Spanish-speaking journalists can apply for training.
Latin American digital magazine Late, along with EsGlobal and Fábrica de Medios, hosts an online freelance journalism school, with classes starting Sept. 3.
The three-month training is organized in six learning modules: specialized journalism, reporting, editing, mobile journalism and social media, photojournalism and a final workshop to help journalists sell their pieces.
Instructors are Yasna Mussa (Chile) , Alejandro Saldívar (México), Diego Cazar (Ecuador), Daniel Wizenberg (Argentina), Mónica Rivero (Cuba), Giovanni Jaramillo Rojas (Colombia) and Ricardo Dávila (Mexico).
The enrollment fee is US$160 if the candidate is selected.
The deadline is Aug. 25.
For more information on how to apply (in Spanish), click here.