Apply for the chance to be selected for an internship with NBC in New York City and to be matched with an AAJA broadcast mentor! AAJA is proud to announce the 2014 NBC Summer Partnership.
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Asian American Journalists Association/National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association Heartland Project Job Description Job Title: Reporter Department: Heartland Project Reports To: Editor Status: Nonexempt PROJECT The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) was awarded a grant from the
Position: Marketing and Communications Manager REPORTS TO: Executive Director The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) was founded in 1981 by a small but visionary group of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) journalists in Los Angeles who felt
AAJA members have elected two new officers to the Governing Board: Yvonne Leow as Vice President for Print and Michelle Lee as Secretary. AAJA held the election to seat a Vice President for Print and
Ken Moritsugu, the Bangkok-based Asia Enterprise Editor for Associated Press, has won the Special Election to be AAJA’s Vice President for Print, announced Theodore Kim, AAJA’s National Secretary and Elections Officer. “The ever-changing media landscape