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Diversity scholarships for NewsTrain from the APME Foundation

Friday, March 8, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Laura Sellers-Earl
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The Associated Press Media Editors Foundation will offer diversity scholarships to APME NewsTrain events in 2013 for print and broadcast journalists and students who are pursuing careers in journalism.

The scholarships cover registration and may cover some accommodations and travel expenses.

NewsTrain host committees will review applications and choose the recipients.

 The next NewsTrain will be held Sept. 27-28 in Colorado Springs. In all, up to four scholarships will be awarded for the Colorado Springs event and 10 for the Seattle session Oct. 3-4.

Interested journalists and students of color who need assistance attending NewsTrain in Colorado Springs should send a resume and application letter by Sept. 16 to Joe Hight at joe.hight@gazette.com or Joanna Bean at joanna.bean@gazette.com. There are also scholarships available through the Colorado Press Association. Anyone interested in those should apply by Sept. 9 to Samantha Johnston at sjohnston@colopress.net.

Read more on the Colorado Springs NewsTrain page.

The final NewsTrain of the year is in Seattle on Oct. 3-4. Pacific Northwest candidates will have the best chance for the 10 scholarships available for Seattle. Interested journalism students and young journalists of color who need assistance should send a resume and application letter by Monday, Sept. 16, to Jessica Partnow at jessica@seattleglobalist.com.

Read more on the Seattle NewsTrain page.


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