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2017 Application: Seattle Globalist Youth Apprenticeship Program
Welcome! The Seattle Globalist Youth Apprenticeship Program is an eight-week, paid education program designed for young adults between ages 19 and 22 interested in building journalism and media production skills. The apprenticeship, which lasts from Oct. 10-Dec. 5, 2017, combines professional one-on-one mentorship and multimedia workshops, as well as opportunities to publish, build a portfolio and make connections in the media world. Applications are now due on Wednesday, Sept. 20 before midnight!

The Seattle Globalist's mission is to elevate diverse voices through media, an industry where women, immigrants and people of color are sorely underrepresented.

Questions? Contact Globalist Education Director Christina Twu: christina[at]seattleglobalist.com.

Applicant's name (first and last):
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Email:
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Phone number:
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Home or mailing address:
Don't forget to include your city and zip code!
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Participant's age:
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Last school attended or graduated from:
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Participant's race/ethnicity:
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Participant's preferred gender pronoun:
Ex: She, he, they, ze, etc. All gender identities welcome!
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Languages spoken at home:
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Why did you apply to be a part of Seattle Globalist's Youth Apprenticeship Program this year?
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What previous experience do you have with journalism and/or media production? If none, why are you interested in gaining this experience?
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What is an example of a story you would like to work on during this program?
Think about topics/issues/hobbies you are passionate about or what intrigues you!
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What skills would you like to gain or improve in this program? (Ex: writing, photography, video, WordPress, design, etc.)
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What do you believe about diversity and representation in media? How do they impact journalism, you, or your community?
Please limit your response to three paragraphs, and consider this your apprenticeship entrance essay.
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Please include one link to an existing story or piece of journalism that has inspired you.
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Are you able to meet every Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at a centralized Seattle location from October 10 through December 5?
The Seattle Globalist will help cover transportation costs to and from weekly Globalist learning and mentorship sessions at Northwest Film Forum in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Can you commit to doing about 10 hours/month of work outside of regular workshop and meeting dates?
What might prevent you from meeting these time commitments, if anything?
Examples: you live far away, you've already committed to other programs or activities, etc.
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