Save the date: May 15- Spanish Language TV Writing and Producing Workshop at Noticias Univision desde Washington/ Taller en español con Noticias Univision el 15 de mayo


Noticias DC/Univision serán los anfitriones de un taller de redacción y producción el 15 de mayo a las 7 p.m. Acompáñenos y participe de las charlas en español que darán profesionales del equipo local de noticias de Univision y un corresponsal nacional de este medio. El costo para participar es de $15.

También habrá oportunidad de hablar con periodistas del área y de comer pizza y bebidas.

El estudio de Noticias DC/ Univision está localizado en 101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Suite L-100, Washington, DC 20001. (Al lado del Departamento de Trabajo y a varias cuadras de Union Station*)

Para dicho encuentro le pedimos que confirmen su asistencia al correo electrónico

Gracias de antemano!

NAHJ Washington, D.C. Chapter Board


Dear members,

Noticias DC/Univision will host a TV writing and producing workshop on Thursday May 15 at 7 p.m. Join us for this Spanish-language workshop and hear from experienced professionals from Univision’s local news team and a national correspondent. The cost to participate is $15.

Also, we will have pizza, drinks and the opportunity to network with other journalists in the area.
Noticias DC/Univision’s studio is located at 101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Suite L-100, Washington, DC 20001. (Next to the Dept. of Labor and a few blocks away from Union Station*)
Register by emailing your name and contact information to
Thank you!
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Washington, D.C. Journalism Job Fair


Hosted by Georgetown University’s Master’s in Journalism Program

Update: We are expecting a full house at our #dcjobfair at Georgetown University’s Downtown Campus. If you did not pre-register, we are accommodating walk-ins on a first come, first serve basis. We are expecting 200 people. If you want to meet with the recruiter from Vox Media. Please go in the morning. She is leaving at noon.

Brandon Benavides




Looking for a new job in Washington, D.C.? Looking for your next internship in the nation’s capital? Now is your chance to meet with top recruiters and hiring managers in the Washington, D.C. area. Join us Saturday, April 12 at the Georgetown downtown campus, located at 640 Massachusetts Ave. NW, just two blocks from the Gallery Place Metro Station. The Job Fair will begin at 10:00 AM and end at 2:00 PM. Doors close at 1:30 PM. More about the Georgetown University journalism program here.

The cost is $10 for job seekers.

For the affordable price, you can attend the job fair, meet with hiring managers at exhibit tables as well as network with other area journalists and employers in a lounge area.

Register online now here

We, the Washington, D.C. chapter presidents of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, Asian American Journalists Association, the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association, the Society of Professional Journalists and the Washington Association of Black Journalists, invite you to participate in the job fair.

Brandon Benavides – President, NAHJ D.C.
Curtis Tate – President, NLGJA
Donna Walker - President, WABJ
Seung Min Kim – President, AAJA D.C.
Elizabeth Jia - President, SPJ D.C.

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Membership Meeting at NPR

UPDATE 3/19 – Photos from the meeting


nprNAHJ DC is pleased to announce our next event at NPR onWednesday, March 19 from 6:30-8:30pm. We will tour their new state of the art facility in NoMa and participate in a panel with some of NPR’s Latino journalists who work “behind the scenes” contributing to the company on multiple levels.

Please RSVP by the close of business Tuesday, March 18th by emailing

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Chapter Membership Drive with Special Guest Mexican Ambassador to the U.S. Eduardo Medina-Mora


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NAHJ Washington, D.C. presents an evening with the Mexican Ambassador to the United States of America, Eduardo Medina-Mora.

Join us for our chapter membership drive at the Mexican Embassy in downtown D.C. on Monday, March 24 at 6:30 PM. Mix and mingle with top
journalists and Mexican officials in the U.S.

Ambassador Medina-Mora will speak and take questions on the record.

RSVP via email at by Wednesday, March 19.


NAHJ Washington, DC presenta: Una noche con el Embajador de México en Estados Unidos, Eduardo Medina Mora.

Los invitamos a asistir a nuestra campaña de afiliación en la Embajada de México localizada en el centro de Washington el lunes 24 de marzo a las 6:30 pm. Socializa con periodistas de la ciudad y funcionarios mexicanos en los EE.UU.

El Embajador Medina Mora hablará y responderá preguntas ante el público.

Confirma tu asistencia por correo electrónico a a más
tardar el miércoles 19 de marzo.

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Joint Journalism Job Fair in Washington, D.C.

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D.C. Latino Caucus and American Asian and Pacific Islanders Caucus endorse D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray

Democratic Candidates for Washington D.C. Mayor

Democratic Candidates for Washington D.C. Mayor

The NAHJ Washington, D.C. Chapter co-sponsored the D.C. Latino Caucus Mayoral Forum and Straw Poll Saturday, March 1. All eight democrats running for mayor attended the forum at the Josephine Butler Parks Center in Northwest D.C. The D.C. Chapter did not endorse any candidate, nor did we participate in the vote or counting. We secured moderators Ray Suarez from Al Jazeera America and Maria Rosa Lucchini from Noticias D.C. More than 200 community members attended.

Washington Informer

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