Skip to main content
ICFJ AWARDS DINNER
Leave this field blank
News & Resources
Summer school for journalists open [Eastern Europe, Central Asia]
Russian-speaking students, journalists, photographers and documentary filmmakers from Russia and neighboring countries can participate in this program in the Tver region.
East-West Center organizes senior journalism seminar [Asia, MENA, US, Europe]
Twelve to 16 U.S. journalists and journalists from countries with significant Muslim populations will be selected for a three-week, cross-cultural trip to two U.S. cities, Indonesia and Turkey.
Journalism training accepting applicants [Central Eurasia]
Journalists ages 30 and younger are invited to compete for a chance to attend a 10-week certification program in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Scholarships for journalism bootcamp available [Europe, US]
University students who are citizens of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States can participate in this summer program in Prague.
Yale organizes narrative journalism program [US]
Journalists interested in storytelling can apply for this summer program in New Haven, Connecticut.
Basic journalism training open [Angola]
Aspiring journalists can attend a training program at TV Escola starting February in Luanda.
Free journalism courses available online [Brazil]
Beginning journalists and students can take several online course in Portuguese.
SPJ-Google News Lab offers training [North America]
Journalists can request free in-site training on Google tools for their newsrooms.
Free course on solutions journalism available [Worldwide]
Poynter's News University, in partnership with the Solutions Journalism Network, is offering the self-directed course "Solutions Journalism in Every Newsroom."
Thomson Reuters offers editorial judgment training [India]
Journalists with at least four years of experience can apply for a fellowship to participate in a four-day course in Bengaluru.
Connect with IJNET
Subscribe to our email bulletin
Subscribe to our weekly bulletin for tips, trends and training opportunities.
Leave this field blank
TOP STORY ON IJNET
Contest calls on journalists to make fact-checking go viral
Have an innovative idea that can help fact-checking spread across the web? You could win US$10,000 by entering it to this contest.
| April 25, 2017