Rural journo could win trip to Netherlands


One rural Australian journalist (18-35 years) has the chance to attend a boot camp with their international peers in the Netherlands next year.
ABC journalist Danielle Grindlay was successful in 2016 and attended the IFAJ Congress in Bonn, Germany. Read more about her experience here.
The winning candidate would receive €1000 (AUD$1500) towards the cost of airfares and registration at the annual IFAJ (International Federation of Agricultural Journalists) Congress. Learn more about the Congress here.
Who can enter: Any young journalist (18-35 years) showing professional and leadership potential. Entrants must be members of the Rural Press Club of Victoria.
Entry criteria: Examples of published work and written explanation of professional and leadership potential. See online application form here.
How does it work: The Australian winner will be selected by the Australian Council of Agricultural Journalists (ACAJ) and progress to international judging, where 10 entrants are selected from across the globe.
What is on offer: The 10 Young Leaders selected by the IFAJ each receive €1000 towards the cost of airfares and registration at the IFAJ congress (participation in the boot camp is free).
To apply, please visit the ACAJ website by Friday, December 16.