The Woodrow Wilson Higher Education Media Fellowship is now open for applications with an aims to increase the number of journalists with the tools and networks to provide richer and more comprehensive coverage of postsecondary education, particularly career and technical education.
The Fellowship program is sponsored by the ECMC Foundation and administered by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
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- Each ECMC Foundation Fellow in the WW Higher Education Fellowship program will be awarded $10,000—$5,000 as a stipend and $5,000 towards the reporting project.
- The six-month, non-residential program begins with an expense-paid post secondary career and technical education (CTE) symposium.
Eligible applicants must meet the following criteria:
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- education beat reporters or those whose work experience includes reporting on education and associated workforce development, social, or public policy issues
- interest in deepening and expanding their understanding of postsecondary education with a specific emphasis on career and technical education
- staff or professional freelance journalist able to work independently while holding regular jobs or commitments
- U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
- The Fellowship is open to U.S. journalists who are education beat reporters or those whose work experience includes reporting on education and associated workforce development, social, or public policy issues. Potential Fellows will be early- and mid-career journalists interested in deepening and expanding their understanding of postsecondary education with a specific emphasis on CTE. Print, radio, TV, multimedia, and online editors and journalists from local and national publications and digital-only news platforms are eligible, as are freelancers who target mainstream/corporate and independent media outlets.
For more information, visit WW Higher Education Media Fellowship.