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Deadline extended to May 23, don't miss this free training!

The American Society of News Editors has extended the application deadline for the Emerging Leaders Institute June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago to Tuesday, May 23. Take advantage of the extra days to apply for this free training to become the next generation of news leaders! 

Deadline May 19 for free Emerging Leaders Institute June 9-10 in Chicago

Don't forget to apply by tomorrow (May 19) to attend the highly competitive Emerging Leaders Institute June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago. This free training program is for up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds to develop core leadership and strategic skills. Travel reimbursements (airfare, baggage, hotel and/or mileage) of up to $550 per participant are available after the institute.
 

Don't miss out, apply now for Emerging Leaders Institute

Apply by May 19 to the highly competitive Emerging Leaders Institute June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago. This free training program is for up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds to develop core leadership and strategic skills.
 

Take advantage of free leadership training June 9-10

Apply now to the highly competitive Emerging Leaders Institute June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago. This free training program is for up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds to develop core leadership and strategic skills.
 

Take advantage of free leadership training June 9-10

Our Emerging Leaders Institute is back! It's a free training program devoted to helping up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds develop core leadership and strategic skills. The first of our four institutes this year will be June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago. Apply by Friday, May 19.
 

ASNE commits to train, develop emerging news leaders

The American Society of News Editors is accepting applications for the 2017 Emerging Leaders Institute June 9-10 at Loyola University Chicago. The institute, previously known as the Minority Leadership Institute, trains up-and-coming news leaders with diverse backgrounds and helps them develop core leadership and strategic skills. It will be co-led once again by Jill Geisler, Loyola's Bill Plante Chair in Leadership and Media Integrity, and ASNE Vice President Alfredo Carbajal of Al Dia at The Dallas Morning News, along with ASNE Leadership Committee Co-Chairs Peter Bhatia of The Cincinnati Enquirer and Ron Smith of the USA TODAY.

Deadline extended to Aug. 26, don't miss this free training!

We have extended the application deadline for the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute Sept. 10-11 in Philadelphia to Friday, Aug. 26. Take advantage of the extra week to apply for this free training opportunity to become the next generation of news leaders! 

Apply now to ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute to gain practical leadership/management skills

We invite up-and-coming minority news leaders to apply to the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute Sept. 10-11 in Philadelphia. This is the last institute of 2016 that ASNE is hosting to help train the next generation of news leaders.

Free training opportunity Sept. 10-11 for emerging leaders

Apply now for the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute Sept. 10-11 at the 2016 ASNE annual conference with APME in Philadelphia. The goal of this institute is to train up-and-coming minority news leaders and help them succeed in their leadership roles.

This is the last institute of the three ASNE is hosting in 2016 to help train the next generation of news leaders. The first and second institutes trained about 50 participants.

Final ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute of 2016 comes to Philly

Apply now for the ASNE Emerging Leaders Institute Sept. 10-11 at the 2016 ASNE annual conference with APME in Philadelphia. The goal of this institute is to train up-and-coming minority news leaders and help them succeed in their leadership roles.

This is the last institute of the three ASNE is hosting in 2016 to help train the next generation of news leaders. The first and second institutes trained about 50 participants.
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