Crimson journalism summit
Envision the future of journalism.
The Fall Journalism Conference is a two-day virtual event for high school journalists with all levels of experience. Participants will attend seminars on different aspects of journalism led by our editors and executives and panels on how to incorporate journalism experiences into college applications. The conference provides participants with the opportunity to learn from and interact with experienced college journalists. By working with our editors as well as fellow attendees, all participants will improve their skills and strengthen their interest in journalism, coming up with new ideas that they can then implement in their own papers. We look forward to meeting you on Saturday and Sunday, November 14th and 15th, 2020!
Central to our fall conference is innovation in journalism; our seminar offerings, in addition to teaching techniques on how to improve journalistic skills, will focus on how to stay ahead in this rapidly changing field and how to advance newspaper organizations as a whole. Examples of innovation in high-school journalism covered by our seminars include online-only content, long-form journalism, harnessing social media, producing videos, online strategy, blogs, and alternative revenue streams beyond print advertising.
Conference Registration Fees (per student) (ends on November 12th, 2020):
Returning School Groups and Spring registrants: $39
New School Groups: $49
Individual Students $59
*For our group pricing, groups will consist of schools that have 5 or more students that will attend the conference. Groups with smaller sizes will be applied the individual student price.
Frequently asked questions
How do I know I've registered and paid successfully?
You will receive a confirmation email within the next week with the conference schedule and attendee form.
I didn't receive a confirmation email. What should I do?
Don't worry! Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Registration Check: [School Name] and we'll be in touch to get things fixed.
Can I pay via check?
Yes, you can. After you complete registration, please send an email to email@example.com with subject line: Check Payment: [School Name] and we will send you the invoice and appropriate details.
I need an invoice. What should I do?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Invoice Needed: [School Name] and we'll send it along!
More students would like to attend. What should I do?
We'd love to have them! Please send an email to programs@thecrimson with subject title: Registration Change: [School Name] and we'll work with you from there!
I'm arriving late. What should I do?
No worries, we totally understand. Just send an email with the estimated time of arrival to email@example.com with subject line: Late Arrival: [School Name] and we’ll make separate registration arrangements.
I would like to leave early. What should I do?
Not a problem at all! Just send a email with your approximate time of departure to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Early Departure: [School Name].
I loved the conference and want to leave a review! What should I do?
We're so glad you enjoyed it. We always love hearing from you guys, so please leave us your comments in the Feedback tab! If you have specific shout-outs, let us know too!
I would like to attend again. What should I do?
We'd love to have you! Please do stay connected. You can subscribe to our email list (coming soon!) and you'll be updated with event updates and product releases!
What time will the conference be held at?
While we are still determining a final time, we are tentatively looking to run the conference from 12pm - 5pm EST on both days.