in a converged media newsroom.
Come kick off the 2015 NLGJA National Convention and LGBT Media Summit at our Conference Kick-Off at LOOKOUT. Located at the corner of Market and 16th Streets. The local chapter reserved the lounge left of the stairs. Join us and hear about the coming week from the...
The NLGJA 2015 National Convention & LGBT Media Summit will include two boot camps to delve into topics that have high impact for professional development. Each almost three-hour intensive boot camp will be limited to 25 participants and will feature experts in their...
This year’s National Convention & LGBT Summit culminates with a Silver Party on September 5 as we celebrate the 25 years since NLGJA's founding. Visit with friends and colleagues. Bid on some fabulous silent auction items. Relax and unwind after a full weekend of...
This year marks the 25th anniversary of NLGJA. This fall current and past members as well as NLGJA supporters and allies will “Come Home” to where it all began — San Francisco, California, for the National Convention and 11th annual LGBT Media Summit.
Dear NLGJA Members and Convention Attendees, NLGJA learned recently that the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero has changed its timeline and will be completing major renovations during our convention dates. To provide the best experience possible, NLGJA has changed the site of...
Former NBA Player Jason Collins invites you to Come Home to the NLGJA 2015 National Convention & LGBT Media Summit.
Want to “Come Home” for the NLGJA National Convention & LGBT Media Summit but can’t make it work in your budget? NLGJA might be able to help!
The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) is hosting its annual student journalism training project, Connect, at the 2015 National Convention & LGBT Media Summit from August 31 to Sept. 5 in San Francisco. Each year, NLGJA chooses 12 students from...
San Francisco isn’t just known for its cool summer days, gay rights advocacy, culinary bests and entrepreneurial spirit - it is also the birthplace of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. Twenty-five years ago, Roy Aarons got a group of journalists...
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