Women and men in all areas of the communications industry may join NPW.
Hall of Fame Recipients - Willa Cather and Eileen Wirth were inducted into the Marian Andersen Nebraska Women Journalists Hall of Fame on April 29. Click here to read about these accomplished women.

Scholarship Winners - NPW's 2017 $1,000 Memorial Scholarship went to Baylee Vrtiska of UNL, and the $500 Marianne Beel Memorial Scholarship was awarded to graduating high school senior Abigail Moody. Click here to read more.

Sweepstakes Awards - LuAnn Schindler of Clearwater won the top award in the Nebraska Press Women Communications Contest. Second place went to Carla Chance of Omaha, and Lori Potter of Kearney was third. Honorable mentions went to Kamie Stephen of North Platte and Erika Pritchard of Kearney. Click here to see the complete list of contest winners.

High School Contest - Bellevue West High School was sweepstakes winner in the NPW High School Communications Contest. Overall, students from across the state won awards in 20 categories. Click here to read more.

Bette Pore Named 2016 COA - Bette Pore, a senior editor and columnist for the Grand Island Independent, was named 2016 Communicator of Achievement during Nebraska Press Women’s (NPW’s) recent fall conference. Click here to read more.

Cedar Creek Editor Places Third in NFPW Contest--Carla Chance of Cedar Creek won the third-place individual sweepstakes award in the National Federation of Press Women annual communications contest. Click here to read more.

June 13, 2017 - NPW Omaha Network event, Swanson Library, Omaha.

Sept. 7-9, 2017 - NFPW Communications Conference, Birmingham, Ala.

Sept. 29-30, 2017 - NPW Fall Conference, Osceola, Neb.

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Each year, the Nebraska Press Women organization sponsors a Professional Communications Contest. A collegiate communications contest is a separate division of the professional contest. Award winners in both contests are recognized at the state level with top prizes being first, second and third place Sweepstakes Awards. All NFPW first place winners from Nebraska are eligible to compete in the national contest. For more information, go to the menu above and click on Contests, then Contest Rules.

NPW also holds an annual High School Communications Contest with 23 categories encompassing newspaper, yearbook and video work done by students. The first-place entry in each of the categories advances to the national contest held by the National Federation of Press Women. This is the only existing high school journalism contest that feeds into a national competition. For more information on the high school contest, go to the menu above and click on Contests, then High School.

Click the link below to find out more about NPW's contests.