Journalist, Sandra Rodríguez Nieto
When many of us reflect on our dream career, we tend to focus on the rosier aspects of it: the prestige, importance, creativity, or fun that’s involved.…Continue
Added by Ashley Steel on April 18, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
Ahh awards season! For some of us, the favorite time of the year. A time where we can see some of Hollywood's biggest and up-and-coming celebrities all decked out for the finale of the all of the awards shows combined, the Oscars! Although lengthy, with coverage beginning at 10:30am and ending at showtime, the Oscars still receives many views and is talked about strongly the next day. Although some may think that that Oscars is a bit 'upscale'. While it is indeed among some of the most…Continue
Added by Marisa Martinez on February 28, 2013 at 10:16pm — No Comments
It's safe to say that my passion has always been to write. It was in the sixth grade when I decided that journalism was going to fulfill my passion. I joined the newspaper in my middle school and loved it.
Fast forward to 2013: I am months away from graduation with a degree in journalism. Here's the thing, the dreamer hasn't changed, but the dream has.
When I learned about journalism, it was through print newspaper and magazine. I hoped to end up writing for a major newspaper…Continue
National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is offering a few scholarships for all journalism majors.They are offering different scholarships from co-founders.You need to be a media or journalism student and have at least a 2.0 GPA. for more info on the different scholarship opportunities please visit:…
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Washington Post Summer 2013 Internship:If you want to be a journalist or you are studying journalism this is an opportunity you don't want to miss.Washington Post is looking for interns for the summer of 2013. The only thing you need to do is fill out an application. Remember if you have interships or previos jobs in the field you have a greater chance of being selected.
Here is how you can apply:
You must be a junior or senior in high school or a graduate student enrolled…
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Diversity Leadership Fellows Program
Application deadline: June 11, 2012
SPJ works to promote a broader voice for diverse journalists in newsrooms across the country, and to expand the depth and quality of news reporting through better sourcing. This mission has been carried out through the SPJ Diversity Committee’s print and online products, …Continue
Added by Jacqueline Anne Martinez on May 24, 2012 at 9:47am — No Comments
Last December my father showed me an column in a newspaper where I live where a young professional woman was appalled at the use of "mi'ja" in a professional environment. As some of us might know, "mi'ja" is an endearment term that literally translates to "my daughter." In her article, the young woman complained that many coworkers who are older than her had called her "mi'ja" which she found demeaning.
I really didn't think much of the topic and even told my dad that I…Continue
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