POLITICO Journalism Institute Announces 2023 Course

POLITICO Journalism Institute Announces 2023 Course
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ARLINGTON, Va. — POLITICO now announced the 2023 class of the POLITICO Journalism Institute (PJI), an intense teaching plan designed to advance newsroom range.

The 10-day program for undergraduate and graduate college students delivers palms-on education for students fascinated in sharpening their skills at the most significant politics- and coverage-focused newsroom in the nation. POLITICO is happy to share the college students that emerged from an exceptional and aggressive applicant pool impressing the choices committee with their sturdy journalism competencies, entrepreneurial spirit and unique contributions to newsroom range.

“We’re extremely energized to welcome this most recent cohort to the PJI software,” said Joe Schatz, government editor, platforms and functions, at POLITICO. “We have been executing this method for a 10 years and each 12 months it will get better and superior. This is shaping up to be our strongest course however.”

Programming for PJI features interactive workshops, periods with market leaders and mentor pairings. It also takes individuals driving the scenes in the historic destinations in which information is designed, including the White Household, Congress, and the Nationwide Push Club.

“PJI is a useful entry level for aspiring journalists,” stated Sam Fulwood III, dean of the American University’s Faculty of Communication. “It’s has been a fantastic privilege for our college to be a ten years-extended lover in this deserving endeavor.”

“The Maynard Institute is proud to be a founding and continuing spouse in the POLITICO Journalism Institute as it improves chances for college students who characterize a cross-segment of this region and the entire array of its faculties and universities,” stated Evelyn Hsu, institute co-executive director. “Congratulations to our alums and partners on this 10th anniversary.”

Individuals break up time among the POLITICO newsroom in Arlington, Va. and American University, the place they also are offered housing. Some members will also report from POLITICO’s bureaus in Sacramento, Calif., and New York Metropolis.

POLITICO Journalism Institute’s 2023 Class

Based in Washington, DC

Punya Bhasin – College of Pittsburgh

Monica Carrillo-Casas – University of Idaho

Leah Clark- Xavier University of Louisiana

Kate Corliss – American College

Rocio Fabbro – New York College

Olivia Gyapong – University of Missouri

Rachel Hale – University of Wisconsin

Jaqueline Hernandez – College of Richmond

Melina Khan – Quinnipiac College

Simon Levien – Harvard College

Ayah Mahana – George Washington College

Ifeoluwa Olatona – Howard University

Juan Pablo Lopez – College of Central Florida

Daryl Perry – College of Maryland

Keara Shannon – University of Missouri

Kacie Yamamoto – University of Southern California (USC)

Based mostly in California

Annie Bang – College of Southern California (USC)

Saliha Bayrak – College of Massachusetts at Amherst

Layla Brown Clark – DePauw University

Forest Hunt – Evergreen State College

Based in New York

Kyla Guilfoil – Manhattan College

Meghana Kakubal – New York University

Tori Morales Pinales – New York University

John Underhill – University of Massachusetts at Amherst



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