This resource page provides links to First Amendment-related organizations and training resources for journalists.
First Amendment-Related Organizations
Professional Training & Resources for Journalists
The Diversity Institute at Vanderbilt University is a state-of-the-art educational facility, adjacent to the Freedom Forum's First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.
The Chips Quinn Scholars program, sponsored by the Freedom Forum, offers journalism students of color hands-on training in journalism and mentoring by caring news veterans. The aim: Provide special support and encouragement that will open doors to news careers and bring greater diversity to the nation's daily newspaper newsrooms. The site also includes links to many other training opportunities.
The American Indian Journalism Institute is an academic, scholarship and internship program for college students run and funded by the Freedom Forum, a foundation which promotes employment diversity in America’s newsrooms. For three weeks in June, Native American students will learn the craft of journalism through one of several journalism courses taught at the Freedom Forum’s Al Neuharth Media Center, on The University of South Dakota’s Vermillion campus.
Last Updated: 11/13/2007 10:45 AM