Training and Mentorship

The cornerstone of JAWS’ work is training and mentorship. Often this takes place at our annual Conference and Mentorship Program (CAMP) gathering, but we also strive to provide opportunities for members to connect through regional gatherings and trainings. In addition, we also work to partner up mentors who wish to share their experience and expertise with mentees who seek to grow, advance and lead. We call this symbiosis, as mentoring is often a two-way exchange.

D.C. book party gathering

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JAWS members in D.C. gathered at Patricia Sullivan’s house this weekend for a fun book party for “Deadlines,” a murder mystery novel by Paul McHugh, my journalist-turned-novelist husband. Almost a dozen JAWS members  plus a number of Stanford Knight Fellow alums & other friends attended.

2010 Fall Symposium in Texas!

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About 110 journalists attended the JAWS 26th annual conference, or “camp,” Oct. 22-24 at Tapatio Springs Resort in Boerne, Texas, outside San Antonio. Panels throughout the weekend included a group of women covering the Mexico-U.S. Border, the latest trends in food writing and blogging, how to build a profitable freelance career, launching an entrepreneurial multimedia […]