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For women journalists, mentoring can make the difference

Women journalists everywhere have questions about how to navigate and advance in the field of journalism. Experts recommend finding mentors to help guide the way. But how do you find a mentor? 

Sherry Ricchiardi | September 21, 2017

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

Wilson Center offers public policy fellowships [Worldwide]

Journalists, scholars and public officials can apply for a nine-month residential fellowship in Washington.

Creativity contest accepting applications [MENA]

Innovative professionals ages 45 and younger can compete for US$25,000.

Knight Center hosts MOOC on immersive journalism [Latin America, Spain]

Journalists and others interested in virtual reality in nonfiction storytelling can participate in this free course in Spanish Oct. 2 to Nov. 5.

Fellowships for reporting on conflict, violence open [Worldwide]

The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma will select journalists to attend a seminar in New York on covering violence, conflict and tragedy.

Travel grants available for World Science Forum in Jordan [Worldwide]

Twenty-five international journalists will receive free registration, accommodation, onsite catering and a travel stipend of up to EUR350 (US$420).

Online workshop on mobile video open [Latin America]

The Digital Journalism Center at the University of Guadalajara offers this online course in Spanish Oct. 9 to 23.

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Nigerian journalists are invited to apply for a reporting fellowship aimed at improved coverage of migration due to conflict or instability and the resulting impact on climate and economic prospects.

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