NPR, Washington Post fellowship open [US]
College graduates with a demonstrated appetite for journalism can apply for a paid six-month fellowship in Washington.
National Public Radio (NPR) and The Washington Post are accepting applications for the Stone and Holt Weeks Fellowship, designed to give a promising individual the opportunity to launch a career in journalism.
The fellowship consists of two sessions: 12 weeks at The Washington Post followed by 12 weeks at NPR to learn how to report for print, Web and radio. The fellow will receive US$800 per week and round-trip travel to Washington.
Anyone who will have received a bachelor’s degree by July 15 is eligible to apply for the fellowship. Individuals with additional education and experience are also welcome to apply.
Submit a cover letter, two recommendations, at least two writing samples, a copy of your academic transcripts and a resume by April 30.
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