Training seminars/workshops

The institute offers training seminars focused on specific professional tracks (e.g., Advertising, Circulation, Newsroom, and various management positions) in Virginia.

Build and Engage Local Audiences Online

An e-course designed specifically for suburban and community newspapers making the transition to multimedia, created by the Poynter Institute's News University and sponsored by Sponsored by the SNA Foundation.

Committee of Concerned Journalists (CCJ) Traveling Curriculum

A workshop for news organizations of all types aimed at helping those organizations identify their goals and meeting them. Training seminars take place at the organization and are tailored to their individual needs.

A searchable database of local, regional and national journalism training programs developed by the Society of Professional Journalists for the Council of National Journalism Organizations. Programs include workshops around the country and web-based training.

Mid-America Press Institute

A non-profit association of newspapers dedicated to offering high-quality, low-cost, mid-career training for journalists. Five times each year, it offers workshops to improve skills in writing, copy editing, page design, management, technology and other areas.

National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting (NICAR)

NICAR is a program of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc. and the Missouri School of Journalism. Founded in 1989, NICAR has trained thousands of journalists in the practical skills of finding, prying loose and analyzing electronic information.

Newspaper Training Editors Guide

Guide to setting up a newsroom training program.

Poynter Institute Seminars

Information about Poynter’s seminars on a variety of media-related topics, including reporting, writing and editing, ethics, visuals and education.

Specialized Reporting Conference

Archives of the Specialized Reporting Conference with periodic workshops on covering various topics, many specific to the South.