Journalism graduates with interest in international reporting can apply for this fellowship.
The Jerusalem Press Club is accepting applicants for its paid reporting fellowships at Israeli and international media outlets based in Israel.
The program starts June 2018 and lasts up to three months. In addition to the internships, fellows work on a personal reporting project under the guidance of a mentor and participate in an enrichment program on the different issues facing Israel and the territories.
The fellowship provides flight tickets, the first week of accommodations and a US$1,200 monthly allowance.
The deadline is Feb. 1.
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