$10,000 Fellowships to attend Magazine and Digital Publishing Course in NYC: Deadline 4/15

$10,000 Fellowships to attend Magazine and Digital Publishing Course in NYC: Deadline 4/15

Do you want to work in NYC in magazines or digital publishing? If so, this is your chance. This program at Columbia University will pay your way to attend and learn from people in the business today. Two full scholarships will be provided to Hampton University students.

Link to application: https://apply.jrn.columbia.edu/apply/?sr=ab327dc2-aecc-455f-bc35-685f6f5f1a2d

Students will need to create an account, then fill out the application online. Instructions for what we need for each student are here, under "application requirements:" https://journalism.columbia.edu/cpc-ny-apply

3/28 Deadline: Facebook HBCU News Fellowship

Have you been checking the Internship Listings on the SHSJC website? We're updating it almost daily -- and this Facebook HBCU News Fellowship deadline was just extended through 3/28.

The Facebook HBCU News Fellowship elevates emerging Black talent and future media professionals by pairing them with established national and local news organizations across the US. Fellows will work to enhance the organization's presence on Facebook and Instagram by developing youth-relevant and culturally inclusive angles.

Eligibility Requirements:

HBCU College junior, senior, or 2020 graduate

You are 18+ and a US resident.

Cover letter

Resume

Previous internship, work, or academic experience in the field

Relevant work sample 25 undergraduate/recent grads of HBCUs will be placed at 25 newsrooms across the US to serve as Fellows for 8 weeks throughout the summer of 2021.

Students can apply here.

Deadline Monday, March 29 at 9am: SOAR Award and Fellowship 2021

Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications at Hampton University and Allison+Partners is pleased to announce its new Scripps Opportunity and Achievement (SOAR) Award, a mentorship program designed specifically for a top student attending SHSJC in 2021-2021. This award is underwritten by Allison+Partners Founder Scott Pansky.

Dean Da'Vida Plummer said, "Without the generosity of Scott, this SOAR Award would not be possible. It not only is an important tool to recognize excellence among our students, but it also supports bringing experts who will help uplift and inspire them to even greater heights. The name SOAR award is completely apropos in this regard."

The award is part of a new partnership with Allison+Partners that includes:

* Working with the SHSJC student-run agency, Brand 757, on a campaign for The Special Olympics.

* Working with two SHSJC students involved in a networking partnership program with San Diego State's Broom Center

* The SOAR Award. The program includes a $5,000 investment in the program will be used for travel expenses, a reception and a student stipend.

A student who receives the SOAR Award will receive a mentor chosen specifically to guide them int their career interests. The program will include networking and career opportunities that will help the student in his or her career goals.

The student chosen for SOAR Award must be a junior or senior in strategic communications, must have a 3.0-average or above and must have shown promise in strategic communication through their work.

Students who are interested should email Assistant Dean Marisa Porto with their media resume, grade point average, student number and a 450- to 500-word essay to that would help to identify a mentor to support their career goals.

In the essay, students should answer these questions:

* Based on what you have learned about public relations, what areas are you most interested in pursuing for your career after you graduate (i.e., digital marketing, multicultural marketing, technology PR, corporate PR, consumer brands, public affairs, purpose/social impact, etc.)

* What industry are you most interested in building your career (i.e., healthcare, retail, technology, travel & tourism, sports & entertainment, etc.) and why?

* Are there any companies you admire and hope to work for one day?

Applications for the SOAR award are open until 9 a.m. March 29, 2021. Essays to be vetted by Dean B. Da'Vida Plummer and Assistant Dean Marisa Porto. Final candidates will be interviewed by Dean Plummer and Mr. Pansky, who will choose a winner.

DEADLINE Mar 17th: $10,000 fellowships to Columbia Publishing Course

Columbia Publishing Courses's two DSF Fellowships is a $10,000 opportunity that helps students who long to get into the publishing business.

The Columbia Publishing Course, a seventy-four year-old institution that started at Radcliffe College, is widely-regarded as the best training ground for individuals interested in becoming editors and publishers. We can open doors to incredible opportunities and we create a supportive network of publishing professionals and like-minded people who will long be a part of your life.

Daniel Halpern, a famous literary editor for over fifty years, and one of his authors, bestselling novelist Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, approached the Columbia Publishing Course with a wonderful offer. They wanted to create the D'Aprix Sweeney Family Fellowship that would give a full ride–100% tuition, room and board and some spending money–to two students from six HBCUs who wanted to go into publishing. SHSJC students are eligible.

These students had to be upcoming or recent graduates because we want people to be ready to join the job market as soon as the course is over. This is your last semester – what do you want to do with your life?

I was a history major in college with a minor in creative writing. I had a great college experience and wasn't really focused on what came next until my last semester. What, I asked myself then, does come next? I knew I didn't want a grey corporate job. I didn't want to go into banking or insurance or law. I was a creative person and I wanted to do something that engaged me every day, but I also wanted to be paid a decent living in a job that had room for me to grow and eventually be paid more.

Here's what I knew: § I loved to read. § I revered authors. § I liked to write. § I loved college and I didn't want to stop learning, but I didn't want a graduate degree.

Here is what publishing gave me: § A job that paid me to read. § A job that allowed me to get to know writers and celebrities I never, ever thought I would meet. § A job that insisted that I write every day–copy for book jackets, catalogs, sales pitches, you name it! § A job where I learned a great deal from every book we bought for publication, whether it was a biography of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. or an exploration of life in the Arctic Circle.

I found publishing through a circuitous route that was mostly luck. I didn't know about the Columbia Publishing Course. I didn't know there was a way to get amazing training–training that almost certainly can lead to a job if you are smart and energetic.

Now we are once again at a crossroads; America needs to change, to continue diversifying and growing into the country that those of us who love democracy and freedom and equality know this land can be! We need young people to enter the publishing world and help decide which books will be published, which authors will plant seeds in the minds of impressionable children, which will give hope to young adults and which will help the weary rediscover what is important in order to elicit meaningful change in their lives.

You are who we need and, in return, you will be trend-setters and leaders. You will discover poets and artists and storytellers and you will introduce those critically important people to readers the world over. It is hard, rewarding, exciting work. You will never be bored, you will never be alone, because in publishing it truly takes a village, and you will hold books in your hands that might never have been discovered, but for you.

Once all of the students from the six colleges apply and, hopefully, are accepted to the Columbia Publishing Course, Mr. Halpern and a panel of distinguished writers will read all of the material applicants sent in and decide which two candidates will be given a full-ride to the course.

All best wishes,

Shaye Areheart Director The Columbia Publishing Course & The Columbia Publishing Course at Exeter College, Oxfor

The deadline for applying to the Columbia Publishing Course has been extended to March 17th.

For more information, email staffcpc@gmail.com

1/13/21 at 5pm ET Looking for a Fellowship in Strategic Communications?

TOMORROW at 5pm Eastern:

Are you a student at Scripps Howard School of Communications who is searching for a fellowship in strategic communications?

Come join us and learn about how you can gain more experience this semester from the experts at Wieden Kennedy, a global independent creative firm best known for its work with Nike. The agency has offices in New York City, London, Amsterdam, Shanghai, Tokyo, Delhi and Sao Paulo.

Topic: Wieden Kennedy Virtual Event

Time: Jan 13, 2021 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Facebook Journalism Project Fact-Checking Fellowship

To help support diversity within the fact-checking industry, the Facebook Journalism Project has partnered with the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) to recruit and place 9 emerging journalists in the U.S. newsrooms of IFCN-certified fact-checking organizations. The year-long fellowships will be full-time, paid positions.

Eligible candidates must be legally permitted to work in the United States and can apply until 11:59pm PT on Friday, January 8, 2021.

See link for more info:

https://thenabj.wufoo.com/forms/w15cemp802y43zd/?content_id=M04e633hrjbLxCl

Application Open for Two-Year Hearst Journalism Fellowship

Hearst is a leading global, diversified media, information and services company with more than 360 businesses.

