STUDENT OPPORTUNITY |Native High School Student Program offered by the Native American Journalists Association
STUDENT OPPORTUNITY |Native High School Student Program offered by the Native American Journalists Association -- Deadline: May 6, 2013: Native high school students interested in journalism are encouraged to apply for NAJA's Project Phoenix, named in honor of the first Native American newspaper, the Cherokee Phoenix. Room, board and travel are provided for students who are accepted into the program. During the course of a week, students learn the basics of news writing, photography and multimedia as they report stories under the guidance of professional journalists who give their time to the program and serve as mentors. This year, the program will take place at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School for Journalism and Mass Communication in downtown Phoenix. Students will stay at the ASU dorms adjacent to the journalism school. For more info., please see this flyer.
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