CENTER FOR INTEGRATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF JOURNALISM
 

Workshops & Services - Programs

 
Medicine in the Media: The Challenge of Reporting on Medical Research
An annual symposium to help develop journalists' ability to evaluate and report on medical research. The symposium examines the challenges and opportunities inherent in the process of communicating the results of medical research to the public.

contact NIH OFFICE OF MEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF RESEARCH

Apr 20, 2018
 
National Arts Journalism Program
America's sole academic center dedicated to the advancement of arts and cultural journalism and is a joint program of Columbia University's School of Journalism and School of the Arts.

contact COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Apr 19, 2018
 
Maynard Institute Editing Program
The six-week session immerses participants in everything from the basics of headline writing, grammar, page design and story organization to interpersonal skills that enable editors to work successfully with reporters and other editors.

contact MAYNARD INSTITUTE

Apr 6, 2018
 
Albert E. Fitzpatrick Leadership Development Institute
A three-day, hands-on program for new and middle managers of color. It is offered twice a year, in the spring and fall, in partnership with different media organizations and associations.

contact NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY MEDIA EXECUTIVES

Apr 6, 2018
 
Asian American Journalists Association Executive Leadership Program
The AAJA Executive Leadership Program (ELP) looks at how Asian American and Pacific Islander values relate to high-level decision-making processes and leadership development.

contact ALBERT LEE

Apr 6, 2018
 
University of Alabama Multicultural Journalism Program
Up to 30 students attend an intensive workshop held on the University campus each summer. The workshop emphasizes reporting, writing, editing, graphics, photography, production and basic communication skills.

contact DR. EDWARD MULLINS

Mar 30, 2018
 
Marine Biological Laboratory Science Journalism Program
Giving professional science reporters the chance to forget about story deadlines and the latest breakthroughs, ad instead immerse themselves in the process of basic biomedical and environmental research.

contact PAMELA CLAPP HINKLE

Mar 30, 2018
 
Maryland Scholastic Press Association Summer Program
Last year close to 120 high school students spent an intense week at the University of Maryland studying journalism at MSPA's annual program.

contact MARCHELLE PAYNE-GASSAWAY

Mar 30, 2018
 
NYU Journalism in London Summer
All NYU Summer in London courses carry four points of undergraduate credit that count toward the NYU journalism major and as electives for other NYU undergraduates. In the case of visiting students, transfer of credits is up to the student's home school.

contact CAROL STERNHELL

Mar 28, 2018
 
Emma L. Bowen Foundation Work Study/Scholarship Program
Established by the media industry to increase access to permanent job opportunities for minority students. Students work for a partner company during summers and school breaks from the end of their junior year in high school until they graduate from coll

contact ROBBIN TURNER, REGIONAL DIRECTOR, WESTERN REGION

Mar 8, 2018
 
Scripps Howard Foundation's Semester in Washington
TheSemester in Washington program offers students from selected colleges and universities hands-on reporting and editing experience during three full semester sessions and oneinter-session.At least three international students participate.

contact DEBBIE COOPER

Feb 23, 2018
 
826 Valencia Field Trips
826 Valencia is a fun and inspiring place to come with a group of students to work on writing. Our space is free and available to teachers in the Bay area, grades 112, for field trips of all kinds.

contact JORY JOHN

Feb 11, 2018
 
NBC Second Year Minority Writer Program
NBC provides funding for a minority staff writer position for all scripted Primetime Series, Daytime and Late Night Programming.

contact UNAVAILABLE

Feb 10, 2018
 
American Indian Journalism Institute
The program, now in its fifth year, provides journalism training for about 25 Native American college students each year. This year's program will be held June 5-24, 2018, at the Al Neuharth Media Center at the University of South Dakota.

contact JACK MARSH

Feb 10, 2018
 
School for International Training Study Abroad Programs
Undergraduate field study around the world.

contact SIT

Feb 8, 2018
 
NAB Executive Development Program for Radio Broadcasters
To be a leader in Radio, you must not only know how to adapt to change but also how to guide your staff to optimize efficiency and provide a smooth transition - whether it be a change in format or a change in ownership.

contact KELLY L. HARRIS

Feb 8, 2018
 
Programs to Aid Science and Engineering Students
Bell Labs and Lucent Technologies have several programs that are designed to encourage students to pursue careers in science and engineering

contact SPECIAL PROGRAMS MANAGER

Feb 7, 2018
 
NBC's News Associate Program
The News Associates program is a fast-track opportunity for people with the goal to learn news gathering and production skills. It is not designed to train people who wish to be on-air reporters.

contact UNAVAILABE

Feb 3, 2018
 
Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP)
For sophomore, junior or senior students who are currently enrolled in a degree-granting program at an institution of higher education and who are members of a population underrepresented in the academy.

contact YOLANDA ZEPEDA

Feb 1, 2018
 
NAJA Programs
Professional development fellowships, scholarships, tribal media institute, covering Native America

contact NAJA

Jan 21, 2018
 
AAJA Professional Programs
AAJA Radio Network, Mentor Programs, Seminars, Study Tours, Fellowships, Executive Leadership Program, Camp AAJA.

contact ALBERT LEE

Jan 20, 2018
 
Poynter Summer Program for College Graduates
For graduates in journalism, the liberal arts, and graphic or visual design. Only 16 students will be selected for the six-week summer program.

contact UNAVAILABLE

Jan 11, 2018
 
Graduate Horizons Program
Pre-Graduate School Workshop for Native American Students co-sponsored by AIGC (American Indian Graduate Center) Winds of Change Magazine, U. of Missouri-Columbia, and over 30 of the nation's finest graduate and professional programs.

contact CHRISTINE SUINA

Jan 7, 2018
 
The Poynter High School Journalism Program
Designed to introduce Tampa Bay area sophomores, juniors and seniors to all facets of the journalist's craft: reporting, writing, design, graphics, photography, broadcast, and multimedia.

contact EVELYN HSU

Jan 7, 2018
 
Carole Kneeland News Director Development Program
Program trains news directors to set journalistic standards and make them stick, delegate responsibility, work productively with G.M. and corporate, and make ethical decisions under deadline pressure. Apply by Dec. 31, 2004.

contact KIM BARNES

Dec 16, 2004
 
Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment
Enhance your understanding of critical issues in the Earth and environmental sciences during this intensive one-week program. Applications are due by March 15, 2018.

contact WENDY REDAL

Dec 16, 2004
 
Historically Black Institution Visitation Program
Established by the Purdue University Graduate School as a recognition of the need for increasing the enrollment of students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

contact DWIGHT E. LEWIS

Dec 15, 2004
 
Committee on Institutional Cooperation Summer Research Opportunities Program
Sophomores, juniors, and seniorswho are currently enrolled in a degree-granting program and who are members of a population underrepresented in the academy are eligible.

contact CIC

Dec 15, 2004
 
BAMMA '04
Each summer 16-20 high school students from throughout the Bay Area sign up for a two-week journalism boot camp, the Bay Area Multicultural Media Academy. Check out the stories the Class of '04 wrote during their tenure at BAMMA.

contact DORIS OWYANG

Aug 31, 2004