Date: April 25th, 2019
Location: The Houston Chronicle
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
HAHMP is a nonprofit organization that raises scholarship funds, advocates, supports and provides fair & accurate media coverage of the Hispanic community.
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HAHMP is supporting the Chronicle’s diversity recruitment initiatives by creating opportunities to connect face-to-face.
This meeting is for all those interested in a career in media and those interested in giving Houston’s diverse communities an inclusive voice.
There are several positions open across different departments including digital media, editorial/news, marketing, creative services/design, operations and more.
RSVP required by April 19th: email@example.com
*Light lunch will be provided
Pedro Rojas will be joining us via Skype to give us an inside look at covering topics like the migrant caravans.
Sandra Gonzalez (@SandraGonzalez2) is a veteran multimedia journalist based in Houston. Gonzalez has been reporting news for more than 20 years in both TV and radio, many of those years in Dallas/Fort Worth, and New Orleans. She’s currently Social Media Producer at KPRC 2.
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Kika Rocha was the Fashion and Beauty Director of People en Español magazine, the best-selling Hispanic publication in the United States, for more than 10 years.
She is a television fashion commentator on networks such as Univision, Telemundo and CNN en Espanol for red carpets events such as Premios Lo Nuestro, Los Premios Juventud, Latin GRAMMYs, the Billboard Awards and other events.
She's also currently a judge on the reality show, "Colombia's Next Top Model" on Caracol Televisión.
HAHMP Scholarship Application
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HAHMP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. If you wish to make a donation, please use the PayPal button below. Funds raised go toward scholarship funds to help deserving students pursue a college degree in journalism, communications and other media careers.
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Regular: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, being persons whose principal means of support is earned in the gathering, editing or presentation of news. Regular members may vote and hold office.
Academic: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, and who are journalism educators in colleges, universities or high schools. Academic members may vote and hold office.
Associate: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, as persons engaged in such media related jobs as public relations, public or corporate information, and directors of media organizations. Associate members may vote and hold office except president.
Student: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, as persons who are engaged in a program of full-time study in a recognized college or university. Student members may not vote or hold office.
Honorary: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, as being active or retired from a journalism of media activity and who have achieved recognition in the profession by the exemplary contributions to the profession of journalism and media.
Supporting: There shall be two classes of supporting members: individual and corporate. Supporting members may not vote or hold office
A) Individual: Persons admitted to membership by the Board, as a person who is not in the media industry, but who supports the organization’s goals and purposes.
B) Corporate: Corporations admitted to membership by the Board who are corporations which are not engaged in journalism and/or media, but support the organization’s goals and purposes.
My tax-deductible donation to HAHMP’s scholarship fund supports young aspiring Hispanic journalists or media related careers.