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11 May 2022
Now in its sixth round, the MPC Mentoring Program provides opportunities for early career journalists to discuss their career aspirations and immediate on-the-job needs with senior media personnel from outside their organisation.
22 March 2022
Winners have been announced for all 2021 Quills, as well as the Perkin, Gordon, Student, and Lifetime Achievement awards.
30 November 2021
The Melbourne Press Club is pleased to award $18,000 in grants in the latest round of the Michael Gordon Journalism Fellowships program.
16 June 2021
Donations to the Melbourne Press Club have helped support our programs for journalism.
01 June 2022
Learn how to navigate the opaque – and often hostile – public information channels of freedom of information, business, property and court searches.
22 June 2022
TikTok has taken the online world by storm, with a claimed one billion users tuning into the social media platform for entertainment and information. So how can journalists break through the lip syncs and loops to tell the news and knock back misinformation?
Paul Sakkal of The Age was named the 2020 Young Journalist of the Year.
Jess Malcolm from Melbourne University was the 2020 Student Journalist of the Year winner.
The new Indigenous reporting award encourages journalism that highlights and amplifies Aboriginal voices and stories.
The one-off Cobberwealth Award for Reporting on Social Inclusion Quill saw the issue of homelessness in regional Victoria highlighted.
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