Since the founding of ONA in 1999, thousands of people have been involved with the organization in myriad roles and opportunities. Many of them in programs where we’ve highlights the individuals involved. Explore these programs and profiles below.
Stand-out journalists under age 30 whose work represents the best of new media. Learn more about the fellowship.
The slate of candidates for the ONA Board of Directors. Each year, the half of the seats on the board are up for election or appointment. Learn more about the election process.
Students who were creating innovative projects that further the ideals of digital journalism. The program ran three years – from 2012 to 2014. Learn more about the program.
These professional mentors were chosen as volunteers to work with the Student Newsroom, which immerses undergraduate and graduate college students in a digital media environment by providing hands-on experience during the three-day Online News Association Conference & Awards Banquet. Learn more about the program.
The Student Newsroom immerses undergraduate and graduate college students in a digital media environment by providing hands-on experience during the three-day Online News Association Conference & Awards Banquet. Students produce content for the conference website before and during the conference under the personal guidance of professional mentors. Learn more about the program.
Students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) receive hands-on experience during the ONA Conference, with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Read more about the program.
Participants in the program are promising women leaders pushing innovation in their organization. They represent a range of backgrounds, expertise and newsrooms around the globe. The intensive program supercharges leadership and management skills. Learn more about the program.
The array of speakers features at ONA events. This section is still under construction. More speakers will be uploaded in the coming months.
Highlighting digital journalists from diverse backgrounds with experience reporting for mobile and social platforms. Read more about the fellowship.
Journalism 360 is a global network of storytellers accelerating the understanding and production of immersive journalism. Ambassadors in the program are advocates for the craft and field. Learn more about the program.
All the people who have helped make ONA what it is today from the staff and the board.
The Collaborative is led by a six-person leadership team and caters to Newsrooms who are deeply committed to diversifying their organizations through mentorship programs. Thirteen members of the community were selected for a fellowship opportunity throughout 2017. Learn more about the program.
The organizers of ONA Local groups from across the United States and the world, including several student groups at universities. Find a local group near you.