• Journalism Education Association – Memberships for journalism, teachers, publication advisers, libraries, departments of journalism, media professionals and college students. Publication: Communication: Journalism Education Today (C:JET); Newswire newsletter; JEA Bookstore; Conventions, Scholarships, Awards, Workshops, Contests, and Critiques.
  • Columbia Scholastic Press Association – A national educational program sponsored by Columbia University to help student publications improve the quality of their products. Memberships open to student newspapers, magazines, yearbooks in schools and colleges. Provides workshops, conferences, critique services and awards.
  • Student Press Law Center – Members include student journalists, advisers and media professionals. Publications: Student Press Law Center Report; Law of the Student Press and others. Offers free advice and opinions on any law media topics. Awards and internships are available.
  • ASNE Youth Journalism Initiative – An excellent resource site presented by the American Society of Newspaper Editors through its Youth Journalism Initiative. Provides journalism-related training and resources for students and teachers across the curriculum. ASNE Youth Journalism Initiative sponsors the Quill and Scroll International Writing and Photo Contest. ASNE Youth Journalism Initiative’s “goal is for every student to learn why news matters and acquire the skills needed to succeed as 21st Century citizens.”
  • ASNE Reynolds High School Journalism Institute – An intensive two-week journalism training program for secondary-school teachers, the Reynolds High School Journalism Institute is coordinated by the ASNE Youth Journalism Initiative. The Institutes combine in-depth instruction on journalism skills with hands-on experience in reporting, writing, editing, design, videography, photography, multimedia and online news. Teachers learn how to help students develop news literacy skills and understand their rights and ethical responsibilities as student journalists and citizens. Institutes are held at several locations each summer. Expenses are paid for teachers selected to participate.
  • The Newseum – A fun and informational resource site for journalism teachers, advisers and student journalists. The only interactive museum of news that engages participants in decision-making and provides an insider’s view of today’s press and its issues.
  • National Scholastic Press Association – Geared toward students and student publications. Publication: Trends in High School Media. Conventions, Scholarships, Awards and Critique Services available.
  • American Journalism Review – Provides links to online newsmedia, job banks, news articles and other interesting newslinks.
  • The Poynter Institute – Provides news articles, commentary, seminar information, a high school journalism guide and “everything you need to be a better journalist.”
  • Dow Jones Newspaper Fund – The Newspaper Fund is a national foundation with an emphasis on education for students and educators as part of our mission to promote careers in print and online journalism.
  • Center for Scholastic Journalism – The Center for Scholastic Journalism is a clearinghouse with information for and about student journalists and their advisers, a research center on issues affecting scholastic media, and an advocate for student press freedom and First Amendment.