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Share + learn about nonprofit news with Mother Jones

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Want to learn more about building sustainable nonprofit journalism? Join us to learn how MoJo built a thriving nonprofit news shop.

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Mother Jones is the nation’s oldest and one of the most successful investigative nonprofit news organizations. Join us on March 26 for a day of sharing and learning with Mother Jones.

The day will include a deep-dive into how Mother Jones got started, how it works today, and how its business model works. We’ll be working from this recent case study on Mother Jones published by the the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy.

This event is hosted by Mother Jones and the Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University through the Peer Learning + Collaboration Fund.

The event is free and open to journalists, mediamakers and anyone else interested in supporting nonprofit news in the U.S. Space is limited.

The Center for Cooperative Media is making travel stipends available through the Peer Learning + Collaboration Fund for journalists who would otherwise not be able to attend this convening. We strongly encourage newsrooms who have the funds to cover their staff’s travel costs. 

You can apply for a Peer Fund travel award here: bit.ly/peerfund

NOTE: If you're applying for a travel award through the Peer Fund, YOU MUST ALSO reserve your spot via this EventBrite page.

For those flying in, the San Francisco International Airport is the closest.

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