More than 1,800 journalists, educators, communicators and students benefited from Kiplinger Program training during the past year – a record level of impact.
To supplement the weeklong Kiplinger Fellowship on Ohio State’s main campus, the program took its training on the road to reach large audiences at national and regional journalism conferences. In addition, journalists from around the world now learn about new digital tools and tactics from the program’s redesigned website and social media channels.
A total of 1,860 journalists, educators and students received Kiplinger Program training that reached from San Antonio, Texas, and Bennington, Vermont all the way to Kampala, Uganda. Through its partnership with the Society of Professional Journalists, the program co-sponsored and led training at JournCamp workshops in Miami, Florida, and New York City. Kiplinger trainers also presented sessions and hands-on training at national conferences hosted by Investigative Reporters and Editors, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, National Association of Science Writers, American Agriculture Editors Association and SPJ.