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Start your career path at the American Indian Journalism Institute
An academic, scholarship and internship program run by the Freedom Forum at The University of South Dakota. AIJI is the premier journalism training and newsroom internship program for Native American college students. Applications are now being accepted for the three-week program.
Native students produce special edition of Journal
A record 163 students from 31 high schools and colleges practiced reporting, writing and photography during the 8th annual Native American Journalism Career Conference April 17-19, 2007, at Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota. The student journalism led to a special edition of the Native Journal.
Freedom Forum names 47 Chips Quinn Scholars for summer 2007 internship program
News release Program will bring the number of trained Chips Quinn Scholars to 1,080.
Native American journalism is focus of April conference
News release Experienced journalists will mentor the students on basic skills, practices at Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota.
New Chips Quinn Scholars discuss their hopes
Spring ‘07 class, two summer Scholars talk about what they hope to learn and do in the program.
Diversity Institute graduates six journalism fellows
News release After completing 12-week program, fellows joins staffs of their sponsoring newspapers as full-time journalists.
Having fun with journalism
More than 130 high school and college students learn about reporting, writing and photography during the seventh annual Native American Journalism Career Conference.
Articles by Winter 2006 Diversity Institute Fellows
Collection of Articles by Winter 2006 Diversity Institute Fellows
Editors urged to diversify university publications
Article by 2006 Diversity Institute Fellow Martin Ricard
Former governor offers Belmont executive insight
Article by 2006 Diversity Institute Fellow Louis Medina
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