- An interactive session designed to teach journalists how to quickly uncover, identify, and critically assess the most impactful information in a financial news story, then clearly deliver that story on camera for a sophisticated audience
- Conversations with CNBC professionals to identify the most effective tools to improve storytelling
Perhaps you joined the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) as a student decades ago and your membership lapsed.
Perhaps you finally realized all of the great benefits an NAHJ membership affords and you felt it was the right time to join.
Regardless of the reason, your membership in NAHJ will help the organization show the strength in our numbers — not just in the number of Latinos in newsrooms, but in the allies that want to see more diverse faces and stories at media companies across the country.
Joining or renewing is easy: Log-on to NAHJ.org and under the membership tab choose Join/Renew. If you’re renewing, sign-in (if you forgot your password that’s okay!). If not create a new account to become a member!
The cost of a membership is reasonable too: Only $35 for a regular membership and $25 for a student.
If you are in the Bay Area, which if you are reading this post you probably are, then don’t forget to affiliate with our chapter. The national office keeps 70 percent of the cost of the dues, and the chapter receives 30 percent. If you don’t affiliate, the Bay Area chapter doesn’t get your portion of the dues and every bit helps us with programming!
Thanks again for becoming a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Remember that NAHJ is a 501(c)(3) organization and your membership is tax-deductible.