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AAJA Career Center

AAJA Career Center

AAJA National December 31, 2013 0

Looking for a job? Looking for new employees? AAJA’s Career Center is your source for journalism and communications-related jobs that reach Asian American and Pacific Islander journalists, educators and other media professionals. This service

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Learn More About AAJA’s Chapters

Learn More About AAJA’s Chapters

AAJA National December 30, 2013 Comments Off

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has 21 chapters. Contact a chapter or chapter president near you, or join AAJA as an at-large member to help advance our mission of diversity in news and newsrooms. Arizona Presidents TERESA JUN News

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AAJA Member News: December 2013 Roundup

AAJA Member News: December 2013 Roundup

AAJA National December 30, 2013 Comments Off

Katherine Kam (AAJA-San Francisco Bay Area), a San Francisco Bay Area health journalist and AAJA member, completed a 2012-2013 Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellowship. The former First Lady created the fellowship program to train journalists

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Meet the Heartland Project’s Advisory Council

Meet the Heartland Project’s Advisory Council

AAJA National December 23, 2013 Comments Off

AAJA has partnered with the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA) to increase media coverage of racial minorities and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities in Nebraska. The project is called “Diverse and

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Deadline for John S. Knight Fellowship applications is Jan. 15, 2014

Deadline for John S. Knight Fellowship applications is Jan. 15, 2014

Paul Cheung December 18, 2013 Comments Off

The John S. Knight Fellowship is  looking for ambitious, innovative journalists to support as they explore and develop their own ideas to address journalism challenges they identify. The deadline for applications for the 2014-15

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Now Accepting Applications for JCamp 2014

Now Accepting Applications for JCamp 2014

AAJA National December 17, 2013 Comments Off

Emerson College  •  July 29 – August 3, 2014 JCamp is a six-day intensive journalism training for high school students. Students learn from professional journalists and get hands-on training in writing, photography, television broadcasting, online

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JCamp in Boston: Emerson College Announced as Partner

JCamp in Boston: Emerson College Announced as Partner

Kathy Chow December 16, 2013 Comments Off

AAJA to Partner with Emerson College for JCamp 2014. SAN FRANCISCO — The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) today announced Emerson College’s sponsorship of JCamp, a multicultural high school journalism workshop. Forty-two high school students

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Career Opportunities with AAJA

Career Opportunities with AAJA

AAJA National December 10, 2013 Comments Off

AAJA is currently accepting applications for the following positions: Administrative Consultant Location: San Francisco, CA Heartland Project Freelance Reporter In partnership with the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association Location: Nebraska Heartland Project Multimedia Freelancer In partnership with the National Lesbian

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Job Opportunity: Heartland Multimedia Freelancer

Job Opportunity: Heartland Multimedia Freelancer

Kathy Chow December 10, 2013 Comments Off

             Asian American Journalists Association/National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association Heartland Project Job Title: Multimedia Freelancer Department: Heartland Project Reports To: Editor Status: Nonexempt PROJECT The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) was awarded a grant from the

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Job Opportunity: Heartland Freelance Reporter

Job Opportunity: Heartland Freelance Reporter

Kathy Chow December 10, 2013 Comments Off

             Asian American Journalists Association/National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association Heartland Project Job Title: Freelance Reporter Department: Heartland Project Reports To: Editor Status: Nonexempt   PROJECT The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) was awarded a grant from the

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