Wednesday, February 23, 2011

YJI Welcomes Contest Entries Worldwide


Now is not the time for shyness. Now is the time to be bold. This is the moment of recognition for student journalists the world over. It is the Youth Journalism International 2011 Excellence in Journalism contest and we want you to enter.

There are five top awards. The Frank Keegan "Take No Prisoners" Award for News, the Jacinta Marie Bunnell Award for Commentary, Student Journalist of the Year, Journalism Educator of the Year and our newest award for Courage in Journalism.

There are many other categories as well, in newswriting, enterprise reporting, opinion, sports, photography, cartoons and more. This is a contest that has something for everyone. All young journalists who were not paid professionals and who were age 19 or under at the time their work was published are eligible.

Students, teachers, parents, check this out for yourselves or the young writer, photographer or artist in your life. You can't win unless you enter and the rewards are sweet.
Everything can be done online, and all the rules and links and the contest entry forms are all at our website, www.youthjournalism.org. Go to the link for "Contest" at the top of the homepage and you'll be all set. The deadline is March 8.
If you have questions, comments or concerns, send them to yjicontest@gmail.com.
There is no contest like this in the world. Don't miss out.

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Youth Journalism International's annual journalism contest is underway.
See www.YouthJournalism.org for details.

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