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Offered by Asian American Journalists Association
Are you an Asian or Pacific Islander graduate student pursuing a career in journalism? If so, you might be interested in applying for the CIC/Anna Chennault Scholarship! The scholarship is open to aspiring Asian-American journalists who are AAJA (Asian American Journalists Association) members and current graduate students.
The Asian American Journalists Association is proud to offer this and other scholarships to support students pursuing a variety of careers in journalism. The AAJA is a membership-based nonprofit organization focused on advancing diversity and accurate coverage of communities of color. The scholarship is named after Anna Chennault, a writer, international business executive, and founder of the Council for International Cooperation (CIC). Every year, one lucky, aspiring Asian-American journalist is chosen to earn a $5,000 scholarship. In addition, the winner will receive travel, lodging, and registration to attend the AAJA’s national annual convention and will be assigned a mentor for the convention. If you are an Asian-American graduate student passionate about a career in journalism, we encourage you to apply!
The scholarship is open to full-time graduate students in the U.S. who are AAJA members. Applicants must also meet the below eligibility requirements.
To apply for this scholarship, students must submit an online application, a statement justifying financial need, work samples, and the below application materials.
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