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RTDNA scholarships, fellowships open [US]

Journalism students and young journalists can apply for up to US$10,000 in grants.

Journalism scholarships available [South Asia, US, Canada]

High school and college students of South Asian origin can apply for US$2,500 and US$5,000 scholarships from the South Asian Journalists Association.

Youth journalism contest open [Canada]

The advocacy group Environmental Defence is inviting aspiring journalists ages 11 to 18 to submit reporting projects about local environmental issues.

Five journalism opportunities to apply for in March

Looking to expand your journalism toolkit, take on a new beat or receive recognition for your work? Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in March. Each is open to journalists worldwide.

IJNet | February 19, 2015

Guardian Media Group offers scholarships for postgraduate study [UK]

Students at City University London, Goldsmiths College, University of London and University of Sheffield can apply for a bursary to cover tuition and subsistence expenses.

Student essay contest open [Worldwide]

Winners will be invited to present their works on the post-2015 global development agenda at the United Nations headquarters in New York.

Arthur F. Burns exchange program seeks applications [US, Canada]

Felllows will spend August and September living, working and reporting from Germany for their home and host news organizations.

Scholarships available to study in the Netherlands [Brazil]

Brazilian students in various fields, including communication, can apply for courses taught in English.

Land your first broadcast job with these tips for creating a resume reel

Reel Reporting offers workshops for job-seeking broadcast journalists, helping them to shoot their demo reels for prospective employers. Co-founder Stephanie Tsoflias offers a few tips here.   

Margaret Looney | February 09, 2015

Thomson Reuters seeks interns [Asia, Europe]

Trainees will be placed in newsrooms in London and several cities across Asia.

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