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Journalism: Political Journalism – Georgetown University


This summer: June 9 – August 4, 2007
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
http://pull.xmr3.com/p/2666- EC01/16361357/http- www.dcinternships.org- ipj.html


Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies in partnership with Georgetown University,
the Institute on Political Journalism combines substantive internships, courses for academic credit, career development activities, site briefings and panels featuring professional journalists.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until the Final Deadline of March 1, 2007.
Students applying by the Priority Deadline of February 1, 2007 are given preference in
admissions and scholarship decisions as well as internship placement.

– Internships – Competitive placements with media organizations
– Classes – Up to 9 credits in ethics and economics for journalists from Georgetown University
– Housing – Furnished, on- campus apartments in the heart of D.C.
– Site Briefings – At the White House Complex, U.S. House of Representatives and State Department
– Guest Lectures – With Washington's top print and broadcast journalists
– Leadership & Professional Development – “ Leadership, mentoring and career building activities
– Networking – Interaction with 90 other student journalists from around the world
– Scholarships – Over half of all students receive full or partial funding based on financial need and merit

For more information and an online application, please visit our website
http://pull.xmr3.com/p/2666- EC01/16361357/http- www.dcinternships.org- ipj.html
or contact Joe Starrs, Director, Institute on Political Journalism at
or 1- 800- 741- 6964.

Please click here for an informational brochure:
http://pull.xmr3.com/p/2666- 2F00/16361353/clickto2_s.org- tfas- brochure- index.asp.html

2007 Thomas L. Philips Collegiate Journalism Awards

The Institute on Political Journalism is now accepting entries for the
2007 Thomas L. Philips Collegiate Journalism Awards. The awards recognize excellence
in well- sourced news stories or analytical reports in collegiate publications that
demonstrate an understanding of the basic ideas that support a free society, including
freedom of the press, freedom of speech and free- market economic principles.

First, second and third place prizes are $5,000, $2,500 and $1,000 respectively.
All articles must have been published between January 1, 2006 and March 31, 2007.
All entries must be postmarked by March 31, 2007. Please visit the website
for further information on entry guidelines.

The Fund for American Studies
1706 New Hampshire Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20009