Becoming a sponsor of the Native American Journalists Association’s 30th annual National Native Media Convention is one of the best ways to show your support for the organization and the ongoing effort to enhance media in Indian Country.

The convention kicks off with the arrival of students who begin work on Native Voices, a newspaper primarily produced by college journalists, and Project Phoenix, a week-long journalism program for high schoolers.

Convention highlights include an opening reception and ceremony, a luncheon honoring NAJA’s founding members and a student reception celebrating NAJA’s future. The media awards banquet recognizes the best Native journalism in 2014.