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IJEA Blog: Becoming a CJE is well worth the effort

IJEA Blog: Becoming a CJE is well worth the effort

Trudy Hurd, CJE, Retired Journalism Educator

October 10, 2016


Filed under IJEA Blog, Press On!

A decade ago, Trudy Hurd put in the hard work to pass JEA's Certified Journalism Educator exam. The now-retired yearbook adviser explains why all advisers should embark on the journey to becoming certified.

Become a Certified or Master Journalism Educator at the 2016 IJEA Fall Conference

Become a Certified or Master Journalism Educator at the 2016 IJEA Fall Conference

By Amanda Bright, IJEA Co-Secretary and Region 5 Board Member

June 11, 2016


Filed under Adviser Recognition, Conferences/Workshops, Resources

For the second year, the Journalism Education Association will be offering the exam to become a Certified Journalism Educator or a Master Journalism Educator at the 2016 Fall Conference (Friday, Sept. 16) held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The designation of Certified Journal...

Story of Becoming a CJE: Southern Illinois yearbook adviser tells others to ‘be brave’

Story of Becoming a CJE: Southern Illinois yearbook adviser tells others to ‘be brave’

Trudy Hurd, CJE, Cisne High School yearbook adviser

April 21, 2015


Filed under Adviser Recognition, Resources

I proudly put the CJE designation by my name not so much because I passed the exam, but that inwardly I feel I am an expert in a specialized field.

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