|For more than two decades, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) has supported its student members by offering them an opportunity to produce multimedia reports on our annual convention and also news developments in each host city.
2017 NABJ Student Multimedia Projects
August 8-13, 2017
NABJ offers an expenses-paid fellowship to outstanding journalism students. For one week, students work with professional journalists and educators to create daily television newscasts and newspapers, as well as craft and manage a full convention website. The students produce pieces about all elements of the convention and complement this reporting with local stories that capture buzz-worthy developments in convention host cities.
The 2017 program will take place during the 42nd Annual Convention & Career Fair, which is scheduled to take place in New Orleans from Aug. 9-13, 2017. Students must be available to take part in the entire fellowship.
Applications are now closed!
NABJ would like to thank our partners at the Knight Foundation
for their ongoing support of the Student Projects.