40th Annual NABJ Convention and Career Fair
Minneapolis, MN August 5 – August 9, 2015
National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) offers expenses-paid fellowships to outstanding journalism students to cover its Annual Convention and Career Fair, and local stories in the convention host city. For one week, students work with professional journalists and educators to produce daily television newscasts and newspapers, as well as create and manage a full convention website.
Scholarships offer travel expenses, and sometimes extra stipends, for students who want to pursue multimedia, photography, graphic design, sports writing, copy editing, broadcast, television production, writing and reporting, and public relations.
(These internships are open to anyone, not just African-American students.)
Interns apply here. Deadlines have been extended.
Sports journalists apply here. Deadline is Feb. 13.
For multimedia and photography interns should also contact Prof. McGill for further information.
For more than two decades, the National Association of Black Journalists has supported its student members and the future of journalism by offering students an opportunity to cover the annual convention and host city.