The Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship offers scholastic and expert chances to advance the reporting abilities of ladies reporters who concentrate on human rights and social justice. The Fellowship was developed in memory of The Boston World reporter and IWMF Guts in Journalism Award (1998) winner Elizabeth Neuffer, who passed away while reporting in Iraq on May 9, 2003.
In partnership with Neuffer’s friends and family, the IWMF began this program to honor Neuffer’s tradition while advancing her operate in the fields of human rights and social justice.
The Neuffer Fellowship is developed for associated or independent ladies.
reporters with a minimum of 3 years of expert experience in.
journalism working in print, broadcast, or digital media. All.
citizenships are welcome to use however non-native English speakers must.
have actually outstanding composed and spoken English abilities in order to completely.
take part in and gain from the program. The Fellow will finish.
research study and coursework at MIT’s Center for International Researches and.
journalism internships at The Boston World and The New York City Times. The.
versatile structure of the program will offer the fellow with.
chances to pursue scholastic research study and develop her reporting abilities.
Previous fellows have actually made the most of chances to release work.
under their byline through different media outlets.
The Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship is open to ladies reporters around the world whose work concentrates on human rights and social justice problems.
Reporters operating in print, broadcast and/or Internet-based media, consisting of freelancers, are qualified to use.
Candidates need to have a minimum of 3 years expert experience working full-time in news media.
Internships do not count towards expert experience.
Non-native English speakers need to have outstanding composed and spoken English abilities in order to completely take part in and gain from the program.
A set regular monthly stipend will be supplied to cover real estate, meals, and ground transport throughout the fellowship.
Round-trip economy airline tickets will be bought from the fellow’s home to Washington, D.C., and from Washington, D.C., to the fellowship city.
The fellow will get medical insurance throughout the program. The fellowship does not consist of a wage. For fellows living beyond the United States, the fellowship likewise covers the expenses of requesting and getting a U.S. visa.
The fellow will be completely accountable for any extra incidental expenditures and other expenses.
HOW TO APPLY:
Send a total online application with the following details:
- Existing resume or CV
- Declaration of Interest with Fellowship Goals
- 2 work samples (links chosen)
- 2 recommendation letters
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