The mission of the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists Student Chapter (AABJSC) is to encourage the growth of student journalists and to provide resources to facilitate that growth. We focus on Print, Broadcast, Public Relations, and New Media!
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Scholarships, Fellowships & Internships
*NABJ Scholarships Extended
The following opportunities have been extended for members until Jan. 31, 2020. Please click on the listing to access the application link. Former and new members can launch or renew their memberships here in order to qualify.
- NABJ Ethel Payne Fellowship
- The Ringer Internship
- Larry Whiteside Scholarship
- NABJ-NFL Internship
- NABJ-ESPN Stuart Scott Internship-Scholarship
- NABJ Region III Scholarship
- NABJ Founders Scholarship: Edward Blackwell
- NABJ Founders Scholarship: Paul Brock
- NABJ President’s Scholarship: Vernon Jarrett
- Les Payne Founders Scholarship
- Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship
- NABJ Scholarship
- Acel Moore Scholarship
ABJ’s Xernona Clayton Scholarship
The Atlanta Association of Black Journalists (AABJ) is excited to assist students in their desire to achieve success in the journalism field. Since 1976, AABJ has served as the collective voice of Atlanta’s African-American media talent, representing hundreds of professionals in print, radio, television, public relations and new media. With the help of corporate sponsors, the Xernona Clayton Scholarship Fund helps deserving students pursue a college education.
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