AAJA’s J Camp is accepting student applications

Are you a high school freshman, sophomore or junior who is interested or thinking about journalism as a career? If so, AAJA J Camp is looking for you!

TO DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION, CLICK HERE! http://www.aaja.org/programs/for_students/journalism_trainings/j_camp/

WHO: Asian American Journalism Association Journalism Camp for high school students who will be at east 16 by July 20, 2010.

WHAT: A free multicultural journalism program for high school students. Aspiring young journalists will live on the university campus while getting hands-on training in writing, photography, broadcasting, online media, and reporting from professional journalists.

WHERE: Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

WHEN: July 31st-August 4th, 2010

WHY:  We want to encourage, nurture and inspire the next generation of journalists.

HOW MUCH:  Thanks to the generous support of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Bloomberg, Dow Jones Newspaper Fund, AAJA Chapters and members, it’s free. J Camp scholarship includes return airfare, transportation, university housing, and access to some of the brightest and best media minds in the country.

Take a look at what past J Camp students had to say about this life-changing experience.  Watch!

You can also visit us at AAJA J Camp Facebook.  For more information, head to www.aaja.org or contact Nao Vang, AAJA National Student Programs Coordinator at (415) 346-2051 x102 or programs@aaja.org.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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