SPJ Florida offers free listings to help connect job-seekers with jobs and editors with freelancers. Find a job – Looking for a full-time/part-time job, an internship, freelance opportunities, or contract work? Check SPJ Florida’s jobs listing for positions in journalism, public relations and writing. Hiring managers can also post positions here. Find a Florida editor […]

Minutes from April 26, 2018

Minutes from April 26, 2018 SPJ Florida Board of Directors Meeting 7 p.m. | Thursday, April 26, 2018 The Grind Coffee Shop | Fort Lauderdale THE BOARD Christiana Lilly, President Abbi Perry, Executive Vice President Ryan Dailey (via chat), VP for membership Emily Bloch, Vice President of Programming Brendon Lies, Secretary Chris Persaud, Treasurer Dori […]

SPJ Florida Presents Free Facebook Training Session

Learn how to use Facebook for good instead of evil. Facebook has been all over the news recently. But did you know you can use Facebook to cover your own news? SPJ and Facebook have teamed up to train journalists around the country on Facebook’s best practices and best-kept secrets. The traveling program stops at Florida Atlantic […]

SPJ Florida Leads Discussion on Abuse in the Newsroom

SPJ Florida brought together experts from across the country to participate in a webinar discussing how to end the abuse of power in the newsroom. The panelists were Alison Bethel McKenzie, the executive director of SPJ, Ally Coll Steele, attorney and founder of the Purple Campaign, and Cary Hughes Weekes, the co-founder of Press Forward. […]

Rebecca Schneid Honored as High School Journalist of the Year

Rebecca Schneid, the co-editor-in-chief of The Eagle Eye at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, was awarded the inaugural Teenlink/Sun Sentinel/SPJ Florida High School Journalism Awards. The junior was presented with a certificate on April 30 at Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School in Davie, where her fellow newsroom colleagues swept the awards with 18 […]