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Grist looking for fall 2017 fellows

From: Andrew Simon <asimon@grist.org>
Date: Mon, Jun 19, 2017 at 9:42 AM
Subject: Grist looking for fall 2017 fellows

Hello, I’m the fellowship program director at Grist.org, a nonprofit green news site based in Seattle.

Grist is once again looking for paid journalism fellows. This time around we’re offering two fellowships: an environmental justice fellowship and a video fellowship. The video fellowship is based in Seattle, the justice fellow has the option to work remotely. The fellowship pays $2,600 per month.
Would you help spread the word to your local AAJA network? Here’s the link, the next deadline to apply is July 31:
Any additional mentions on Twitter or Facebook would be great, as well as inclusion in any email blasts, newsletters, etc. to your broader journalism networks.
Andrew Simon
Director, New Programs and Initiatives, Grist.org
About the Grist Fellowship Program
The Grist Fellowship Program is an opportunity for early-career journalists to hone their skills at a national news outlet and deepen their knowledge of environmental issues. The fellowship offers exposure to the leading sustainability thinkers and theories of our time, real-world experience at a fast-paced news site, and the occasional scrumptious snacks.

Notice of HART Active Recruitments 06/16/2017


The following are open recruitments at the City & County of Honolulu, Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) as of 06/16/2017. They are available to be viewed at http://www.honolulutransit.org/hartjobs/. Attached, you will find our Equal Employment Opportunity policy.

Please distribute the following information to prospective applicants:

Available HART Positions

Agreements Arbiter and Manager/Insurance Risk Manager

Annual Salary Range: $59,736 to $88,020

Duties: This position has two major responsibilities in support of the Rail Project. First, the position serves as the manager of third party agreements between HART and outside agencies. These contracts are distinguishable from HART agreements with designers, construction contractors and professional firms. A non-exhaustive list of examples of “3d party agreements” are: Memoranda of Understanding with various departments within the State of Hawaii and the City and County of Honolulu, certain agreements with private and public Utilities, private landowners and their developers, non-profit entities, and agreements relating to easements. Secondly, the position is responsible for overseeing and managing the Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) and other sponsored insurance coverage for HART, including contractor compliance with contract mandated coverage. The incumbent assists in negotiating and is responsible for tracking, updating, renewing and managing these agreements.

Minimum Requirements: J.D. or equivalent degree or experience; at minimum, a Bachelor’s or higher degree with relevant experience in contract management, project management and insurance risk management. Minimum 5 years of experience in contract law, preferably in government contracting, or management of large scale, complex engineering and construction projects with participation by multiple agencies and jurisdictions. Working knowledge and proficiency with computers and related software applications, such as spreadsheets, word processing and graphics. Strong organization, communication, analytical and conceptual skills. Effective interpersonal skills. Must be able to work with different disciplines and management levels, within and outside the agency; Effective negotiation skills, able to direct, monitor and accomplish goals. Continue Reading →

College Night 2016

AAJA Hawaii College Night rescheduled to Nov. 10 from 6:45 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. RSVP bit.ly/2edOzS4 by Nov. 7. Seating limited.

Asian American Journalists Association Hawaii Chapter
presents College Night
Thursday, Nov. 10 2016
6:45 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
PBS Hawaii
315 Sand Island Access Road
Parking on site is available.

College students interested in a career in journalism are invited to AAJA’s college night.
We will have some pizza, tour the new PBS Hawaii station, and watch a live-taping of the hour-long Insights news talk show.
Space is limited. RSVP is required by Nov. 10, 2016 as your names will be checked at the door.
RSVP on eventbrite here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/asian-american-journalists-association-presents-college-night-tickets-28452793070

VOICES, here she comes!

The AAJA Hawaii Chapter would like to congratulate Noelle Fujii, who will be participating in this year’s AAJA VOICES Program. Sponsored in part by the chapter, Fujii will be attending the national convention to for a multimedia experience amidst seasoned journalists.

Fujii is a recent graduate from University of Hawaii at Mānoa. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in Japanese.

While at UH, Fujii worked as news editor and editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, Ka Leo. During this time, she also had internships at Hawaii Business magazine and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. This summer, she is interning again at Hawaii Business.

VOICES is a 26-year program dedicated to supporting budding journalists either currently in college or have recently graduated. The program allows participants to practice their reporting skills in the various mediums, while attending AAJA’s national convention.

For more information about VOICES, visit http://www.aaja.org/about-voices/. Check out Fujii’s VOICES journey on Twitter @aajahi and on Facebook.com/aajahawaii.

Boston Globe seeking interns

The Boston Globe runs one of the top programs in the nation, giving 11 interns the opportunity to work as reporters, or as a photographer, designer or copy editor.

The 12-week paid internship places reporter-interns in our Metro, Business, Living/Arts, Health/Science and Sports departments; the photo intern shoots stills and video for all sections, the design intern creates sections fronts and information graphics for print and online, and the copy editing intern works on local and regional, national and foreign and business copy. We provide direction and feedback, as well as a writing coach who is dedicated to the interns. Globe interns produce every day and finely polish their journalism skills over the summer.

The application deadline this year is Nov. 2. More information on the program and an application can be accessed from our website:www.bostonglobe.com/newsintern.