Basic Journalism

Basic Journalism


The Chronicle seeks interns [US]

Early-career and aspiring journalists interested in covering higher education can apply for this internship in Washington.

Scholarship available to study in the US [Caribbean, Brazil]

Undergraduate students can apply for a US$5,000 to US$50,000 scholarship from singer Rihanna's Clara Lionel Foundation.

Deadline approaching: grants for journalism training [UK]

The Journalism Diversity Fund offers grants to budding, diverse British journalists planning to attend courses accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists.

In defense of old-school reporting tactics in the age of data journalism

ICFJ Knight Fellow Christopher Guess explains why data journalism technologies will never replace tried-and-true journalism skills.

Christopher Guess | May 17, 2016

Communication conference open [Brazil]

Media scholars and professionals are invited to this weeklong event in São Paulo.

CIIJ releases journalistic style guide for writing about diversity

The Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism’s Diversity Style Guide offers useful definitions and guidelines for journalists writing about today’s multifaceted, complex society.

Sam Berkhead | May 10, 2016

Overseas reporting fellowship open [US, Germany]

The McCloy Fellowships, sponsored by the American Council on Germany, provide journalists with the opportunity to travel to Europe or the United States to conduct on-site research and pursue stories of their own design.

Summer school for journalists open [Russia]

Russian-speaking students, journalists, photographers and documentary filmmakers from around the world can participate in this program in the Tver region.

National Press Foundation hosts webinar on terrorism reporting [Worldwide]

Journalists interested in reporting on violent extremism can attend this free webinar at 12 p.m. EDT on May 11.

Deadline extended: ICFJ trip to Japan [US]

Journalists can apply for the 19-day reporting tour as part of the "Illuminating Today's Japan for American Audiences" program.