Students and recent graduates from a variety of colleges can apply for a fellowship.
The Pulitzer Center is accepting candidates for three reporting fellowships focusing on new scientific discoveries or information related to the impacts of climate change within the United States.
The reporting initiative is especially interested in changes in local atmospheric conditions, weather patterns, or their local biosphere; changes to local coastlines, fisheries and marine life, parks and wilderness areas, water supplies or agricultural areas; health impacts related to climate change or changes in your local environment caused by changes of state or local environmental regulations; sustainable solutions to reduce the impact of climate change and increase resilience.
The winners will join the 2021 cohort of Campus Consortium Reporting Fellows and receive a US$2,500 stipend as well as mentorship from the Pulitzer Center.
The applicants' college must be a Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium partner.
The deadline is Oct. 13.