American Journalists Assn. Los Angeles is pleased to
announce the California
Reporting Scholarships for college students and recent
graduates. The scholarships will provide a financial award to support
original reporting projects in the state. Each $1,000 scholarship
can be used for travel, equipment, supplies and other costs. A professional
journalist will be assigned to each recipient to mentor and guide the
reporting and writing/production process.
The print, visual or multimedia reporting projects are expected to be
completed within six months after receipt of award for publication on the
AAJA-LA website or other outlets.
Members of any AAJA chapter who are undergraduate or graduate students or who
graduated in the last six months are eligible to apply.
-- A description of your proposed project and why you think it’s important
-- A description of how you would like to use the funds
-- A resume
-- Two to three samples of completed journalistic work
deadline is Nov. 15, 2019. Winners will be notified by
Send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please contact Samantha
Masunaga at Samantha.Masunaga@latimes.com
or Teresa Watanabe