AAJA Selects Student Leaders for JCamp Class of 2014

AAJA Selects Student Leaders for JCamp Class of 2014

By AAJA National

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) selected 42 diverse high school students out of a record pool of 320 submissions from across the nation to participate in its 14th annual JCamp this summer. Emerson College will host JCamp from July 29 to August 3, 2014. JCamp is a six-day multicultural journalism training program for high school students


Ymani Wince: JCamp Built Her Journalism Foundation

Ymani Wince: JCamp Built Her Journalism Foundation

Writing has always been my passion. Even when I didn’t know that I wanted to become a journalist, I had the habits of one. I asked tons of questions to everyone that I met growing


Dan Hill: How JCamp Launched His Career

Dan Hill: How JCamp Launched His Career

by Dan Hill My first gig in a professional newsroom was as a high school sports intern answering phones and typing box scores to appear deep in the sports section of The Sacramento Bee. I


Now Accepting Applications for JCamp 2014

Now Accepting Applications for JCamp 2014

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


JCamp in Boston: Emerson College Announced as Partner

JCamp in Boston: Emerson College Announced as Partner

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


Basundhara Mukherjee: Life after JCamp

Basundhara Mukherjee: Life after JCamp

I started JCamp as a mere high school journalist naïve about the field of journalism and emerged with a realistic view of my future. My week in Washington, D.C. was filled with rigorous, yet enthralling days,


2014 Mary Quon Moy Ing Memorial Scholarship

2014 Mary Quon Moy Ing Memorial Scholarship

AAJA will award up to $2,000 to a currently enrolled college student or graduating high school senior who is pursuing journalism as a career. Eligibility and Rules: 1. Applicants must be committed to AAJA’s mission. 2. Applicants


Student Spotlight: JCamp 2013

Student Spotlight: JCamp 2013

Meet some of the outstanding students who attended JCamp 2013 at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.! JCamp is the Asian American Journalists Association’s national multicultural journalism program for high school students that has been


A JCamper’s thank you to Co-director Neal Justin

A JCamper’s thank you to Co-director Neal Justin

When I arrived in DC, I honestly didn’t know what to expect. All I knew going into JCamp was that it was an honor for me to be there, that I had a strong


Top-notch Students Selected for JCamp 2013

Top-notch Students Selected for JCamp 2013

AAJA is proud to announce the 42 outstanding high school students who will be attending the 2013 JCamp at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. The six-day program will be held June 21


Apply to JCamp 2013, an Unparalleled Training Program for High School Students

Apply to JCamp 2013, an Unparalleled Training Program for High School Students

Learn more about JCamp by watching this video made during the program’s 10th anniversary, in 2011.   AAJA is proud to announce JCamp 2013 will take place June 21 to 26 at George Washington University in