Being a member of the CCJA is very responsible and sometimes difficult, especially if you have to analyze a large amount of information from many sources. Therefore, we advise you to apply for Do My Assignment so that the work is fundamental and covers all aspects of the issue.
Steve Ames: CCJA Treasurer Telephone: (805) 492-4440 Fax: (805) 492-9800
Email: [email protected]
Tina Vervoorn: Journalist Editor Telephone: (805)
389-3744 Email: [email protected]
CCJA MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
CITY: STATE: ZIP:
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Mail completed application and membership dues to:
Steve Ames, CCJA Treasurer
3376 Hill Canyon Avenue
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360-1119
Published: Tuesday, February 20, 2001
Community College Journalism Association
2001- 2002 Membership
Federal ID# 95-4433853
There's never been a better time to join!
____$40 Voting Member: Journalism instructor at a community or junior college.
____$40 Associate Member: Any individual who is interested in the philosophy, objectives and/or actions of CCJA but does not meet the criteria as a voting member.
____$40 Affiliate Member: A member of the AEJMC
____$40 Retired Member: A member who has retired from a position as a journalism instructor
____$40 Institutional Member: Any department within a college or university.
____$140 Combined Membership: For CCJA and AEJMC
____$190 Combined Membership: For CCJA and the CMA
All membership categories include a subscription to the Community College Journalist Magazine published quarterly and other CCJA publications throughout the year.
For additional information, or to become a member, please contact: