Due Date: March 1, 2019
Applications are open for the ICFJ Arthur F. Burns Fellowship Program 2019 for United States Reporters The ICFJ’s longest-running program, the Arthur F. Burns Fellowship supplies skilled young U.S., German and Canadian reporters the chance to live and operate in each other’s nation. This extremely individualized and useful program enhances the quality of news protection in each nation and enhances the transatlantic relationship.
As fellows find out direct about their host nation and media outlet, they compose stories and produce broadcast programs for both host and house audiences. When they return house, they share their experiences with coworkers and continue to cover present occasions, utilizing their brand-new abilities, contacts and a much deeper understanding of global relations.
Prior to private fellowships start, all individuals go to a one-week orientation in Washington, D.C., throughout the recently of July. Fellows go to conferences with popular media and federal government agents and go over expert concerns. The orientation promotes a spirit of neighborhood amongst the individuals and provides a structure for comprehending transatlantic relations.
- Each North American fellow gets a $4,000 stipend to cover living costs throughout the 9-week-long fellowship in Germany;-LRB- **************).
- Individuals likewise get $1,200 for travel costs or a travel coupon, and the program likewise pays living costs throughout the orientation in Washington, D.C.
- Open to United States reporters in between the age of 21-40, who are used by a paper, news publication, broadcast station, news company or who work freelance and/or online;-LRB- **************).
- Candidates need to have shown journalistic skill and a strong interest in North American-European affairs;-LRB- **************).
- Candidates must have 2 years of expert, full-time journalism experience;-LRB- **************).
- German language efficiency is not needed, however it is motivated.
Please submit the following application products:
- A letter discussing why you must be picked for this fellowship. If obtaining the conventional fellowship, please explain a minimum of 3 story concepts that you will deal with throughout your time in Germany. If obtaining the much shorter fellowship, please explain your significant story concept or task
- An updated curriculum vitae
- 3 samples of current work as they appeared in print or were broadcast
- A recommendation letter from your direct manager
- Freelancers need to consist of letters from media outlets dedicated to releasing your stories from Germany
- If obtaining the much shorter Fellowship, please consist of a letter from your house media mentioning that they consent to release your significant story or task
To learn more, check out ICFJ Arthur F. Burns Fellowship