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The blog writers attend Arizona State University, the University of Missouri School of Journalism and the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. This personal finance blog project is funded by Denver-based National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE).
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SABEW’s Educator Committee is creating podcasts and occasional webinars for journalism educators to weave into your curriculum.
Our newest podcast is a three-part series with SABEW’s Best In Business Awards student winner Natalie Walters.
The winner of SABEW’s 2020 Student Journalism for Professional Media Outlets category discusses the prize-winning story, her Dallas Morning News internship that led to a full-time job, and best practices of using IRS 990 forms to report on the finances of nonprofit organizations.
Listen to the first episode of Walters outlining her reporting approach for her August 2020 story examining COVID-19’s financial impact on five large U.S. nonprofit organizations here.
Find the rest of the podcasts in our On Demand page here.