70th EWA National Seminar

Overview

70th EWA National Seminar
Washington, DC • May 31–June 2, 2017

EWA’s National Seminar is the largest annual gathering of journalists on the education beat. This multiday conference provides participants with top-notch training delivered through dozens of interactive sessions on covering education from early childhood through graduate school. Featuring prominent speakers, engaging campus visits, and plentiful networking opportunities, this must-attend conference provides participants with deeper understanding of the latest developments in education, a lengthy list of story ideas, and a toolbox of sharpened journalistic skills.

Apply for a Travel Scholarship

Register to Attend

EWA’s National Seminar is the largest annual gathering of journalists on the education beat. This multiday conference provides participants with top-notch training delivered through dozens of interactive sessions on covering education from early childhood through graduate school. Featuring prominent speakers, engaging campus visits, and plentiful networking opportunities, this must-attend conference provides participants with deeper understanding of the latest developments in education, a lengthy list of story ideas, and a toolbox of sharpened journalistic skills.

Apply for a Travel Scholarship

Register to Attend

Information

Hotel & Travel Information for 70th EWA National Seminar

Hotel

We are finalizing the hotel now. We will notify you when the room block opens.

Sessions

Unless noted in the agenda, all National Seminar sessions will be held on the Georgetown University campus.

Sessions will run from 9:00 a.m. on May 31 through 3:00 p.m. on June 2.

Sponsorship Info

Exposure Opportunities at the 70th EWA National Seminar
Sponsorship, Exhibition & Advertising Available

Don’t miss your chance to market your presence during EWA’s National Seminar, the largest gathering of education journalists in the nation.

This year the National Seminar will bring together some 500 journalists, experts, and supporting community members for two and a half days of intense session, including standalone speakers, panel discussions, how-to workshops, and local site visits.