Why Join TABJ?
Being a TABJ member allows you direct access to the Triangle’s best journalists of color and diversity. You’ll be one of the first to learn about job openings, interact with like-minded professionals and partake in networking opportunities with other local organizations.
Monthly Membership Meetings:
Members are encouraged to attend our monthly meetings where you’ll have the opportunity to get face time with our board members, as well as network with other industry professionals in the Triangle. TABJ meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of every month – email us for more details: email@example.com
Create programs to recruit new members, reclaim former members and retain current members. Shall evaluate all membership applications.
Implement and update scholarship programs for area college students.
Monitor local and national media for discrimination and other injustices in coverage of members of the African diaspora.
Constitution and Operating Procedures
Consider any proposed amendments to the TABJ constitution and operating procedures suggested by any full member.
Create events and activities to increase funds for scholarships and chapter expenses.
Annual Membership Dues:
Full Member $40
Full-time journalists, including reporters, editors, photographers, newsroom managers, full-time freelancers and others who produce, gather, disseminate and distribute news or manage such.
Associate Member $25
Former full-time journalists, part-time freelancers, journalism professors, public relations experts, authors and other media related professionals.
Student Member $15.00
Full-time student at an accredited college or university. Concentration must be in communications.