NBC News Summer Partnership

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February 28, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) is pleased to announce our continued partnership with Comcast NBCUniversal for the NBC News Summer Fellows Program. The AAJA/NBC News Summer Fellowship gives students real-world experience and exposure to one of the world's leading News divisions, which includes NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC. The start date is the first Monday of June. Eligibility requirements: must be an active, paid AAJA member; must be willing to live in New York City or its environs for the duration of the internship; must be at least 18; must be enrolled full-time at a U.S. college or university; must be a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student; must major in journalism or a communications discipline; must have a 3.0 GPA; and, must have unrestricted authorization to work in the US without holding a VISA or sponsorship. In addition to the application, applicants will also need to submit a resume, one reference letter, and an essay question: In 150-200 words, state why you want to pursue a career in broadcast journalism and what you hope to gain from the internship experience. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 5 Third St
  • Suite 1108
  • San Francisco, CA 94103
  • danielg@aaja.org
  • tel: 415-346-2051
  • fax: 415-346-6343

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