Posted On: January 6, 2022
Media Organization: The Alicia Patterson Foundation
The Alicia Patterson Foundation is the nation's oldest journalism fellowship focused on writing and photography projects. It was founded in 1963 in the name of Alicia Patterson, the founding editor and publisher of Newsday. Candidates for the fellowship submit a project proposal, budget and three clips.
Print journalists are encouraged to apply for a year or six-month fellowship to undertake an in-depth writing project. The fellowship can be accomplished from any location that works for the fellows. Stipend is $40,000 for a year; $20,000 for six months. Full year fellows write four articles for the fellowship; half-year fellows write two. Projects can be local, national or international. Articles are published in the on-line Alicia Patterson Reporter and can be picked up by other media outlets.
Apply online at: https://aliciapatterson.awardsplatform.com
Applications must be submitted by Oct. 1, 2022.