The Asian American Journalists Association has selected 24 talented students from schools across the U.S. and Asia to participate in JCamp 2021.
Applications are open for JCamp, a six-day intensive, multicultural journalism training program for high school students. Students learn from professional journalists and get hands-on training in writing, reporting, photography, television and radio broadcasting, online media and data journalism.
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has selected 42 talented students from high schools across the U.S. to participate in JCamp 2019.
The Asian American Journalists Association joins our Asia Chapter (AAJA-Asia) in expressing serious concerns about the arrest of Haze Fan, a Chinese-national working for Bloomberg News in Beijing, and asks for Chinese authorities to be transparent of the charges against Fan and to ensure that her rights to legal assistance are upheld. Fan has been missing … Continue reading Apply Today for JCamp 2019
For the first time, the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is offering a new, one-day workshop based on JCamp, its long-running program for high-school journalists. This one’s for the teachers. Any high-school instructor looking to start a journalism program or dramatically upgrade its current approach is invited to participate in this full-day event. The curriculum will … Continue reading JCamp: The Teachers Edition
AAJA is excited to invite this year’s cohort of talented high school students to participate in JCamp 2018. a six-day multicultural journalism training program for freshmen, sophomores and juniors.