Are you an organization doing work in media literacy education?
Join NAMLE to connect with other organizations, promote your work, and further your mission. Organizational partners work together and with NAMLE to advance and promote each other’s work in media literacy education.
There are two types of organizational partners:
Local, State & Regional Organizations
Smaller organizations that serve a limited geographical area, such as local and regionally-affiliated groups, schools and after-school programs, youth-serving groups, technology centers, and small nonprofits.
Partnership fee: $150 per year
National & Academic Organizations
Larger educational or non-profit organizations that serve the media literacy education field as well as colleges and universities with departments, centers or institutes.
Partnership fee: $350 per year
How Organizational Partnership Works for You
Being an organizational partner means your organization is committed to helping the media literacy community expand and develop. Partnership comes with many benefits including promotion, outreach, and resource opportunities.
Listing on the NAMLE website
Opportunity to promote resources, events, and projects in NAMLE monthly organizational partner bulletin
Opportunity to be profiled in NAMLE monthly organizational partner bulletin
Shared organizational partners conference exhibit table
Discounts on conference program ads
Media Literacy Week Partnership, which includes high level of promotion and outreach and a mention in the MLW daily briefs
Opportunity to connect with like-minded organizations locally and nationally
Exclusive webinars and trainings
By joining NAMLE organizational partners:
- Enrich the national picture of the diverse groups that are actively working toward the broad goal of expanding media literacy education as a 21st century learning skill.
- Showcase their programs to all of NAMLE’s members, who care passionately about media literacy issues.
- Directly link their organization to other member organizations and NAMLE’s individual members.
- Reinforce NAMLE as the presence and voice for media literacy in the United States and beyond.
Click here for a list of current organizational partners.
Any questions about organizational partnership?
Email Michelle Ciulla Lipkin at email@example.com.