Want to be a better high school journalism adviser? Join us this summer at The University of Mississippi for three days of fun-but-focused professional development. Whether you're advising a school newspaper, yearbook, broadcast, magazine or website, we're here to help guide you and your program to new levels of achievement.

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Loidha Bautista, Lafayette HS newspaper, yearbook and broadcast adviser
Terry Cassreino, St. Joseph Catholic School newspaper, yearbook and broadcast adviser
Shari Chumley, Tupelo HS newspaper, yearbook and literary magazine adviser
Katrina Berry-Ivy, Tupelo HS broadcast adviser
Linda Rodriguez, St. Andrew's Episcopal School newspaper and literary magazine adviser
Carl Smith, MSMS newspaper adviser
Chelsea Thomas, Brandon broadcast adviser

... and more! 


WHEN: OAI starts midmorning on Tuesday, June 18 and concludes with a luncheon on Thursday, June 20.

WHERE: All sessions will be held in Farley Hall on the campus of the University of Mississippi.

TUITION: The tuition for this training is $300, which includes lodging and most meals. CEUs will also be available for an additional fee.

TUITION WAIVER: All advisers with 5 or less years of experience may come FREE OF CHARGE. The Mississippi Press Association Education Foundation will pay your way.

LODGING: Advisers will have their own private hotel room on the Ole Miss campus (Tuesday and Wednesday nights only).

TO SIGN UP FOR THIS EXTREMELY AWESOME INSTITUTE: All you need to do is fill out the form below. Then, if you're a tuition-paying attendee, mail us a check (mailing address on the next screen).

ALL advisers should register on or before Friday, May 10. Please don't wait until the last minute, but also please be certain you can attend before you register. Once we book your hotel room, MSPA is on the hook for it. 
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