Welcome to the Minnesota Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
We offer tools to make the business of journalism easier. We share detailed information about the work of SPJ and the issues most relevant to today’s journalists.
The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), the oldest, largest and broadest-based organization of journalists in the U.S., was founded as Sigma Delta Chi in 1909. The Minnesota Chapter was founded in 1956. The chapter membership totals about 130. Since its founding, the Minnesota Pro chapter has received various honors, including outstanding large chapter of the year (more than 75 members), and recognition for its work in FOI, campus relations, member communication and programming.
All SPJ events are open to the public. Members receive a discount on registration costs, plus quarterly newsletters and important networking opportunities.