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FREE DJTF Webinar: Crafting The Best Workshop Proposal For #NABJ13

By Benét J. Wilson, chair, NABJ Digital Journalism Task Force & social media/newsletters editor, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

The call is out for workshop proposals for the 2013 National Association of Black Journalists Annual Convention and Career Fair in Orlando, Fla.  There are always questions on what workshops should be included and how a winning proposal should look like.

Join NABJ 2013 Convention Program Committee Chair Benet Wilson — along with committee members Sarah Glover (NBC10 Philadelphia social media editor and PABJ president), Denise Clay (writer/editor, Philadelphia Sunday Sun and adjunct professor at Temple University) and Glenn Proctor (40-year journalism veteran and founder of career services consultancy ReddJob)  — for a discussion on how to craft the perfect workshop proposal.

The free webinar will be held on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 8-9 p.m. ET.  Click here to register.

Using examples from the Philadelphia and New Orleans conventions, these veterans of the Program Committee will discuss how to make your proposals pop. We will also cover what won’t make the cut.  We’ll also leave time for questions and answers.

If you can’t make it on Sept. 27, please feel free to submit your questions in advance at @NABJDigital, on the DJTF Facebook page or via email at benet AT aviationqueen DOT com. The webinar will be recorded for future listening.

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