ONA’s online job board, open to the entire digital journalism community, offers access to hundreds of career opportunities. For recruiters, we offer a targeted approach that allows you to find only the most relevant candidates, including instant resume access, easy online account management and significant discounts for ONA members. For job seekers, we offer free access to everyone in the journalism community, member and non-members, including confidential resume posting, career-related content and multiple ways to search for jobs.
Our Build Your Own Ethics Code project is designed to help news organizations, educators, small startups and individual bloggers create codes of ethics that reflect journalism practices in the digital age.
ONA’s Legal Affairs Committee works with the Board of Directors to formulate the organization’s position on legal issues that impact our members and the digital journalism community. The committee reviews lawsuits with an eye toward joining, either as a party or as an amicus (or “friend of the court”), as well as proposed briefs and legislation that may affect how journalists do their jobs. Learn more about the committee’s recent and past work on behalf of ONA members.
The MJ Bear Fellowships identify and celebrate early-career digital journalists, working independently or for a company or organization, who have demonstrated — through professional experimentation, research or other projects — that they deserve support for their efforts and/or vision. Learn more about the fellows and details on how to apply.
There are any number of pressing media issues in the digital age — we’re sure you can come up with a handful without breaking a sweat. ONA Issues is your platform to define them, share them, explore them and get a better fix on how they impact the work you do. Here we’ll look to you for your perspectives and conversations and help jump-start discussions by posting insightful reporting, commentary and analysis from anywhere and everywhere. We’re here to listen and learn. Join us.
We’re still in awe of all of the great ideas and connections made at the 2017 Online News Association Conference in Washington D.C. With 3,000 attendees, it was our largest conference yet. Here, we’ve pulled together a myriad of resources to bring the sessions, attendees and conversations to you, from audio to video to ways to keep discussions going in the coming months. Take a further look back at 2017 resources here.