Reach the largest audience of journalism students and their advisers at the high school level. Market services, products and schools that buy and adopt your programs in schools throughout the United States and other countries.
Roughly 3,000 high school journalism students and their advisers are expected to attend #nhsjc in Seattle, April 6-9.
In a 2013 survey of Spring JEA/NSPA adviser convention attendees, 67 percent of respondents said they engaged with exhibitors while at the convention. 60 percent said exhibitors are somewhat important to very important in influencing their decision to attend the convention.
To become a sponsor
DOWNLOAD THE SPONSOR/EXHIBITOR CONTRACT, complete it and upload using the form at the bottom of this page.
About the conference
The Journalism Education Association and National Scholastic Press Association have been partnering each fall for more than 40 years to put on the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention. Our partnership helps bring together more than 4,000 high school student journalists and their advisers to experience powerful keynote speakers, more than 300 breakout sessions, on-site critiques and contests and the latest trends, services and resources at the convention trade show.
JEA/NSPA Spring convention by the numbers:
3,700 – Spring convention average attendance
5,374 – Largest spring convention attendance, San Francisco 2001
3,000 – attendees expected at the 2016 JEA/NSPA Spring Convention
15.5 percent – of attendees are decision-making advisers
300+ – Breakout sessions
20+ – Sponsorships
Reserve hotel rooms online
To take full advantage of the convention, exhibitors who live outside the Indianapolis metro area are encouraged to stay at the Sheraton Seattle, the sanctioned and officially designated JEA/NSPA convention hotel.
If you have questions about any of the sponsorship opportunities, please contact Ashley Tilley at NSPA.
Ashley Tilley, NSPA
2221 University Ave. SE Suite 121
Minneapolis, MN 55414