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About the New Jersey Collegiate Press Association

This website IS the New Jersey Collegiate Press Association.

"Membership" in NJCPA is free and it's open to all New Jersey's college student journalists.

The association is a resource for college students who work for, advise and manage campus newspapers.

New Jersey's college students say they want New Jersey Collegiate Press Association give them information about how they can produce better newspapers, recruit staff members, solicit advertising, avoid libel suits and stave off censorship.

They want to know about job and internship opportunities, scholarships and graduate school.

And they want opportunities to talk with one another about their mutual problems.

The links and addresses this website are intended to promote all of those goals.

We update this page regularly with information that points student journalists to the resources they want.

Check in with us often.

 

Facts about NJCPA

Support for New Jersey Collegiate Press Association comes from New Jersey Press Foundation, the philanthropic arm of New Jersey Press Association.

NJCPA started in 1996 with grants from the foundation and a private donor.

NJCPA launched its website in February 1997.

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To Contact NJPF

John J. O'Brien, Director
New Jersey Press Foundation
810 Bear Tavern Road
Suite 305
West Trenton, NJ 08628-1022

phone: (609) 406-0600, ext.13
fax: (609) 406-0300
e-mail: jjobrien@njpa.org

 


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The mission of NJCPA is to advance the prestige and integrity of New Jersey college newspapers.