Monthly Archives: January 2010

Poynter Fellowship for Journalism Students

One of the best training seminars I’ve attended as a journalist was at the Poynter Institute in Florida. I took a four-day intro to multimedia session taught by Al Tompkins, which set me on my way to new beginnings in video journalism.

Now the highly-regarded school for journalists is accepting applications for its 2010 Fellowship for College Journalists.┬áThe fellowship is from May 16 to 28, although the deadline for applications is March 1. It’s a very prestigious fellowship and you would make connections there to very smart journalists whose knowledge you can tap into long after the fellowship is over.

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