Asian American Journalist Association (AAJA) Student Opportunities

Dear AAJA Students and Friends in Journalism,

We want to encourage non-senior high school students to apply for JCamp 2013. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from industry professionals. The program will be free of charge for selected students.

There is also time to apply for the CIC/Anna Chennault scholarship, but don’t wait until it’s too late. Apply now!

Please pass on this information to any student eligible for these programs.

Happy Holidays!

Best,

Nao Vang
AAJA Student Programs Coordinator
415-346-2051, ext. 102
naov@aaja.org

FROM: AAJA STUDENT PROGRAMS

Opportunity: JCamp 2013, June 19-24, 2013 at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

JCamp is a six-day training camp that brings together a diverse group of students from across the nation to learn from veteran journalists and media executives. JCamp participants receive hands-on training and produce multi-platform news packages for the program’s news website.

Application Deadline: Friday, March 15, 2013

Eligibility:

  • Non-senior high school student

Learn more detailed information and how to apply to JCamp 2013. 

FROM: AAJA STUDENT PROGRAMS and the COUNCIL FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

Opportunity: A $3,900 College Scholarship, a place in the Voices Student News Project and networking at the 2013 AAJA Convention in New York.

Apply for the 2013 CIC/Anna Chennault Scholarship for a chance to win money toward your college education, a trip to the 2013 AAJA convention in New York as part of the Voices student news project plus getting matched with a mentor keyed to your journalism focus. One rising sophomore will be awarded the scholarship and the opportunity to learn from professional journalists and meet the AAJA community.

Application Deadline: Friday, May 3, 2013

Eligibility

  •  Applicants must be committed to AAJA’s mission.
  •  Applicants must be college freshmen going into their sophomore year.
  •  AAJA membership is not required to apply, but if the student is awarded the scholarship he/she must become an AAJA student member.

Learn more detailed information and directions on how to apply to the CIC/Anna Chennault Scholarship.

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