A journalist in Glasgow has said landing her job through the Community News Project (CNP) has been “so much better than she could have imagined”.
The NCTJ's Safety and Resilience Advisory Panel held its latest meeting to provide insight and advise the NCTJ on an 'explosion' of safety issues in the industry.
17-year-old CNP reporter Iona MacDonald invited to Holyrood after investigation exposing illegal vape sales to teenagers in Inverness.
Recipients of the NCTJ’s Journalism Diversity Fund (JDF) were given an exclusive session on money management by the Financial Literacy and Inclusion Campaign (FLIC).
Meta has confirmed it will not renew funding for the Community News Project (CNP) when its current phase draws to an end.
Community news reporter Lucinda Herbert used her Blackpool Gazette contacts to arrange a free day out to Blackpool Zoo for four-year-old Mabel Parry, who has Batten Disease.
As part of the NCTJ’s clearing campaign, we spoke with NCTJ students who had been through the clearing process themselves.
The Community News Project (CNP) is equipping journalists with essential workplace skills they can use to secure jobs in a range of industries – although they often return to journalism.
From 1 September 2023, the National Council for the Training of Journalists is to offer end-point assessments for the level 3 content creator apprenticeship.
Entrepreneurial journalist Carly-May Kavanagh, who honed her craft as an NCTJ community news reporter, has celebrated a milestone moment for the independent local news website she co-founded, The Brighton Seagull.
As we near the end of the academic year, Journalism Diversity Fund recipients have reflected on how getting a bursary has propelled them into the world of journalism and set them up for successful careers.