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.