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Friday, April 02, 2004

BBC - Jobs - News Sponsorship Scheme 2004 - about the scheme: "There are sponsorship places available for students starting a BJTC (Broadcasting Journalism Training Council) accredited post-graduate course in broadcast journalism. A place on the Scheme will mean a bursary (payment of your course fees and living expenses), up to five weeks' paid work experience, an induction and training event, career advice and a mentor from BBC News."

www.ajol.info: "This site provides tables of contents and and abstracts from over 180 African-published peer-reviewed journals, with links to the full text if available. All access is free."

Online Survey: "Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Beatrice Imathiu, a Doctoral student at the University of Notre Dame, Australia. I am conducting research into the Self-Concepts and Motivation of Kenya's Highly Skilled Professionals (HSP). It is in this regard I write inviting your participation.
Of interest to this study are those skilled professionals living and working in Kenya or her Diaspora. You have been specifically approached, because in my view (or that of a mutual acquaintance), your views would be informative to this area under study, being a highly skilled professional yourself. "