The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and CalMatters are excited to announce the inaugural cohort of 23 California high school students for their JCal 2023 program. The all-inclusive journalism program … Continue reading AAJA and CalMatters’ Inaugural JCal Program Selects 23 California High School Students
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is thrilled to announce its JCamp 2023 cohort. This year’s group of 30 talented high school students was selected from a … Continue reading AAJA Selects JCamp 2023 Cohort
The Asian American Journalists Association is pleased to announce our 2023 U.S. Executive Leadership Program (ELP) cohort. After careful consideration, 13 mid-career journalists were selected to be part of this … Continue reading Announcing AAJA’s 2023 U.S. Executive Leadership Program Cohort
The Asian American Journalists Association is proud to announce Juhi Doshi as the 2023 winner of the joint AAJA/White House Correspondents’ Association Scholarship. After careful consideration, Doshi was selected from … Continue reading AAJA Selects Juhi Doshi as Recipient of AAJA/White House Correspondents’ Association Scholarship
The Asian American Journalists Association Pacific Islander Task Force is excited to open applications for the 2023 Pacific Islander journalism scholarship. The task force created the scholarship in 2022 to … Continue reading Pacific Islander Task Force Opens 2023 NAJA-AAJA Journalism Scholarship
Apply to AAJA’s flagship summer program for college students AAJA’s VOICES program returns for 2023 with a new emphasis on cultivating community and leadership skills among young AAPI journalists! The … Continue reading VOICES 2023 Applications Open For Student Fellows and Editors
The Asian American Journalists Association is saddened to hear of the deaths of Randy Hagihara, a veteran journalist, retired editor at The Los Angeles Times and longtime member of AAJA; … Continue reading AAJA Mourns the Loss of Two Community Members Associated with the LA Times: Randy Hagihara, Retired Editor, and Gregory Yee, Breaking News Reporter
Join the Convention Planning Committee, pitch speakers, programs AAJA Family, we can’t wait to see you all back in the nation’s capital this summer! As our planning ramps up, we … Continue reading #AAJA23 Updates: Share your ideas for our upcoming Washington, D.C. convention!
January 25, 2023 In the wake of the shooting in Half Moon Bay, AAJA urges newsrooms to responsibly and fairly cover the Asian American communities that have been affected. The … Continue reading Updated Statement: AAJA’s Guidance on Covering Violence in Asian American communities, following multiple mass shootings in California.
AAJA JCamp 2023 to be Hosted by American University WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Asian American Journalists Association announces a partnership with American University in Washington D.C. to host AAJA’s signature … Continue reading JCamp 2023 Applications Now Open