Journalism Fellowships

Journalism Fellowships provide journalists with the resources they need to focus on an in-depth story and expose them to other kinds of reporting they have not done before.

These fellowships for journalists provide journalism students with privileges in the media industry. This list includes a wide variety of short and long-term journalism fellowships in the U.S. and abroad for broadcast, print, radio, and digital media journalists.

Journalism Fellowships

Journalism Fellowships has helped bring together diverse journalists to reflect on each other’s works and give necessary recommendations and acknowledgments.

Journalism Fellowships in its broader sense offer a networking platform to global journalists. They also get to examine the core issues faced by the industry and in return seek useful solutions to the discovered problems.

Amateurs also get to meet with professionals, experts, and experienced practitioners. Fellowships usually last between the range of three to six months.

Popular Journalism Fellowships

  1. Alicia Patterson Foundation

The Alicia Patterson foundation program commenced in 1965, in the loving memory of Alicia Patterson who was the editor and publisher of Newsday for over two decades before her death in 1963. It could be said that naming the foundation after Alicia Patterson was to motivate journalists through the effectiveness of the deceased works before her demise.

Winners of this fellowship do not go home empty-handed, the organization usually reward them with a cash prize of $40,000 a year. These winners are chosen based on merit through the annually conducted competition; and are decided by a panel of experienced and professional journalists who fall into the position of judges.

  1. John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford

The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford, formerly called Professional Journalism Fellowships Program at Stanford University (1966–1984), is a paid journalism fellowship which falls into the category among the best journalism fellowships available for working journalists.

This journalism fellowship is open to a number of twenty (20) professional journalists each year; these journalists must have a minimum of five years experience.

For journalists to be taken into this fellowship, they must possess the needed ability to identify and make necessary changes in the industry of journalism which they want to work in.

  1. The Nieman–Berkman Fellowship in Journalism Innovation

The Nieman–Berkman Fellowship is a joint fellowship between the Nieman Foundation and the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. The fellowship which began awarding in 2012 recognizes scholarships who have project proposals in contents related to innovation in journalism. They give ultimatum recognition to the creative works of a journalist’s imagination, thereby, promoting a sense of creativity in their own way.

  1. The Knight Visiting Nieman Fellowship

The Knight Visiting Nieman fellowship is funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The platform offers a kind of shirt term research opportunity to interested working journalists who are working on some special projects designed to advance and promote the journalism career in one way or the other.

A very integral criterion for accepting journalists into the fellowship is that all applying candidates must be working journalists, this must be demonstrated in the way they carry out their duties. This fellowship with Harvard and the Nieman Foundation will also improve their point of view and aspirations for future achievements in the field of journalism.

Below is a list of the most recent Fellowship for Journalists

February Fellowships Professional Fellowships Scholarships for Nigerians

NAREP Oil and Gas Media Fellowship 2023 for Nigerian Media Professionals

Ifeoma Chuks

The Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ), through its Natural Resource and Extractive Programme (NAREP), is pleased to invite ...

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London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) JournalismAI Fellowship Programme 2021 for EMEA Region (Europe, Middle East and Africa)

Ifeoma Chuks

The JournalismAI Fellowship Programme is a free online initiative that brings together journalists and technologists from media organisations worldwide to ...

March Professional Fellowships Scholarship for Women Scholarships in USA

IWMF Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship 2024 for Female Journalists (Funded to MIT, Boston USA)

Ifeoma Chuks

IWMF Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship 2024: The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) is accepting applications for the Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship, named ...

July Professional Fellowships Scholarships in USA

News Corp Media Fellowship 2023 for Journalists Worldwide (Fully-funded to Washington, USA)

Ifeoma Chuks

In collaboration with The Wall Street Journal, ICFJ is offering international journalists an opportunity to participate in an innovative program ...

Professional Fellowships

Korea-Africa Foundation Network of African Continent Correspondents 2023 – Call for Applications

Ifeoma Chuks

The Korea-Africa Foundation is pleased to announce that it will receive the application for the “2023 KAF Network of African ...

February Journalism Professional Fellowships Scholarships in Germany Southern Africa

IJP Journalism Exchange Programme 2023 for Young Journalists in Africa and Germany

Ifeoma Chuks

The International Journalists‘ Programmes (IJP) are offering fellowships to up to six young Southern African PLUS Kenya journalists and up to ...

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