The latest journalism convention partnership is designed to add some job-hunting heft to NABJ.
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and Journalismnext.com have announced that they are working together to offer convention-goers this summer a resume database that should help both job-seekers and organizations looking to fill jobs.
Journalismnext.com is a job and community website for minority journalists and media professionals. NABJ’s 2013 convention will be in Orlando from July 31 to Aug. 4.
If participants submit resumes to the database before the event, employers can access it before, during and after the convention. If you are planning to attend NABJ 2013, here’s a page on NABJ’s site that will walk you through how to submit your resume to Journalismnext.com: Attention, Job Seekers!
Eric Wee, president of Journalismnext.com, said that resumes, open jobs, internships, fellowships and programs posted in the next two months will be highlighted at the convention and sent out in email blasts to the 18,000 minority journalists registered with the jobs site.