The Center for Public Integrity seeks applicants for its Minority Fellowship in Investigative Journalism which begins on Oct 19, 2015. There are two openings: one in the Environment & Labor desk and another in Money & Politics.
The Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy at Columbia University in New York City offers the Dean’s Environmental Science and Policy Fellowship, a full tuition grant worth approximately $72,000. Apply to the program by Jan. 15, 2016, to be eligible for the Fellowship. Early decision deadline is Nov. 1, 2015.
Fifteen fellows, chosen from US professionals 40 years or younger, will complete a 9- to 12-month professional development program consisting of high-level work phases in major German institutions and a traveling, European-wide seminar series. Typically, at least five of the competitively chosen Bosch Fellows are from the field of Journalism/Mass Communications. Apply by November 1.
Apply by Nov 1, 2015 to be considered for an internship with High Country News (HCN) in Paonia, CO, in Winter/Spring 2016 or the Jan-Dec 2016 fellowship. Both include free housing and cash stipend. Native American journalists, Hispanic journalists and those from other under-represented backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Nov 1, 2015 is the deadline for students to apply for Spring and Summer 2016 reporting internships with the Scripps Howard Foundation Semester in Washington Program. Students studying print, online, broadcast and photo journalism are eligible for the program. Includes stipend and free housing.
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: Dec 1 for Spring 2016.