2017 MJW application

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2017 Multicultural Journalism Program application Submission deadline: April 1, 2017   Full Name:   Home phone:                           Cell phone:   E-mail address:   Name of high school, city and graduation year:   School phone number:   School address:   Date of birth:   Race (optional, check all that apply):    Hispanic or Latino  Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian  Native American  African American  Asian American  Caucasian or White     Gender :  Male           Female   Home address:   Name(s) of parents or legal guardian:   Parent or guardian address and phone(s) number if different from above address:         Return application by April 1 via email to mccummings1@ua.edu Meredith Cummings Director, MJW Box 870172 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0172 Or fax to the…
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Apply now for the summer 2011 Multicultural Journalism Workshop

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Join us for the University of Alabama's 28th annual Multicultural Journalism Workshop! The purpose of the workshop is to give high school students experience that teaches them more about college life and a career in media. Students who will be in the 9th grade through freshman year in college in fall 2011 are eligible to attend the June 17-26 workshop. The program is free and the University supplies housing, meals and field trips, as well as top-notch, intensive instruction by industry professionals. Transportation to and from Tuscaloosa is the student’s responsibility. The deadline is April 1. Questions? E-mail mjp@ua.edu Please send: 1) A completed MJW application form. 2) An official transcript of grades and standardized test scores. 3) A typed, 500-word essay explaining your interest in journalism. Include at least 100 words about…
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MJP Journal: Summer 2010

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Open publication - Free publishing - More shoals Check out the Summer 2010 issue of the MJP Journal! Thanks to all the hard-working student journalists who contributed. The Multicultural Journalism Workshop is a residential camp lasting 10 days offered at the University of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa. It is designed to give high school students – especially those who come from underserved populations – a basic journalism learning experience to help them consider a career in journalism: writing, reporting, editing, layout and photography for newspaper, online and broadcast. For the past 27 years, the workshop has been a multicultural workshop, welcoming students of all races and ethnic groups who have a desire to practice journalism in an increasingly diverse society. Students apply and write an essay about what multicultural journalism…
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Breaking: Congratulations, MJW Class of 2010!

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Every summer, the Alabama Scholastic Press Association and the College of Communication and Information Sciences welcome a group of high school students to attend the intensive, nine-day Multicultural Journalism Workshop. Students study and practice journalism under UA faculty and top journalists, learning how professionals report, write and present the news in print, online and by broadcast. Congratulations to the 2010 class! We'll see you June 18-27: Sharisma Bell, Montgomery, AL (Booker T. Washington Magnet High School) David Currin, Millbrook, AL (Stanhope Elmore High School) Aaron Etheredge, Irvington, AL (Alma Bryant High School) Georgianna (Gigi) Eyre, Daphne, AL (Bayside Academy) Geoff Follette, Madison, AL (Bob Jones High School) Brian Helms, Millbrook, AL (Stanhope Elmore High School) Latara Holloway, Montgomery, AL (Booker T. Washington Magnet High School Corey Johnson, Scottsboro, AL (Scottsboro…
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