Join AAJA for this convention classic and bid on items of all sizes while enjoying a complimentary beer or two. The auction raises thousands of dollars annually for scholarships, student programs and professional development programs. All items are generously donated by sponsors. Here’s a sneak peek: Fashion / Retail Designer Handbag: Michael Kors Large Harper Tote Hello Kitty Rolling
Whether you’re searching for a job, looking for the latest in media technology or exploring further education, the AAJA Career Fair & Expo is an unrivaled opportunity for current and future journalists to interact
Come to the 7th Annual AAJA-Chicago Trivia Bowl! Match wits with newsrooms and other organizations (nearly as smart as yours…) in a team trivia competition that benefits AAJA-Chicago’s scholarship fund. Date: Saturday, Nov. 17 Time: Doors open at 1 p.m. Teams
Give your brain a good workout at AAJA-DC’s annual Trivia Bowl while helping raise funds for scholarships, workshops and chapter programs! We’ll also be holding raffles for some great prizes. Sunday, Nov. 11 (the day
AAJA-NY is thrilled to have our annual resume and clip critique workshop on Saturday, Oct. 27th. We’ve recruited high-level broadcast, print, and online journalists to conduct the critiques. Where & When When: Saturday, October 27, from
Come join the Sacramento chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association for the Chefs Showcase featuring Billy Ngo, owner and executive chef of Kru, and F.J. Villalobos, executive chef of 58 Degrees & Holding
Taste of AAJA is one of the greatest longstanding traditions of the Minnesota chapter. The very first event took place at the Weisman Museum at the University of Minnesota and has since continued to
Is self-censorship in the Hong Kong press more common today than seven years ago? If you think so, then you join more than 70% of the city’s local reporters who say the same thing,
The Asian American Journalists Association, in partnership with the Gannett Foundation, proudly recognizes groundbreaking work by a journalist or a team that creatively uses digital tools in the role of being a community’s watchdog.
Each year, the Asian American Journalists Association recognizes the best journalism in the categories of Online, Photography, Print, Radio and Television. The 2012 winners were announced at AAJA’s Gala Awards Banquet on Aug. 3
The 2012 AAJA Advisory Board (and a few stand-ins). [Photo by Joe Nguyen] This is the text of an address prepared by AAJA National President Doris Truong for the AAJA General Membership Meeting on Aug.