Apply Now for the 2015 Sports Journalism Internship

Apply Now for the 2015 Sports Journalism Internship

Apply now for the 2015 Sports Journalism Institute Internship! College students interested in sports journalism can get specialized training, a paid sports news internship, a scholarship and industry contacts through the 2015 Sports Journalism Institute


Immigration Status Makes Driver’s Licenses Out of Reach For Some Young Nebraskans,

Immigration Status Makes Driver’s Licenses Out of Reach For Some Young Nebraskans,

Here’s the latest from The Heartland Project. The broadcast piece was in collaboration with AAJA member Mega Sugianto and Lincoln’s News 10/11 News. Jani Martinez helps her brother Enrique with homework. Martinez was 4 years


AAJA Selects 25 Community and Business Leaders for Media Institute Class of 2014

AAJA Selects 25 Community and Business Leaders for Media Institute Class of 2014

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is proud to announce the selection of 25 community and business leaders for its Media Institute inaugural class. Led by a team of award-winning journalists, participants will learn how


2014 Dinah Eng Leadership Fellows Reflect on ELP

2014 Dinah Eng Leadership Fellows Reflect on ELP

The Dinah Eng Leadership Fellowship advances opportunities for mid-career AAJA members pursuing the strategies and skills needed to enter news management and advance within its ranks. Since the fellowship’s inaugural year in 2012, 14 AAJA members


Frances Wang: How VOICES Shaped My Path

Frances Wang: How VOICES Shaped My Path

Name: Frances Wang VOICES year and role: 2013 student, New York Current position: Reporter, KREM 2 News/KREM-TV How did AAJA VOICES shape your path? All throughout college, I wanted to work solely in entertainment. VOICES helped shaped my path because it opened my


Partnerships growing stronger across the Heartland

Partnerships growing stronger across the Heartland

By Bobby Caina Calvan | The Heartland Project SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. — Towns across America celebrated the Fourth of July with parades, much like the one in Norfolk that drew hundreds. Firetrucks streamed by sidewalks lined


Apply Now for AAJA’s Media Institute

Apply Now for AAJA’s Media Institute

INAUGURAL TWO-DAY WORKSHOP WILL TRAIN DIVERSE EXPERTS TO BE MEDIA SOURCES Every journalist has a rolodex of go-to experts that they call on to help tell a story. The trouble is that few of them


Dominique Fong: How VOICES Shaped My Path

Dominique Fong: How VOICES Shaped My Path

How did AAJA VOICES shape your path? I wouldn’t be where I am if it wasn’t for the mentorship and guidance provided by AAJA’s VOICES. The program makes a concerted effort to provide one-on-one help to


AAJA Selects 16 Students for 2014 VOICES Program

AAJA Selects 16 Students for 2014 VOICES Program

AAJA is pleased to welcome the 2014 class of college students, recent graduates and volunteer mentors to the VOICES program. Participants come from all over the U.S. to take part in the journalism career development


Programming sessions for ELP graduates at the convention

Programming sessions for ELP graduates at the convention

ELP Grads, Here are some exclusive programming sessions for ELP graduates at this year’s convention. Space is limited. Please email Justin Seiter at justins@aaja.org for access for code to the register. Google for Media Where: Convention Hotel When: Wednesday,