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WINNERS of the 2016-17
College Newspaper Contest


Click here to see results - text version

Click here to order duplicate awards

 

 

You've seen the winners... now come celebrate the results!

NJ Collegiate Press Spring Conference
& Awards Luncheon 2017

Saturday, April 8, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

The Courtyard Marriott
Cranbury, NJ

Featured presentation:
Investigative Journalism as Social Imperative

Presented by:
Barbara Boyer, Reporter, The Philadelphia Inquirer

Come listen to Barbara's stories and tips for achieving hard-hitting investigative journalism on campus and beyond; as well as insights to help navigate the journalism career path.

More info/register

 

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2017 Summer Internships

Jules L. Plangere, Jr. Internship Program
Summer internships are awarded annually to both in-state collegiate journalists as well as in-state “residents” studying collegiately outside N.J. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are selected competitively for the eight-week full-time experience and earn a minimum of $3,200.  Among the approximately 14 awarded annually are specially named summer internships including:
  ·       Mac Borg Internships
  ·       John J. O’Brien Internship
  ·
       Lloyd P. Burns Internship

Click here for the complete application packet and instructions.

Isaac Roth Media / Business Internship
An eight-week summer internship at a New Jersey newspaper or media company is also provided to a competitively-selected student interested in pursuing a media career in business and/or audience-development/circulation. Student will earn a minimum of $3,200.

Click here for the complete application packet and instructions.

For more information about these programs, contact Peggy Arbitell, at (609) 406-0600, ext. 14, or parbitell@njpa.org.

 

2017 Scholarship Programs

Bernard Kilgore Memorial Scholarship
$5,000 college scholarship awarded to a high school student who is planning to pursue a career in journalism. This student also is named the Garden State Scholastic Press Association's New Jersey High School Journalist of the Year.

APPLICATION

 

Bob Stevens Memorial Scholarship
$2,000 college scholarship awarded through the Garden State Scholastic Press Association to a high school senior who has demonstrated dedication to their school newspaper or yearbook.

APPLICATION
 

Richard Drukker Memorial Scholarship
$2,000 scholarship awarded to an outstanding Montclair State University student journalist.

APPLICATION
 

David West Memorial Scholarship
$
1,000 scholarship awarded to an outstanding collegiate journalist, attending one of the four colleges/universities located in Mercer County and who has demonstrated an interest in their student newspaper or news site.

APPLICATION
 

For more information about these programs, contact Peggy Arbitell, at (609) 406-0600, ext. 14, or parbitell@njpa.org.
 




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Mission Statement

To help develop the next generation of journalists and informed citizens,
and to promote the importance of a free press to our democracy.



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NJ Collegiate Press Association

NEWS


2016-17 College Contest Results
Check out the winners
HERE


It's Contest Season!
College Contest Rules for 2016-17

The New Jersey College Newspaper Contest rules are available now.





 



Founded in 1962 as the charitable arm of the New Jersey Press Association.

NJPF is a charitable 501(c)(3) foundation for inspiring youth readership, advancing student journalism, providing scholarships and professional internships, and boosting the public’s understanding of the free press and its role in our democratic society.

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