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AAJA Call for Future Journalists in Annual Scholarship Comeptition

By December 11, 2014No Comments

By P.C. Staff

The Asian American Journalist Association’s Los Angeles Chapter opened its annual scholarship competition. Full-time college students in the Greater Los Angeles area are encouraged to apply for a chance at several scholarships of $2,500 each.

Check for eligibility before applying at AAJA website.

Eligible students include:

  • Students who are committed to the AAJA’s mission and demonstrate a strong interest in pursuing journalism as a career.
  • Full-time students who are enrolled in colleges and universities in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and Ventura counties and taking journalism related courses and pursuing careers in journalism.
  • Membership in AAJA is encouraged for all applicants and required for those selected to receive scholarships. For membership information please visit AAJA’s website.

Applications will be reviewed by a panel of judges led by Henry Fuhrmann, chapter co-president and assistant managing editor at the Los Angeles Times.

Submission deadline is Monday, Jan. 5. Please direct questions to or on Twitter @aajala.