Fellowship program for Journalists in the united states from Wallace House
Wallace House

Fellowship program for Journalists in the united states from Wallace House

États-Unis 01 déc. 2019

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01 déc. 2019
Niveau d'études
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Région éligible
Toutes les régions

Wallace House is offering a great opportunity to Qualified Journalists  who must be currently working in some aspect of journalism for a news organization or as an independent journalist to have a fellowship in Michigan University in the United States

Eligibility:

  1. Qualified applicants must have a minimum of five years of experience and be currently working in some aspect of journalism for a news organization or as an independent journalist. 
  2. A diverse range of journalists including reporters, editors, data experts, visual journalists, audio producers, engagement specialists, designers, developers, entrepreneurs and organizational change agents.
  3. If you are not a full-time journalist, the majority of your work should be in journalism. 
  4. Full-time academics, public relations writers, internal trade writers, lobbyists, public advocates, or those seeking a degree  are not considered .

Terms:

  1. All fellows must agree not to work, either in their current job or other paid assignments, maintain residency in Ann Arbor for the duration of the fellowship and attend all program seminars and events. 
  2. Applicants working in a newsroom are encouraged to obtain employer consent granting a leave of absence with the understanding that, upon completion of the fellowship and where applicable, the fellow will return to their place of employment.

Selection:

  • Great care goes into assembling classes of Fellows that represent diversity of race, ethnicity, nationality, experience, journalism specialty, geographic region and type and size of news organizations. Typically, 12 Americans are joined by six to eight international colleagues. 
  • Selection is determined by a committee of distinguished journalists and University of Michigan faculty.
  •  U.S. finalists are interviewed at Wallace House in April. 
  • International finalists are interviewed by phone or video conference in February. 
  • Fellowships are awarded in late April or early May.

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