THE JOURNALISM SCHOOL’S
DESCRIPTION: The Journalism School offers modestly funded teaching fellowships to mid- to late-career journalists who wish to either advise a cohort of Reporting Fellows or craft and teach experience-based journalism curriculum.
ELIGIBILITY: The Journalism School's Teaching Fellows are mid- to late-career journalists who have a demonstrated interest in journalism education (whether through prior internship advisement, freelancer or staff management or journalism mentorship, for example) and wish to transition into teaching or wish to supplement their work as a practitioner with journalism instruction, while building a pipeline of journalists. No formal teaching experience is required; all levels of education are welcome to apply.
THEME: Each fellowship cycle will have several specific coverage themes tailored toward the most urgent informational needs of the communities in focus.
TRAINING: Teaching fellows will receive instruction in Journalism Pedagogy prior to and during the fellowship cycle.