API accepting Fellowship applications

The American Press Institute is accepting fellowship applications for its Fall/Winter 2010 seminars from newspaper employees and college-level journalism educations from the United States and Canada.

The deadline is Monday, August 2. Complete details  including an online application — are available at:
http://www.americanpressinstitute.org/fellowships

Applicants can select one of the following seminars, five of which will be staged at the Kellogg West Conference Center and Lodge in Pomona, California:

“Beyond the Newsroom”
Sept. 13-14, 2010 (Kellogg West)
“New Revenue Models That Work!”
Sept. 13-14, 2010 (Kellogg West)
“Maximizing Sales Force Effectiveness”
Sept. 15-16, 2010 (Kellogg West)
“The Next Generation of Media Managers”
Sept. 15-16, 2010 (Kellogg West)
“8 Steps to Profitable New Products”
Sept. 17, 2010 (Kellogg West)
“Value Optimized Pricing”
Sept. 20-21, 2010 (API, Reston, Virginia)
“Digital Delivery”
Nov. 8-9, 2010 (API, Reston, Virginia)

API fellowships for newspaper employees include:
The Malcolm F. Mallette Fellowship, which honors a former executive director of API. It provides tuition, hotel, group meals and a small travel stipend for an editor of a newspaper with daily circulation under 50,000.

The William L. Winter Fellowship, which honors a former executive director/president of API. It provides tuition, hotel, group meals and a small travel stipend for a newspaper executive who desires to enhance his/her leadership abilities.

API fellowships for college-level journalism educators include:
The James H. Ottaway Fellowship, which honors the late chairman of Ottaway Newspapers Inc. and member of the API Board of Directors. It covers tuition, hotel, group meals and a small travel stipend.

The Rollan D. Melton Fellowship, which honors the late Reno Gazette-Journal columnist, president of Speidel Newspapers and API Board member. It is open to college-level journalism educators who are members of a recognized minority group, and covers tuition, hotel, group meals and a small travel stipend.

The Minority Journalism Educators Fellowship, which is open to college-level journalism educators who are members of a recognized minority group, and covers tuition, hotel, group meals and a small travel stipend.

Applicants need to e-mail an application, a supporting letter of documentation from their supervisor or academic department chair, and a copy of their resume/curriculum vitae.

Materials should be e-mailed to: fellowships@americanpressinstitute.org.

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