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Seeking free training in business journalism? Check our fall schedule

Jaimi Dowdell, IRE, SABEW, Reynolds Center workshop

Jaimi Dowdell (right), training director for Investigative Reporters and Editors, teaches computer-assisted reporting at a Reynolds Center workshop in Indianapolis. She will teach a similar workshop for business journalists in Montana in October.

If your training budget’s been squeezed, the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism can help with free training in business journalism. Check our six-month schedule of training, taught by award-winning journalists and professors.

We have a free workshop in Montana on computer-assisted reporting and in New York on digging into financial statements, plus a business journalism boot camp in Portland, Ore.

We also offer training in how to track companies’ influence on politics at the SPJ/RTDNA Excellence in Journalism Conference in Fort Lauderdale and in how to be an entrepreneur and cover the economy better at the UNITY Convention in Las Vegas.

In addition, we have a free, live webinar on telling great stories with Diana B. Henriques, longtime New York Times writer and best-selling author. Other free webinars will help you delve into SEC filings and find economic stories in Bureau of Labor Statistics and Census data.

And we offer all-expenses-paid, intensive training in financials in Phoenix.

Plus, we provide free self-guided training, beat basics and daily coverage tips off the news at BusinessJournalism.org.

REYNOLDS CENTER’S FALL TRAINING SCHEDULE

Learn in just one hour a day with these free webinars:

And don’t miss these workshops:

Apply today for all-expenses-paid financial training:

To suggest topics for training or host a workshop, please contact Executive Director Linda Austin at 602-496-9187. You can also sign up for biweekly updates on upcoming free training.

About the Author

Linda Austin is the executive director of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. A former business editor at The Philadelphia Inquirer, she spent a decade as a top newsroom leader, serving as the editor of the Lexington Herald-Leader in Kentucky; executive editor of The News-Sentinel in Fort Wayne, Ind.; and managing editor of the News & Record in Greensboro, N.C. She offers business-story ideas and notes good #bizreads @LindaAustin_

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