This Radio Television Digital News Foundation program offers cash awards to beginning radio and television journalists who are employed in electronic journalism and have 10 years or less experience in the field. Apply by May 31, 2016.
The Kurt Schork Memorial Fund and Reuters annually award two $5,000 prizes, one to a local reporter in a developing country or nation in transition, and the other to a freelance journalist covering international news, to recognize independent and professional reporting that sheds new light on controversial issues. Apply by May 31, 2016.
This National Science Foundation program supports writing and artistic projects specifically designed to increase the public’s understanding and appreciation of the Antarctic and human endeavors on the southernmost continent. Apply by June 1, 2016.
Choose a two- or four-week residency program for environmental writers, in Point Reyes Station, CA. Room and most dinners are provided at no cost. The program is open to both experienced and emerging writers. Deadline: Jun 1 for Fall 2016; Dec 1 for Spring 2017.
This annual awards competition honors excellence in Web journalism, especially those demonstrating mastery of the special characteristics and emerging technology of digital journalism. Categories include data journalism, visual digital storytelling, investigative journalism, public service, technical innovation and general excellence.Cash prizes. Enter by Jun 3, 2016.
The media tour, Jul 3-6, 2016, will visit focal points of the energy transition in Germany, including solar farms, coal mines, factories, citizen cooperatives and energy market start-ups. Open to U.S. journalists with a background in energy, climate and environmental policy. Apply by Jun 3.
Veteran magazine writer/SEJ member Wendee Nicole's six-week course will teach you how to break into new markets, learn how to write killer queries and know what editors want for their magazines and online publications. Next course begins Jun 4, 2016.
Learn how to navigate the junction of “effective” and “pretty” at Berkeley Advanced Media Institute's workshop. You’ll learn the tools that will help present complex data to an audience, in a way that’s easily accessible to the public, as well as techniques for conveying the story behind that data.