(registration for summer courses)
N.C. Job Postings
West Johnston High Journalism Teacher
Adviser needed for a comprehensive student media program in Johnston County. Teaching schedule includes Journalism I, Yearbook (currently Balfour), Broadcast News (weekly), Literary Magazine and Online Newspaper. The program boasts a 20-computer Mac lab with two MacBooks and seven professional cameras. Program is currently student produced and student-run, thereby students have their full press rights.
Interested? Contact JenniferSwartz@johnston.k12.nc.us.
Advisers may receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for participating in the N.C. Scholastic Media Institute and certificates of Participation and Attendance in regional workshops.
N.C. high school journalism teachers may apply for a journalism endorsement to their N.C. license with 18 hours of relevant coursework.
NCSMA’s Journalism Fellowship Program
NCSMA offers annual fellowships to N.C. advisers to help them offset summer course expenses. Designed to cover full tuition and lodging expenses for each adviser, the fellowships are application-based.
The program allows teachers to enroll in a one-week, short-term summer course with tuition funding provided by NCSMA.
N.C. journalism teachers and media advisers can qualify for free in-state tuition, lodging and books through this program. The fellowships, awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, are valued at $1,230 per person.
Note: The 2018 summer session course offered will be MEJO 602 Mass Communication Education in the Secondary School. Priority deadline for applications is April 1. Course dates are July 8 to 14.
- Student Press Law Center
- Provides advisers with legal resources, lesson plans and handouts to use in the classrooms, professional associations and email lists to sign up for and articles from superintendents, former teachers and other officials on journalism.