TABJ Untold Stories: The Evolution of Diversity in Newsrooms
TABJ held the "Untold Stories: Veteran Journalists Discuss the Evolution in Newsrooms" panel at Saturday, Feb. 22, at the Artz at the Ritz Theatre. Neill McNeill moderated the panel that included Sandra Hughes (formerly of WFMY News 2), Don Griffin (formerly of WSOC-TV) and investigative journalist Phoebe Zerwick. See a recap at http://sfy.co/rPZ2.
TABJ Resume/LinkedIn Workshop
TABJ members helped 25 students from Bennett College, N.C. A&T State University, Winston-Salem State University, Forsyth Tech Community College and UNCG during the resume workshop on Oct. 5, 2013. TABJers helped the aspiring journalists improve their resumes, reels, LinkedIn profiles, online portfolios and interview skills during the presentations and one-on-one critiques. (Photos courtesy of TABJ VP of Print Chad Roberts)
TABJ at Community Outreach Day
TABJ, WSSU Nurses Alumni Association & the City of Winston-Salem offered free health services to families in Winston-Salem in conjunction with Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church on July 27, 2013.( Photos courtesy of TABJ VP of Print Chad Roberts)
A TABJ Ten Pin Affair
About 30 people bowled with TABJ during its first bowling fundraiser at Triad Lanes in Greensboro on Dec. 10, 2011.
The Palmetto Social
Current and prospective members of TABJ dined at The Palmetto in downtown Greensboro on June 18, 2011, to meet one another and discuss goals for the next calendar year.
Panel: "The Negro Beat: Breaking News and Breaking Barriers"
On March 26, 2011, five journalists who helped integrate media outlets in the Piedmont Triad discussed the challenges they faced and how they overcame them. About 30 people gathered at the International Civil Rights Center & Musem in downtown Greensboro to participate in the discussion.
TABJ's First Social
On May 14, 2010, journalists from around the Triad convened at Vintage 301 in downtown Greensboro to learn about the burgeoning organization.