NAHJ Student Project – Application Deadline: April 30, 2015

The National Association of Hispanic Journalist Association is accepting applications for its annual student projects.

The project, which focuses include broadcast, print and online, give students the opportunity of an intensive, week-long experience in a newsroom created to cover NAHJ’s national conference in Orlando. Students work alongside professionals in the field as reporters, photographers, producers, writers and multimedia journalist  to produce stores for the Latino Reporter Digital.

Need more information about what it’s like to work in this setting? I’m sure we can put you in contact with an alum of the projects.

For more information, visit their website.

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About Icess Fernandez Rojas

Icess is a writer, professor, and blogger. She is a graduate of Goddard College's MFA program. Her work has been published in Rabble Lit, Minerva Rising Literary Journal, and the Feminine Collective's anthology Notes from Humanity. Her nonfiction has appeared in Dear Hope,, HuffPost and the Guardian. She is a recipient of the Owl of Minerva Award, a VONA/Voices of Our Nation Arts Foundation alum, and is also a Kimbilio Fellow. She's currently working on her first novel.