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N3Con Highlights – from N3Con 2019 Fellowship Recipients

In 2019, AAJA-Asia once again awarded travel fellowships to AAJA members so they could attend our New. Now. Next. Media Conference in Hong Kong. The stipends were worth $350 for Asia chapter members and $500 for US-based members. Here’s what they had to say about the experience: Erum Salam, AAJA-NY N3CON was an excellent opportunity …

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Deadline extended! Apply for the AAJA-Asia travel stipend to Hong Kong

AAJA-Asia is excited to announce the AAJA-Asia Professional Development Travel Stipend program for chapter members, designed to reward promising and active members who might lack the financial ability to pursue their professional development aims. This pilot program will grant US$350 to a chapter member to help with travel costs to the 4th annual regional New.Now.Next Media Conference …

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AAJA DC scholarship opportunity for summer interns in Washington area

The AAJA District of Columbia chapter — with members from Baltimore to Richmond, Va., — is offering two US$1,000 scholarships to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students who have summer journalism internships in Washington, D.C. Recipients must be AAJA members. They will be asked to write a summary of their internship for the AAJA-DC website and …

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10 reasons why you should join AAJA-Asia for 2012

As a member, you’ll not only be supporting the goals and values of the Asian American Journalists Association, you’ll also be getting some great discounts on future events.(Joining is as easy as filling out an online form. See here.) So what’s the bottom line? 1. The first reason is the East-West Center’s International Media Conference …

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Students, want to be a foreign correspondent?

The Overseas Press Club Foundation is offering 14 scholarships or internships to students who aspire to be foreign correspondents. Students must be studying at an American university; Americans studying abroad are also eligible. The Foundation pays travel and living expenses for interns in foreign bureaus at such leading news organization as the Associated Press and …

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Swadesh DeRoy Scholarship from Japan's FCC

The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan is taking submissions for its Swadesh DeRoy Scholarship. The top prize is 300,000 yen (nearly US$4,000). Any current undergraduate or graduate student in Japan, or any Japanese student enrolled in an overseas journalism program, is eligible to apply. The deadline is February 15, 2012. More details on the FCCJ …

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