Chapter updates, volunteer & job opportunities
Thank you to everyone who attended our mixer at Border X Brewing. We had an opportunity to meet new board members and local journalists who are killing it! Next event will be in September, so make sure you keep an eye on your email.
Volunteer opportunities with our new committees
We recently created new committees to support our board and create more opportunities for our members. The committees require a commitment of one meeting a month and around 5-7 hours of work a month. Email nahjsandiego(at)gmail.com to learn more or join.
The Membership and Recruiting Committee is tasked with building connections with newsrooms and local journalists. They are planning ways to highlight the work of members and get more people to join NAHJ.
The Events Committee aka party people committee is tasked with organizing fun and educational events for our members. They will work on building relationships with venues and business owners.
The Communications Committee will focus on newsletters, website and social media communication with members. They will make sure information is updated on line and engage with members and prospective members.
The Scholarship Committee is our oldest and most active committee. This committee is in charge of fundraising, planning and organizing our annual scholarship. This committee required a commitment of at least 10 hours a month.
Local job openings
Scatena Daniels seeks a self-driven, entrepreneurial-minded, and talented Senior Account Executive to join our agency. Our ideal teammate will manage multiple day-to-day client and agency requests focused on media relations, marketing, social media, and client services. More: https://bit.ly/37DkfwD
We are looking to hire a Senior Manager of Communications and Media Relations at UC San Diego Health—a writing-intensive position that will focus on cancer research. https://employment.ucsd.edu/110727-media-communications-specialist-4/job/17409996
KPBS San Diego: Seeking an Assistant News Producer/Penner Fellow Intern. The KPBS Assistant News Producer position (ie, the Penner Fellow Intern) is geared toward journalists starting out in their careers – either recently graduated from college, in their final year of college, or starting a new career in journalism. This position close on Aug. 25 at 4 p.m. Apply online at https://lnkd.in/gDWQUKgA