Its major interests include ownership in cable television networks such as A&E, HISTORY, Lifetime and ESPN; global financial services leader Fitch Group; Hearst Health, a group of medical information and services businesses; transportation assets including CAMP Systems International, a major provider of software-as-a-service solutions for managing maintenance of jets and helicopters; 33 television stations such as WCVB-TV in Boston and KCRA-TV in Sacramento, California, which reach a combined 19% of U.S. viewers; newspapers such as the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle and Times Union (Albany, New York); more than 300 magazines around the world, including Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Men's Health and Car and Driver, and digital services businesses such as iCrossing and KUBRA; and investments in emerging digital entertainment companies such as Complex Networks.

Program features and benefits The Fellowship is a two-year program focusing on journalism in a changing digital world. The Fellowship program consists of two 12-month rotations at our top metro papers. Fellows will receive training, mentoring and real-world experience alongside top journalists who are using cutting-edge tools to tell stories through data, video, and more. Hearst Fellows are full-time employees with competitive salary and benefits, including health insurance and moving expenses.

What it could mean for your future You may be offered a job at the end of the two-year program.

While participation in the program is not a guarantee of future employment, our goal is to recruit candidates who eventually will join our full-time professional staff. All of us at Hearst Fellowships have an investment in your future... and in the future of Hearst Newspapers.

Hearst Fellowships jump-start great journalism careers The experience you gain as a Hearst Fellow is the start of a strong foundation for your journalism career. Our objective is to recruit, train and retain talented journalists. We identify and develop high-caliber multimedia professionals from a diverse pool of the country's best reporters, copy editors, photographers, designers and graphic artists. Candidates should be college graduates with interest, experience or background in journalism or related fields. Those selected will have the opportunity to grow in one of the world's best journalism organizations.

How Fellows are selected A panel of Hearst's top editors will review applications and select finalists. Finalists will participate in a two-day interview process at the San Francisco Chronicle in April at which the Hearst Fellows will be selected. Hearst Newspapers covers all domestic travel costs for the interviews.

Professional assistance to ensure your best chance of success If you are offered and accept a position, you will be assigned an adviser and have the opportunity to develop mentoring relationships with seasoned professionals throughout Hearst Newspapers. Your adviser will be a manager with expertise in your area of interest and will be responsible for scheduling your job rotations and designing your formal development plan.

More information at https://hearstfellowships.com/application-instructions/

Deadline to apply for the 2021 Fellowship program is February 14, 2021.

Digital Media Fellowship (New York City)

Mother Jones is searching for a new digital audio media fellow based in New York City. Applications close on Friday, August 23.

Digital Media Fellowship (New York City)

Mother Jones is looking for a whip-smart fellow to join our digital publishing team in New York City. This fellowship is audio-intensive. We'll immerse you in the process of turning our award-winning investigative journalism into richly textured, entertaining, and informative podcasts.

Working closely with the digital news team on every aspect of podcast creation, you will sharpen your skills in:

  • Finding and booking surprising guests, and being a cheerful ambassador for our shows;
  • Presenting thorough research and working with editors to shape scripted interviews;
  • Recording field and studio audio, and tracking down archives, news clips, and music;
  • Setting up tape syncs and other remote records;
  • Editing a variety of complex audio timelines, including mixing interviews, clips, and music;
  • Writing program materials, social media posts, and short articles for our website;
  • Keeping show calendars current and producers on task.
  • At the heart of this fellowship is learning from seasoned editors and producers how to make sharply focused digital content, backed by skill-building sessions covering topics that span the entire organization.

If jumping on breaking news before finalizing the mix for a long investigation, then finally locking in that one guest you've been chasing for days sounds like a fun, productive week on Earth (it does to us!), then this is the fellowship for you.

More info and application details at https://www.motherjones.com/media/2019/08/digital-media-fellowship-new-york-city/