UPDATE: We're accepting scholarship applications through Aug. 6! AAJA Philly is once again offering our annual Curley Scholarship, which covers the cost of your AAJA national convention registration. Because the convention is virtual again this year, we have a lot of scholarships to offer, so please apply! It’s open to both students and professionals. Please … Continue reading Let us pay for your AAJA convention registration!
In case you hadn't heard, AAJA's annual convention is going virtual this year, and we want to help YOU attend! for free!! read on... AAJA Fest is structured slightly differently this summer: it runs from August 9-15, with most sessions scheduled between 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. EDT. The festival bundle (registration plus a year-long … Continue reading Deadline July 25: Apply to go to AAJA Fest for free
AAJA Philly emergency funding request forms are now open. In response to the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, we've set up both a general relief fund (meant to offset the expense of material needs, like rent, groceries, or medical care) and a professional support fund (meant to offset career-related expenses, like media association memberships, … Continue reading AAJA Philly members: Apply for support funds now
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
Did you produce great journalism that was published in 2019? If so, consider submitting it to the annual AAJA journalism awards. The categories are multimedia, student, radio/audio, TV/online and writing; each category has both a general excellence and an AAPI issues division. The winners will be announced at the national convention in Washington, D.C. Entry … Continue reading Entries open for AAJA journalism awards
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