Professional communicators are encouraged to submit their best work for the prestigious Clarion Awards, one of the nation’s most respected communicator awards. The early bird deadline for award submissions is March 2, 2020, with the final deadline for entries on April 6.
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Awards Honor Efforts in National Media & Communications
SPRINGFIELD, MO. Feb. 25, 2020 – Professional communicators are encouraged to submit their best work for the prestigious Clarion Awards, one of the nation’s most respected communicator awards.
The early bird deadline for award submissions is March 2, 2020, with the final deadline for entries on April 6. Besides a discount on the fee, new for this year, any organization or individuals submitting an early bird entry only need pay the entry fee. Entrants will have until April 6 to finalize their entry. The awards honor work created in 2019.
Presented by the Association for Women in Communications, the Clarion Awards recognize the work of communicators, including editors, writers, photographers, designers, marketing specialists, radio and television producers and many more.
There are currently more than 100 Clarion categories, with entries accepted from all professionals: men and women, individuals and organizations, AWC members and nonmembers alike.
For further details on the award nomination process, the category list and online registration, professionals can visit the Clarion website at womcom.org/clarions.
ABOUT AWC & Clarion Awards – Through a network of local chapters and independent members, AWC strives to elevate the role of women in communications with empowering opportunities for learning, leadership, recognition and networking. It was founded in 1909 as Theta Sigma Phi, an honorary student journalism fraternity at the University of Washington. The Clarion Awards were first offered in 1972 as a way to honor professional women journalists and communicators. Today the awards draw hundreds of entries from members and non-members, both women and men, across the United States. Visit www.womcom.org.