Journalists ages 23 to 30 who have been involved in digital journalism projects can apply for a fellowship.
The Online News Association is accepting applications for its MJ Bear Fellowship, which identifies and supports early-career digital journalists. Fellows must be fluent in English.
Fellows will have created a digital journalism concept, experiment or project that embody spark, creativity and innovation. Examples include a new take on a complex data visualization project, a novel form of news content distribution or a fresh approach to using social media or mobile technology.
The fellowship provides a personal mentor for six months, a three-year paid ONA membership and the opportunity to present at the 2013 Online News Association Conference and Awards in Atlanta.
Apply by May 31.
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