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You've finished school and are trying to make sense of the big, bad (as in good, of course) world of journalism. Now what?
Welcome to Generation J, where future newsroom leaders can collaborate to build newsrooms of the future. Looking for career advice? Get it or give it here. Got some industry insight? Share it. Want to rant? Fine. Trying to pick up new skills or build your portfolio? Consider this your training ground and art gallery. (All media are welcome but know that we're featuring only the best work. So if it appears here, you're doing something right.)
Last but absolutely, positively and most certainly not least: Hang around here to stay on top of the issues that affect you and your newsroom every day. The Society of Professional Journalists will inspire you to improve and protect journalism.
What are you waiting for? Have advice to share? A link to offer?
Generation J is looking for your sharp contributions. Contact Generation J Committee Chairwoman Aiesha D. Little for more information.
Student Research Guidelines: How SPJ can help students
SPJ is more than happy to help student journalists. We welcome research questions as students pursue studies inside and outside the classroom. We offer a variety of resources and professional experts that are available, but try as we may, our services are not available 24/7/365 - specifically those of our hard-working volunteer experts and committee members. While we recognize those limitations, we will do all we can to assist students. In order to gain that assistance, we ask that students please follow these three guidelines.