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The Education Writers Association is pleased to announce a call for proposals for its next class of EWA Reporting Fellows. The fellowships provide financial awards to journalists to undertake ambitious reporting and writing projects. This will be the eighth class of EWA Reporting Fellows.
Rick Wilson is the multimedia and IT manager for the Education Writers Association. In addition to overseeing technical aspects of EWA’s website and member support systems, he is producer/engineer of the EWA Radio podcast and webinars, as well as other technical areas of the day to day operations at EWA.
Extend your messaging and show your support of EWA’s high-quality resources by sponsoring a digital event.
We invite you to build visibility for your organization while supporting education journalists.
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The Education Writers Association plays a unique and prominent role in serving the nation’s education journalism community.
Spread your organization’s message and underscore your support of education reporting with a sponsorship of EWA.
Reach a growing community of reporters from news outlets ranging from the most influential national publications to key regional and locally oriented outlets.
And build good will with thought leaders, researchers, and communication professionals at education organizations across the country.
To best meet your needs, EWA has many tailored options – from major sponsorships of our flagship National Seminar to sponsored newsletter messages. For more, see our EWA Fundraising Guidelines.
If you would like more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Rachel Wolin.
Rachel Wolin is development director for the Education Writers Association, where she collaborates with senior staff and leadership to ensure the financial health of EWA in order to better serve its members and the education journalism community at large.
Per EWA’s bylaws, the board officers are empowered to act as a steering committee and to take emergency action between meetings of the board. Such action must be presented at the next board meeting for review and ratification.
This committee oversees the development of strategy for the continued growth and evolution of the organization’s programming. The Program Strategy Committee is the go-to group for shaping EWA’s efforts to achieve Strategic Goal 1: Increase the skills and knowledge of our members to cover the education beat effectively.