What is a Master Camp?
Every year, the Catholic Media Conference devotes Wednesday to Master Camps. A Master Camp is a day of intensive educational sessions designed to build depth of knowledge in a specific area. The afternoon sessions build on the learning from the morning session, for more than five hours of learning within a specific discipline. The five tracks and sessions are detailed below.
What are the benefits of attending a Master Camp?
Master Camps are designed not only to inform, but to provide hands-on experience that will allow attendees to gain depth of knowledge in a key area impacting Catholic journalism. Attendees may choose from five different topic areas.
What is the schedule for CMC16 Master Camps?
Morning Session: 9:00 am - 11;30 am
What are the tracks for CMC16 Master Camps?
PARABLES, PROFILES AND FACEBOOK POSTS: The infallible truths of effective writing
Funding the Mission
BUILDING AWARENESS AND ENGAGEMENT
THEORY OF DESIGN FOR REDESIGN
Communicate the Mission
STRATEGIZING THE COMMUNICATIONS PLAN
Digital Humanity: connecting people via ones and zeros
MOBILE VIDEO JOURNALISM
On Wednesday afternoon (3:15-5:30), Michael O'Neill (The Miracle Hunter) will share his knowledge of the official investigative process of the Catholic Church into the supernatural.
How do I register for a Master Camp?
Attendees can add a Master Camp ticket when registering for the Catholic Media Conference. Master Camps are free with full registration, or you can add them to a partial registration for $75.
If you would like to attend a Master Camp, but will not be registering for the full conference, please fill out the Master Camp section of the registration form. NOTE: lunch is not included in the $75 Master Camp registration, but a Wednesday lunch ticket can be purchased on the registration form. The $50 lunch ticket includes the Keynote Speaking session from "Miracle Hunter" Michael O'Neill.
If you need assistance, please contact Elise Freed-Brown at 312-380-6789.