Up to 20 applicants will be selected to cover the convention, with travel and hotel accommodations provided. Students will be paired with professional journalists as their mentors and be expected to produce and complete news assignments in advance of the convention in July.
The fellowship is designed to simulate convergence journalism, technology and cross-cultural communications. It will also provide recipients a chance to apply for positions and internships at some of the country’s best represented job fairs.
Want to grow as a journalist while absorbing a universe of green knowledge? Apply for the Grist Fellowship Program.
We expect to foster relationships between social scientists and journalists interested in topics related to the Foundation’s core programs: Behavioral Economics; Future of Work; Race, Ethnicity and Immigration; and Social Inequality.
YES! Magazine seeks a journalist for a one-‐year, full-‐time, in-‐house reporting fellowship based in our Bainbridge Island, Washington, office, near Seattle. The fellow will receive a salary of $40,000, plus vacation and health benefits.
Sponsored by the Forest History Society, the Award is to recognize outstanding interest and reporting in forest and conservation history.
Here’s a list of recurring journalism fellowships.