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
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Congratulations to AAJA-Philadelphia's 2014 Vijaya L. Balaji Scholarship winner, Marianna Sann, a freshman at Temple University! Marianna, who lives in South Philadelphia, is the first in her family to attend college. Her grandparents and father came to this country after escaping the Cambodian genocide in 1975. She has been an advocate and member of Boat People SOS … Continue reading WINNER: Vijaya L. Balaji Scholarship Awarded
Chai Chats: A Conversation about the Growing South Asian Diaspora in the Philadelphia Region Sponsored by the Philadelphia chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) What: Join AAJA and our featured speakers as they discuss the kaleidoscope of cultures and faiths that make up the growing South Asian diaspora in the region. Journalists: Come get story ideas. Community members: … Continue reading EVENT: Chai Chats
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