Join the Institute for Journalism & Natural Resources for a two-day virtual workshop, Apr 22-23, 2021, to address Western wildfire issues and how we need to shift our thinking about fire in order to to live alongside it. Deadline: Apr 7.
This virtual event, hosted by the Crown Managers Partnership in association with several agencies, organizations, Tribes and the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network, will feature a unique 4-hour session each day.
Join Climate Central and the Center for Cooperative Media at 1:00 p.m. ET for a discussion with journalism professionals on the benefits and risks of collaborating and explain its recent growth, with a special focus on climate change coverage. You’ll hear about best practices for designing projects, selecting partners and managing the work. Includes live Q&A.
The Institute for Journalism & Natural Resources is offering four free regionally focused virtual workshops over the course of 2021, designed to help journalists explore ocean issues that are underreported in popular media. Deadline for Workshop #1, Southeastern U.S. on Mar 31-Apr 1, is Mar 19.
Fellowship in the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) is for professional conservation photographers and filmmakers who devote their professional efforts to the promotion of positive conservation impacts around the globe. Apply by Mar 26, 2021 (fee applies).
Apply by May 10 for this special year-long fellowship, a collaboration of SEJ, AHCJ and CASW. Twelve early-career US journalists will receive training, networking, mentoring, new sources and story ideas — while allowing them to stay at their jobs.
The Native American Journalists Association invites student members to apply for the 2021 Native American Journalism Fellowship (mentorship) and/or 2021 NAJA Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship ($10,000). Both programs have the same application, deadline and review process. Deadline is Apr 30, 2021.
The Council for the Advancement of Science Writing (CASW) annually awards $5,000 fellowships to both professional journalists and students of outstanding ability who have been accepted for enrollment in U.S. graduate-level science writing programs to help defray the cost of tuition and other program-related expenses. Apply by Mar 15, 2021.
The New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is proud to offer a new full-tuition scholarship to a Native American Journalism Association (NAJA) member admitted to one of the ten NYU Journalism graduate programs in the fall of 2021. Deadline of Feb 10, 2021 may be extendable.