The NAHJ Washington, D.C. Chapter is now taking applications for the Spring 2016 Charlie Ericksen Journalism Internship Supplements. Help us spread the word!
We will award one internship supplement to a student interning at a Washington D.C. Area news outlet. The supplement is worth $335 to be paid as follows: $300 to be placed on a Metro SmarTrip Card and $35 to pay for the NAHJ Student membership.
1.High school seniors, college students and recent graduates who will
live in the D.C./Md./Va. area during the Spring 2016
2.Demonstrate a commitment to the field of journalism
3.Show financial need
The deadline to apply is Friday, February 19.
You can download the application and criteria HERE or from our WEBSITE.
applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the supplement:
Our intention is to help students who go to school and live in the District, Maryland, and Virginia. We understand many students intern for free and may not have the financial support to do so. We hope this money will help ease the burden on their families.
We have worked closely with NAHJ founder Charlie Ericksen on how to distribute this money. He has helped launch the careers of many journalists. We honor his commitment to journalism through this supplement in his name.
Charlie Ericksen, founder of Hispanic Link News Service, founder of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and NAHJ Hall of Fame recipient. (Photo by Zita Arocha/Borderzine.com)
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