Media entrepreneurs who want to take their digital projects to the next level are invited to participate in this yearlong program.
IJNet Arabic is accepting applications for the eighth round of the Mentoring Center for media startups in the Middle East and North Africa.
Selected participants will work closely with a dedicated mentor for 10 months. The program includes virtual and in-person training, an ICFJ boot camp and admission to the 14th annual Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism conference.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year, all typical program travel is subject to be adjusted to virtual mentorship and training.
Participants must be free for at least five hours per week to pursue their project with mentors and commit to all program stages.
The deadline is July 8.