Welcome to the 2017 NAGC Communication School
Welcome to St. Louis and the 2017 NAGC Communication School. This year’s school promises to be another great opportunity for NAGC members to receive training in a variety of communication-related topics and to spend time networking.
President Kathryn Stokes
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Our call for speakers is closed for this year’s Communication School in St. Louis. However, if you are interested in speaking at the 2018 Communication School, let us know and we will notify you when we put out our Call for Speakers for 2018. We will announce the...read more
NAGC Encore!: Friday, August 4, 2017, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern
“Fail-Proof” Media Coverage
Speaker: Kesha Whitaker
We live in a 24-hour news cycle world, where reporters are harried and working on multiple stories every day. Time is of the essence, and if your story idea is sitting in an inbox with hundreds of others, how will it get noticed? Government communicators have to stay ahead of the game to reach busy journalists who thrive on urgency. Make your pitches irresistible to journalists by becoming an information architect.
NAGC Webinar: August 16, 2017
How to Win a Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Award
Join us for this FREE Webinar Wednesday, where you’ll learn the ins and outs of winning an NAGC Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Award. Member and non-members alike will learn:
- The basics of the nomination process and changes for 2017-18
- Tricks for writing a competitive nomination form
- How you can helping our judges understand your entry
- What our judges look for in winning publications
- How to save money on your nomination
The National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC)
The National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC) is the only professional organization devoted exclusively to the professional development of communications experts at all levels of government including federal, tribal, state, and local.
Join now to be part of a professional network that provides professional support and ongoing training to boost careers for government communications experts.