We are hiring! Help us find our first director of development and partnerships. This person will help us develop a business strategy that sustains the great journalism we do for the great communities we serve.
We are growing. And we need to find an editor to help lead our awesome newsroom.
Imagine a world without the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service. Yeah. We don’t want to, either. So help us out and donate to our annual fund-raising campaign. No other outlet in Milwaukee intentionally celebrates the ordinary people who do extraordinary things like we do.
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The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service is looking for a part-time multimedia reporter who is ready to set the journalism world on fire.
In December, Sharon McGowan, my Jewish soul sister, gave me the best Christmas gift ever: She handed me the keys to the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service as she prepared to retire. I won’t lie: Some days I want to hand NNS right back to her.
At the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, we take the “service” part of our name seriously. Here is a “How To” on the best ways to get your news on our site and on our social media channels.
NNS will be hosting a free photo shoot from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. during Music in Mitchell Park. Come meet us and get a professional photo taken as your reward. (Not that you need one.)
Today we celebrate the emerging high school journalists who recently graduated from Marquette University’s Urban Journalism Workshop.
NNS will be hosting a photo shoot from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. July 17 as part of Washington Park Wednesdays. Come meet the staff and get a professional photo taken as your reward.