Deadline is Sept 1 to apply for this special year-long fellowship, a collaboration of SEJ, AHCJ and CASW. Early-career US journalists will receive training, networking, mentoring, new sources and story ideas — while allowing them to stay at their jobs.
The New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is again offering a 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 2023. Deadline of Jan 4, 2023 may be extendable.
High Country News invites applications from early-career journalists by Jan 3 for the remote, paid, 12-month Climate Justice Fellowship (climate change and environmental justice), likely starting in February 2022.
The annual RJI Fellowships are for individuals or organizations with an innovative journalism project idea that could also benefit the industry. The eight-month program offers a residential option at the Missouri School of Journalism ($80,000 stipend), plus nonresidential and institutional options ($20,000). Apply by Mar 25, 2022.
This online workshop with SEJ member Colleen Kimmett is designed to guide participants through the stylistic and technical elements that make a great piece of writing. Thursdays, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 2020, 6:00-7:30 p.m. ET. $125-$150.
This free Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources online workshop for journalists will gather a host of experts from around North America to discuss the complicated relationship between climate and ocean, current impacts and future possibilities. Registration opens Aug 5 to the first 25 registrants.
This free Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources online workshop for journalists will focus on environmental issues, race and reporting, using Houston and other cities as case studies to explore larger systemic issues prevalent throughout the US. Registration opens Jul 1 to the first 25 registrants.
This intensive online course, run by full-time freelance journalist Abigail Edge, is an inspired DIY retreat for any freelance journalist feeling the urge to take stock and refresh their career goals. Over the course of four weeks we'll cover everything from pitching and ideas to branding and business skills, with Q&A sessions.
National Press Foundation will offer a free online training program for 25 journalists to help them track how federal pandemic assistance funds are being used. The training will be held for two hours per day from July 13-17 (10 hours total). Fellows will be offered subsequent confidential follow-up sessions with experts and data analysts to help them bring their stories to successful publication.