Are you looking for an awesome opportunity to learn more about and build a career in AAPI public service and civic engagement? The Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL) is now accepting applications for its 2016 Public Service Scholarship and Internship Programs.
CAPAL’s Scholarship and Internship programs are great opportunities for students to gain exposure and real-world experience in government and public service and to receive funding for their internships. The programs also include weekly leadership seminars, networking opportunities, and individual mentorship.
Here are some more details about the programs:
The Asian American Journalists Association is currently seeking applicants for several scholarships and grants aimed at promoting and supporting journalism students. Virtually all of them are due in the next two months, and all of them seem like super-cool opportunities to provide financial aid to in-need students. The funding opportunities are available to students interested in journalism whether in traditional news media outlets or online.
Here’s the list of stuff currently available:
AAJA is paticularly interested in finding applicants for the CIC/Anna Chennault Scholarship, which provides $5000 in support for college, as well as offsets cost of travel to the AAJA national conference.
Check out the AAJA website, and get to applying folks!
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