Congratulations to all the winners at CCMA’s Excellence in Student Media Awards Banquet held Saturday night at San Jose State. More than 150 students and advisers attended the event. Earlier in the day CCMA held a career workshop in which students got to network with professionals from the Bay Area and receive advice on jump starting their careers.
The Daily Californian at UC Berkeley won general excellence in both the print and online categories for daily newspapers. The UC San Diego Guardian took home general excellence in print for weeklies and the El Don at Santa Ana College was the general excellence winner in print for publications that publish less than once a week. In the magazine category, CSU Fullerton’s Tusk Magazine won first place for genreal excellence.
For more the list of winners and judges’s comments, click here.
CCMA now accepting applications for two $1,000 Career Development scholarships; deadline is May 20, 2013
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CCMA: Training, Support, Recognition
The California College Media Association is a statewide organization that works to stimulate communication, organization and leadership among California media students and advisers at community colleges and universities in California.
This year, CCMA is connecting with more local chapters of professional journalism associations to include our students in their events or mixers. Check here, our Facebook page and Twitter (@calcollegemedia) for these opportunities. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organization was founded in 2003 by a group of media advisers dedicated to supporting student journalists. The group hosts an annual training workshop aimed at arming students with the most innovative ideas in media and a yearly excellence in student media competition showcasing the best in the state.