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Thomson Reuters offers news traineeship [Thailand]
Recent graduates who are fluent in Thai and English can apply for an yearlong internship program in Bangkok.
Reporting fellowship sends journalists to seven countries [Asia, Europe]
Aspiring reporters ages 18 to 30 can apply for the 2017 ASEFEdu Young Reporter to cover the Asia-Europe Foundation’s education projects in Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Myanmar, Finland and South Korea.
ONA17 Student Newsroom open [US]
College students and aspiring mentors can apply to cover the Online News Association Conference & Awards Banquet Oct. 5 to 7 in Washington.
Summer school for journalists open [Eastern Europe, Central Asia]
Russian-speaking students, journalists, photographers and documentary filmmakers from Russia and neighboring countries can participate in this program in the Tver region.
Journalism internship fund available [South Asia, US, Canada]
Students of South Asian descent can apply for internship assistance from the South Asian Journalists Association.
Fulbright grants accepting applications [Lebanon]
Lebanese journalists, as well as Palestinian residents of Lebanon, can apply for this grant to study in the United States.
Journalism contest highlights community leaders [Africa]
Aspiring journalists from Portuguese-speaking countries in Africa can submit text, video or photo stories to Deutsche Welle's "Heroes of today."
Lviv Media Forum open [Europe]
Journalists are invited to attend this forum in Lviv, Ukraine. Topics include media trends, the role of media in global conflicts and media revenue.
EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship open [Canada]
College students can apply for a fellowship to participate in a weeklong study tour in Brussels.
Thomson Reuters seeks editor [Saudi Arabia]
Experienced journalists can apply for this position in Riyadh.
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