Spanish-speaking journalists can apply for training.
Latin American digital magazine Late hosts an online freelance journalism school, with classes starting Aug. 1.
The five-month training is organized in seven learning modules: reporting, writing, editing, photojournalism, podcasting, mobile and viral journalism and a final workshop to help journalists sell their pieces.
Instructors are Yasna Mussa (Chile), Alejandro Saldívar (Mexico), Diego Cazar (Ecuador), Daniel Wizenberg (Argentina), Ricks Dávila (Mexico), Mónica Rivero Cabrera (Cuba) and Giovanni Jaramillo Rojas (Colombia).
Applying costs US$10, which will be deducted from the enrollment fee of US$140 if the candidate is selected. The school will accept 30 reporters.
The deadline is July 20.
For more information (in Spanish), click here.