VAJTA Story Archive Project

The board is excited to introduce a new project  - the Virginia Story Archive Project. The attached PDF explains exactly what we’re hoping to do, but here are the facts in a nutshell. Every month from now until the...  Read More »

February 3, 2016 • 0 comments

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JEA Journalist of the Year Contest

February 2, 2016

Each year JEA and the state of Virginia recognize a student Journalist of the Year. The contest this year has moved to an online format. The...  Read More »

When Deadlines Laugh at Snow

January 23, 2016

The Blizzard of 2016 (affectionately referred to as Snowzilla) has essentially shut down the state of Virginia. The news is saying, "Stay safe,...  Read More »

JEA Adviser Institute Scholarship: Apply by Feb. 15

January 14, 2016

For the first time in its history, the Virginia Association of Teachers and Advisers is offering a scholarship to send a Virginia adviser to th...  Read More »

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Nominate an Adviser for a VAJTA Award

Mary Kay Downes

Click here to nominate an adviser. Getting nervous about the impending Snowpocalypse? Use this time to warm the heart of a fellow adviser whom YOU can nominate for a V...  Read More »

January 20, 2016 • 0 comments

IMPORTANT DATES

February 12: Journalist of the Year applications due!

February 15: Last day to apply for JEA Advisers Institute Scholarship

February 15: Last day to nominate an adviser for a VAJTA Award.

March 1: jCamp Earlybird Deadline

April 22-23: jDay @Westfield HS

JEA Digital Media Podcasts

Real talk: Now what?

Real talk: Now what?

Sam Hedenberg

It has been almost two months since my week of fun at the annual JEA Adviser's Conference in Las Vegas. And while I'd be lying if I said that I have spent every day of that...  Read More »

September 3, 2015 • 0 comments

Journalism, History and Diversity

May 1, 2015

Taking Inventory: How to keep up with your media equipment

For many advisers the beginning of the school year is an exciting time but one that can be overwhelming with so much to do. As the year gets going, students...  Read More »

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