Sports Task Force Hosts Live Online Mentoring Sessions

Ready for some March Madness?

Join the conversation on Wednesday, March 16, from 8:00 – 9:00 PM EST, with ESPN personality/host Cary Chow. Open to students and early career AAPI journalists, the Sports Task Force Online Mentoring Sessions will teach you how your colleagues are performing at the highest levels. Ask Cary questions about covering news stories, conducting interviews, anecdotes, being an AAPI journalist. Cary will share personal anecdotes and insights about the industry. Just log on to Facebook at the AAJA-Sports Journalists page and talk to Cary about it all.

AAJA-STF Online Mentor Session

+ Wednesday, March 16, 8:00 – 9:00 PM EST / 5:00 – 6:00 PM PST

+ Via Facebook Live at https://facebook.com/AAJASportsJournalists/

+ With ESPN personality/host Cary Chow

Cary Chow joined ESPN in September 2012, serving as a host/anchor/reporter for multiple platforms on ESPN.com/ESPN, including SportsCenter. He graduated from UC-Santa Barbara and has worked at Fox Sports San Diego.

Tweet questions before and during the broadcast @carychowESPN using #AAJASports.

The AAJA Sports Task Force (STF) is an affinity group of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion throughout the sports media industry. Membership includes sports journalists (print, broadcast, digital), media professionals, academics and marketing and public relations professionals. The Sports Task Force’s mission is to elevate the voice of Asian Americans in sports media across multiple platforms and encourage future Asian American sports media professionals through mentorship, educational offerings and scholarship opportunities. Follow STF on Twitter @AAJASports.


Learn more about AAJA Affinity Groups and the AAJA Mentor Program.