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Alltech Young Leaders in Rural Journalism Award


Enter Agricultural Journalism Award for Young Leaders today

Entries are now being accepted for the 2016 IFAJ-Alltech Young Leaders in Agricultural Journalism Award for journalists and communicators working in the rural sector. 
If you are 35-years-old or younger and would relish the opportunity to travel to Germany in July 2016 and meet your peers from around the world at the annual International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) congress, then this professional development award is for you.
Full details about the award and the IFAJ are available at www.ifaj.org
Entry forms for Australian candidates are available at www.acaj.org.au/ or by clicking here.
Further information is also available by contacting Australian award coordinator Rebecca Jennings on 0427 279 421 or rjennings@coretext.com.au
Entries must be sent by email to Rebecca Jennings on rjennings@coretext.com.au by 5pm on Monday, 15 February 2016.
Please note: Australian applicants must apply through the Australian Council of Agricultural Journalists (ACAJ), using the attached entry form. A candidate to represent our country in the final international selection process will be chosen by the ACAJ. Final award recipients will then be selected by the IFAJ. Australian entries close on Monday, 15 February 2016 to allow time for the ACAJ to select the national candidate. The closing date on the IFAJ website is for national organisations only.

Award sponsor Alltech is a multinational biotechnology company providing natural animal health solutions through nutrition. The company employs more than 1,700 people in 85 countries and operates 14 production facilities, including two in the Asia-Pacific region. Alltech is recognised as one of the leading research-based animal health companies in the world. By focusing on providing natural solutions to real problems, it works to respond to the industry needs and enhance customers' profitability. Alltech is committed to its pioneering ACE program, ensuring its products are safe for the animal, the consumer and the environment.