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Stephanie Czekalinski

Reporter

sczekalinski@nationaljournal.com

Stephanie Czekalinski reports for the Next America initiative at National Journal.com, which analyzes demographic changes nation-wide and examines related changes in policy and politics. Stephanie has covered the experience and impact of immigration since 2004. Her work has resulted in changes at the local, state and federal levels and a conviction in federal court. In 2008, she was a finalist for the Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Newspapers. Two years later, she was a finalist for the Livingston Award for Young Journalists. Her work has appeared in The Columbus Dispatch and its sister publication Fronteras de la Noticia. Czekalinski began her career at the Lorain Morning Journal, in Lorain, Ohio.

Latest From Stephanie Czekalinski

Millennials Combine Entrepreneurship and Service

While many older millennials are now striving to find their way economically, they are also part of a generation concerned with doing good.

Are College Degrees Inherited?

Parents' experiences and expectations around higher ed strongly influence what their children do after high school.

Perez: We're Getting 'Our Butts Kicked' on Workforce Investment

The Labor secretary says U.S. spending on public-sector training efforts is lagging.

Millennial Entrepreneurs: 'Why Not Me?'

With employment in traditional careers more uncertain and barriers to launching businesses lowered, many millennials look to work for themselves.

The Root Causes Behind Many Health Problems May Surprise You

You think it's only medical care that influences your health? The real truth is all around you.

Older White Voters Will Haunt Democrats All Year

Florida's special election this week was only the beginning.

Does Your STEM Degree Have a Shelf Life?

Americans pursuing science, tech, engineering, and math careers for career stability and higher pay are at risk of being pushed out of their fields in favor of younger workers.

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Millennials Combine Entrepreneurship and Service

While many older millennials are now striving to find their way economically, they are also part of a generation concerned with doing good.

Are College Degrees Inherited?

Parents' experiences and expectations around higher ed strongly influence what their children do after high school.

Millennial Entrepreneurs: 'Why Not Me?'

With employment in traditional careers more uncertain and barriers to launching businesses lowered, many millennials look to work for themselves.

The Root Causes Behind Many Health Problems May Surprise You

You think it's only medical care that influences your health? The real truth is all around you.

Older White Voters Will Haunt Democrats All Year

Florida's special election this week was only the beginning.

Does Your STEM Degree Have a Shelf Life?

Americans pursuing science, tech, engineering, and math careers for career stability and higher pay are at risk of being pushed out of their fields in favor of younger workers.

Marco Rubio: Higher-Ed Makeover Would Improve Upward Mobility

The senator on how to help more people get college degrees, student-loan forgiveness, and more.

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