IJNet curates the latest opportunities from around the world to satisfy the training needs of professional and aspiring journalists alike. Filter our collection of fellowships, workshops, online courses and media jobs by region, topic or deadline.


Conference on conflict journalism open [Worldwide]

Journalists ages 21 to 35 can apply to attend a seminar in Israel on conflict journalism, including a fully funded stay, hands-on workshops and tours of surrounding conflict zones.

Columbia University offers lifetime achievement award [US]

Journalists whose body of work shows courage and integrity can be nominated for the John Chancellor Award and win up to US$50,000.

Contest highlights city photography [Brazil]

Amateur and professional photographers can send up to two digital photos of cities and everyday life.

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty seeks TV producer [Czech Republic, Kazakhstan]

Experienced TV journalists who are fluent in Kazakh, Russian and English can apply for this position in Prague.

National Press Foundation hosts training on fishing industry [US]

Journalists interested in the latest data and research on ocean health and sustainable fishing can apply for a fellowship to attend this program July 8 to 12 in Tampa, Florida.

National Geographic Traveler hosts photo contest [Worldwide]

Photographers can enter digital photos to earn a US$10,000 grand prize.

Scholarships available for training on the coverage of violence, poverty, inequality [Latin America]

Cosecha Roja and Open Society Foundations will select 20 journalists for a four-month online training.

ICFJ launches training through IJNet Arabic [MENA]

Journalists across the Middle East and North Africa can participate in this multi-phase program.