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2019 Curtis Kenner Memorial Summer Camp Grants

2019 Curtis Kenner Memorial Summer Camp Grants

April 29, 2019

This grant provides money toward summer journalism workshops for high school students. Their advisers must be active participants in jSTL. Grants up to $300 will be paid directly to the camps. This grant is only for camp registration fees and cannot be used for travel and lodging. The number of grants de...

Bruce Schnedier Memorial Leadership Scholarship 2019

Bruce Schnedier Memorial Leadership Scholarship 2019

April 29, 2019

The Bruce Schneider Memorial Leadership Scholarship is given to one student to reward and encourage publications editors and school leaders to continue their leadership talents into college. Students do not have to pursue journalism in college to qualify. It is $2,000. Applications are due by noon (12 pm) on Friday, May 17.QUALIFICATIONSMust be a graduating senior i...

Kirkwood student journalists invite area schools to join in Suicide Awareness Week

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Kirkwood Call staff

February 12, 2019

The following is a letter from the journalism students at Kirkwood High School.We are students from the Kirkwood High School journalism program. This year, we will be holding our fourth annual Suicide Awareness Week (SAW) April 1-5 on our campus. One of the events is an assembly featuring Mark Norwi...

2019 contests are now open

2019 contests are now open

January 18, 2019

We are now accepting entries for our 2019 contests. Current jSTL members can submit entries through our contest portal until Monday, February 18 at 11 pm. On the portal page, scroll through the list to find 2019 journalismSTL Contests and then select your school/adviser name to log in. If you cannot remember your login informati...

Conference schedule and map now available

The fall conference keynote will be in the Busch Student Center. Breakout sessions are in the BSC, Ritter Hall and the Lecture Hall building. Parking for speakers and advisers driving personal cars is in the Laclede Garage.

October 18, 2018

 We encourage all participants to download the conference app for a complete listing of sessions.  If you already have Yapp on your phone, you can search for our schedule using the code JSTL18.At this time, we do not have a PDF map of SLU but do have the image shown to the right. This map is also a...

jSTL selects Pulitzer winner for 2018 conference keynote

jSTL selects Pulitzer winner for 2018 conference keynote

August 28, 2018

The journalismSTL executive board is pleased to announce that Chris Canipe is the keynote speaker for the 2018 fall conference.Chris Canipe is a senior visual journalist at Axios, a startup news organization based in Washington, D.C., which means he tells stories with charts and data. He spent 6 years...

2018-2019 Membership Form

2018-2019 Membership Form

June 26, 2018

Annual membership is $45 per adviser if paid by the fall conference. After the conference, the late member registration is $55 per advisers. Only jSTL members are allowed to enter annual contests or to apply for scholarships and grants. Members also receive discounted registration rates for the fall...

Join us May 15 for our final meeting of the school year

Join us May 15 for our final meeting of the school year

April 17, 2018

Our end of the year celebration and final meeting of the year is Tuesday, May 15 at 5 pm at Granite City Food & Brewery. We will have awards for schools to pick up.Please let us know if you'll be able to make it. ...

Eureka student named 2018 Schneider recipient

Sarah Myers from Eureka High School is the 2018 recipient of the Bruce Schneider Memorial Leadership Scholarship. Next fall, Myers will attend Elon University, majoring in journalism.

March 7, 2018

Sarah Myers of Eureka High School is the journalismSTL Bruce Schneider Memorial Leadership Scholarship recipient for 2018.Myers serves as the first person to lead all three publication staffs (Eurekana Yearbook, EHS-hub News website and Digital Media staff) at Eureka High School and plans to carry on ...