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2024 VOICES cohort applications now open!

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AAJA Voices is a multimedia journalism fellowship for college students that runs each summer, culminating in a week in-person at the national AAJA convention.

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Special Thanks to the Voices friends at The Washington Post: Lori Aratani, Tracy Jan, Marian Liu, Kenisha Malcolm, Melissa Ngo, Alisa Tang, Emily Tsao, William Wan, Amy B Wang, Jay Wang

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Join AAJA’s 2024 VOICES cohort! Our multimedia journalism training fellowship is for college and graduate students. This year’s program will focus on Asian Americans in the upcoming election cycle, broadly defined.

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To sponsor this program or learn more about AAJA’s student programming, reach out to us at programs@aaja.org.

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The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is a membership nonprofit advancing diversity in newsrooms and ensuring fair and accurate coverage of communities of color. AAJA has more than 1,500 members across the United States and Asia.

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