NAHJ 2020 Scholarships NAHJ has awarded more than $1.7 million in scholarships to nearly 800 students since the program began in 1988. NAHJ scholarship opportunities are open to college-bound high school seniors, college undergraduates and graduate students pursuing careers in English or Spanish-language print, broadcast, digital or photojournalism. Students attending four-year colleges and community [...]
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NAHJ Scholarship Application Instructions What scholarship applicants should submit: W-2 Form A copy of your W-2 form and the W-2 of anyone who claims you as a dependent (typically your parents). This documentation will help the NAHJ Scholarship Selection Committee assess the scholarship applicant's financial need. Resume One-page resume listing your educational background, work [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 13, 2018 NAHJ Leadership discusses 'Despacito' skit with NYFWA President Washington, D.C. – This morning, President Hugo Balta and leaders of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) spoke with New York Financial Writers’ Association (NYFWA) President Carolyn Marie Crapo about the inappropriate skit ‘Puerto Rican [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: BA Snyder Veritas Group for NAHJ 512.630.6337 BA@VeritasAustin.com The Facebook Journalism Project and NAHJ Unveil New Scholarship to Strengthen Pipeline of Diversity for Next Generation Washington, D.C., January 25, 2018 - The Facebook Journalism Project and NAHJ are proud to announce a new partnership, beginning with a Scholarship program for [...]
Requirements and Materials for NAHJ Student Project Who is eligible to take part in the NAHJ Student Projects? Current college undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to take part in the NAHJ Student Projects. This includes students who currently attend community colleges and students who will graduate in May/June 2018. NAHJ Student Members [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: BA Snyder Veritas Group for NAHJ 512.630.6337 BA@VeritasAustin.com NAHJ Launches Emergency Initiative Aiding Communications and Amplifying the Local Journalism work in Puerto Rico Washington, D.C., (October 2, 2017) - NAHJ announced today the launch of the Puerto Rico Emergency Communications Access and Journalism Initiative (PRECAJI) in response to the humanitarian [...]
Who Brought Me Up Since 1984, NAHJ has been putting more Latinos in news. Behind every successful journalist is a mentor. Once a month we are celebrating our association's champions who have helped to bring up other Latino journalists. Do you know an NAHJ member who has been a mentor [...]
Happy Holidays NAHJ Familia, As we get close to ending the year, I wanted to take this time to provide you with a “NAHJ Year End Report” by sharing some important highlights of 2016 as well as providing more details of what you can expect from us in 2017 as we focus on the four [...]
We checked in with Leslie-Anne Frank, who has been NAHJ’s Director of Programs for three years, on her changing role with the organization. NAHJ: Tell us about your new responsibilities as Director of Next Gen Initiatives. LAF: I’m very excited about how my position at NAHJ is evolving! We’re building in more support for [...]
NAHJ Director of Programs & Scholarships Leslie-Anne Frank Leslie-Anne Frank has more than 20 years of extensive diversity communications, public relations and journalism experience. She is currently the Director of Programs for the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) and manages initiatives to strengthen the organization’s programs, services and brand. In this role, [...]