- New ONADC event: 3rd annual Hire These Interns social at the Midlands
Greetings ONADC friends, Summer intern season is in full sing, and that can only mean one thing: It's time for our annual Hire These Interns social! An event for interns and hiring managers alike, the Hire These Interns social is like speeddating, but for journalism jobs. It's an opportunity for folks who are new to the industry to meet folks who are working in the industry and to share potential job opportunities. Do you need to be an intern or a hiring manager to join this event? No! This is also a great opportunity to network over a beer or cider or your beverage of choice. This year's Hire These Interns event will take place at the Midlands, an excellent venue in Parkview and a short walk from the Green Line (Shaw Metro). See you there! PS. Are you hiring? Drop your job listing in our new Facebook group (see below)! We'll print it out and bring it to the event. ------------------------------------------- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! We've created a private ONADC Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1099599593584413/ We're always looking for feedback and to hear your ideas for events. Now you can drop those things here! We'll also use it occasionally to alert the community to other resources, from journo events to job opportunities and more. Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1099599593584413/
- New Event! ONADC & AAJA Happy Hour / Mixer
ONADC is teaming up with the fine folks at AAJA -- the Asian American Journalists Association. AAJA is a membership nonprofit advancing diversity in newsrooms, and ensuring fair and accurate coverage of communities of color. Join us at Hawthorne for a rooftop mixer and meet some follow journos, swap stories, shake some hands and clink some glasses. More about AAJA: https://www.aaja.org/
- March 20th - Let's Talk About Media Unionization in 2019
Join ONADC for a panel about media unionization in 2019. Why are so many newsrooms organizing right now? How does a union drive start— and where does it end? And what's so great about being in a media union, anyway? Whether you're interested in unionizing or skeptical of the labor movement, we've convened a panel to answer your questions. There will be some time to mingle (AKA *networking*), some drinks provided by WGAE, and a short Q&A after our panel. Join us! PANEL: Arsenia Reilly-Collins - WGAE Director of Contract Campaigns Rebekah Entralgo - Reporter at ThinkProgress, WGAE organizer/member Evan Mackinder - Senior Audience Development Editor at Slate, WGAE organizer/member Moderator: Alexia Fernández Campbell, Labor Reporter at Vox
- THE PRESS & POLITICS (A free POLITICO event)
Hi friends - We wanted to pass along an upcoming event hosted by our friends at the POLITICO Journalism Institute. Details follow - Please note this is NOT an ONADC event, and you will have to RSVP on their website, here: https://thepresspolitics.splashthat.com/ Join POLITICO journalists along with Kristen Welker (NBC), Wesley Lowery (The Washington Post), Shawna Thomas (Vice News), Sonya Ross (The Associated Press) and other D.C.-based journalists for this event, featuring training and networking opportunities to help launch your career — or take it to the next level. This free program is a special project of the POLITICO Journalism Institute, which aims to increase diversity in Washington newsrooms. The Press & Politics is a free event, including lunch, but registration is required due to limited seating. RSVP HERE: https://thepresspolitics.splashthat.com/ RSVP'ing on this Meetup will NOT grant you entree.
- June Meetup at The Atlantic!
Join us at The Atlantic for The Product Manager Panel! Happy summer, ONADC! We're kicking off June with a panel discussion about one of the hottest and most interesting gigs in the online news world: product management. Join us at The Atlantic as we convene a Q&A with three media leaders in the product space. They'll answer common questions (so.. what is a product manager, anyway? And how do you do...that?), and we'll ask them how they got to this point in their careers. And if you're *really* good, maybe they'll also tell us where they think product is going in the next five years. The Atlantic is kind enough to sponsor this event and offer food and beverages. So come hungry, thirsty, and ready to ask questions! Our panelists include: Stacey Goers, Product Manager at NPR Anika Gupta, Senior Product Manager at The Atlantic Heidi Strom-Moon, Product Manager at Slate
- 'Shock and Awe' screening and panel at the Newseum
We've been invited by McClatchy to attend a screening of "Shock and Awe." The new film, directed by Rob Reiner, is focused on the Knight Ridder journalists who reported that there were no weapons of mass destruction in the leadup to the Iraq invasion. There are a limited number of seats, and every guest is allowed to take a plus one. Please keep this in mind when you RSVP. Depending on interest, those who are waitlisted may be added to the RSVP list closer to the date. Event: 6:30 p.m. reception 7:30 p.m. screening After the screening: A panel discussion with Reiner and the journalists portrayed in the film
- Let's go for a walk.
Hi friends! This month, we've been invited to join Walk With Locals. The group will take us on a photo walk, starting at the Small Planes Coffee (there's free coffee!) and ending at the National Arboretum (so pretty). We'll chat about using your mobile phones for photo and video. Yes, we know it's not near a metro station. But we hope you come anyway. If you do plan on coming, please, please, please RSVP at the link below so Small Planes can plan accordingly. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/walk-with-locals-arboretum-edition-tickets-45695306893 Thanks and hope to see you on May 12! Team #ONADC