Posted On: June 12, 2015
Media Organization: Grist
Grist is an independent nonprofit media organization that shapes the country’s environmental conversations, making green second nature for our monthly audience of 2,000,000 and growing. At Grist, green isn’t about hugging trees or hiking -- it’s about using humor and real talk to connect big issues like climate change to the places where people live, work, and play.
Are you an early-career journalist looking to tell stories about compelling people and communities? Are you equally obsessed with justice for all and whatever Kendrick Lamar drops next? Do you admire the work of people like Brentin Mock and Ta-Nehisi Coates? Then Grist wants you!
Grist, the web’s home for green news, is looking for a justice fellow.
With the mentorship and support of Grist’s editorial staff, the justice fellow will report on the issues, communities, and people that don’t get enough play in the environmental movement. You’ll be called upon to make connections among the news, the environment, justice, policy, and pop culture. You will write multiple posts a week and work on one big project during the fellowship. You’ll have the option to work out of your home community. And you’ll get paid.
Please find application instructions here: http://grist.org/fellowships/