#AAJA22 Updates: What Do You Want To See At Our First In-Person Convention Since 2019?


Previous Next Pitch program ideas, join the Convention Planning Committee Planning for #AAJA22 is underway and we want to hear from YOU, #AAJAFamily! It’s our first in-person convention since 2019, and we want to get the community as involved as possible. Shape your upcoming experience by pitching ideas for the type of programming you’d like … Continue reading #AAJA22 Updates: What Do You Want To See At Our First In-Person Convention Since 2019?

Announcing our 2022 National Convention, July 27-30, in Los Angeles


A reunion & homecoming in Los Angeles Please save the dates July 27-30, 2022 for our first in-person AAJA convention since 2019, taking place at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. An AAJA Homecoming in Los Angeles  We are excited to announce that we are coming home to Los Angeles, the city of our founding in 1981. … Continue reading Announcing our 2022 National Convention, July 27-30, in Los Angeles

2020 National Convention Update


We’re excited to provide you with updates about #AAJA20 soon! Until then, we’re taking down our registration website so you don’t have to worry about meeting any deadlines. We’re working hard to ensure that what we are planning for the rest of 2020 is inclusive, productive, and most of all, community-building for our #AAJAfamily. #AAJA20 will look different this year. If … Continue reading 2020 National Convention Update

#AAJA18 Pre-Convention Hangout for First-Time Attendees


Join AAJA convention veterans Sharon Pian Chan, Natasha Chen and Pablo Iglesias for a live Google Hangout on Wednesday, July 18 from 5-6pm PT / 8-9pm ET and learn strategies for increasing your professional opportunities at #AAJA18. Whether you’re a student, mid-career or a seasoned journalist, don’t miss this chance to ask our experts how to make the most of your convention experience!

Apply to be Voices Program Director for 2019-2020


The Voices program is in search of a Program Director for 2019-2020. Voices serves as a multimedia journalism training fellowship for college and graduate students, as well as a leadership program for mid-career journalists who serve as faculty. The program is a recruiting tool to increase diversity in newsrooms and takes place annually during the week of the AAJA national convention.