AAJA Journalism Internship Grants

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) offers a number of grant opportunities to college-bound Asian journalism students.


The Print and Online News Grants are internship/grants of up to $1,500 to students made possible by the Chicago Tribune Foundation and the William Woo Internship Fund.

The Broadcast News Grants are internship/grants of up to $2,500 to aspiring AAPI television or radio male broadcasters made possible by the scholarship fund of Lloyd LaCuesta and the late Sam Chu Lin.

The Stanford Chen Internship Grants are One grant of $1,750 to college students who are interns at small- to medium-size media.

Applicants must have a serious interest in pursuing a career in journalism. Interns must be 18 years of age by May 15 and a full-time college student or a recent college graduate.

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