We wish we could all truly share a meal, family style, but in lieu of that: AAJA Philly is hosting a virtual dinner for our chapter next Friday, August 14 at 6:30 p.m. as part of this year's virtual AAJA convention. Here's the deal: Order food from your fave Asian spot (or OK, wherever you … Continue reading Friday, Aug. 14: Come have virtual dinner on us!
Join AAJA Philly and the Pen & Pencil Club on Wednesday, May 20, at 6 p.m. for a virtual panel on coronavirus coverage & anti-Asian racism, moderated by Inquirer reporter Bethany Ao. The panelists are Nydia Han of 6ABC, Alix Webb of Asian Americans United, and therapist Hider Shaaban. We'll send out the Zoom link … Continue reading Join us for a virtual panel on racism and coronavirus coverage
NOTE: This event will be postponed to a later date, to be determined, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Stay tuned. AAJA has partnered with the Google News Initiative to provide free workshops across the country on using a variety of Google tools to cover the election — though these tools can be used for … Continue reading POSTPONED: Step up your election reporting at this free workshop
Hey students: We're holding a resume and cover letter workshop! If you're preparing to apply for media internships/jobs and want feedback on your application materials, join us at 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 25, at Temple University's Charles Library Event Space. (And non-students, if you'd like to come help out at the event — look … Continue reading Students: Resume and cover letter workshop at Temple
No full-time job? No problem. At next month's AAJA Philly event, learn from AAJA members and other local journalists who are making a living freelancing. Their stories, videos and photos have been published in outlets like The New York Times, Reuters, The Washington Post, NPR, Philadelphia Magazine, and WHYY. In this panel discussion, we'll go over how to get your … Continue reading EVENT: How to Make It as a Freelancer