NABJ offers students an
expenses-paid fellowship to work in a fully operational newsroom to cover
NABJ’s annual convention and local stories in the host city.
During the week-long program,
students work alongside professional journalists and public relations experts
to produce daily television newscasts and newspapers; create and maintain the
convention website; and coordinate and manage corporate communications for
workshops, special events and NABJ’s sponsors.
Five students are selected for each
of the following program area: print, TV reporting, TV production, graphic
design, photography, multimedia, copy desk, and public relations.Mentors are selected based on their
experience and availability.Students
and mentors can apply online via NABJ’s website.Winners are selected and notified annually in