LinkedIn News Fellowship

The LinkedIn Editorial Fellows will spend the term researching, writing and cultivating voices from LinkedIn’s New York City office alongside editors who have previously worked at Forbes, Fortune, Reuters, Wired, The Wall Street Journal and more.

This position is fully remote. The duration of the Fellowship is full-time (40 hours per week) from February to August.

The LinkedIn Editorial Fellows will each receive a paid 26-week fellowship that’s customized to match the fellow’s interests and career aspirations .

Pulling from a variety of news sources to create dynamic, real-time collections of stories and topics
Writing concise, persuasive descriptions and eye-catching headlines for LinkedIn’s news products
Developing strong copy-editing skills that engage audiences across multiple subject areas
Proofreading editorial copy to check spelling and grammar
Amending, revising or redeveloping written text in response to feedback from other editors
Keeping up-to-date with breaking and trending news, while monitoring the effectiveness of your own work
Helping to produce video interviews with Influencers and other experts who stop by LinkedIn’s in-house studio
Executing special projects such as LinkedIn Lists
Collaborating with other editors across time zone

Basic Qualifications:
Currently pursuing Bachelors degree or higher in Writing, Journalism, Media or equivalent combination of education and experience
You must be currently enrolled in a college or university program and must be returning to school the term following your Fellowship

Preferred Qualifications:
Be a member of an underrepresented group in media

Ida B. Wells Fellowship

Named after the pioneering African-American investigative reporter, the Ida B. Wells Fellowship is designed to promote diversity in journalism by helping to create a pipeline of investigative reporters who bring diverse backgrounds, experiences and interests to their work. Winners are chosen by an annual competition.

For the 2021-22 cycle, Type Investigations will provide five Fellows with a $15,000 monthly stipend, plus $5,000 in bonus payments, and access to a Type Investigations editor who will advise them throughout the process of producing their first substantial work of investigative reporting. The one-year fellowship also covers travel and other reporting costs associated with the project and the costs associated with attending the Investigative Reporters and Editors conference, as well as data training through the National Institute of Computer Assisted Reporting. Each fellow will also enjoy access to research resources, legal counsel, professional mentoring, fact-checking, and assistance with story placement and publicity. The fellowship is a one-time educational opportunity and is non-renewable.

In 2021 we will select one Southern Ida B. Wells Fellow, who is based in, and will report from North or South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Texas or Mississippi. The Southern fellow's work must appear in an outlet serving this region.

Journalists of color are strongly encouraged to apply, as are other reporters who believe their presence would contribute substantially to diversifying the field of investigative reporting. The fellowship is open to entry-level or mid-career journalists.

We are looking for reporters:

-who have an ambitious investigation they want to pursue, a passion for holding the powerful accountable, and an appetite for digging.
-with the demonstrated ability to produce a narrative feature for print or broadcast.
-who would relish the opportunity to closely collaborate with editors.
-with the persistence, attentiveness to detail, and organizational skills to complete a major project within a set timeframe.

Fellows are required to publish or air their projects within one year of the start of the fellowship. Each project produced during the fellowship must appear in a U.S. media outlet. Both freelance and staff reporters may apply, but staffers must submit a letter from their editor agreeing to allow them at least one day per week to work on their fellowship story, and committing to co-publishing their investigation.

The deadline for the 2021 application is Sunday, March 14 at 11:59pm EST. Please submit your application at least an hour prior to the deadline in case you experience technical issues. Late applications will not be accepted. You will be alerted the week of March 29 if your application has been moved along to round two. If your application is selected for round two, you will be asked to provide two letters of recommendation at that time. Fellows will be chosen in mid-May.

Eric Von Fellowship-Associate Broadcast Specialist

Journalists at WUWM identify, report, edit and produce a wide range of stories for all WUWM programs and digital platforms. The Von Fellowship is designed to give recently graduated students the opportunity to work in a professional news environment, preparing stories for broadcast and digital platforms. We greatly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply.

Specific duties include:

- Research, gather, write, edit and produce stories and interviews for broadcast and digital platforms.

- Respond to, and report on, other news stories as assigned.

- Participate in station activities including fund drives and community events.

Minimum Qualifications
- A bachelor’s degree by date of hire or within the last three years of date of hire.

· Demonstrated non-professional interest or experience in journalism (such as in a college environment or via internships).

Preferred Qualifications
· Demonstrated ability to produce in-depth news reports and interviews for broadcast.

· Able to use broadcast digital recording and editing equipment

Reporting Fellow

Are you ready to be a Washington, D.C., political reporter, covering some of the hottest issues to face the Trump administration? E&E News is looking for a reporting fellow for its Greenwire and E&E Daily publications. This six-month position will be remote.

We dive deep on energy and environmental issues, covering the ins and outs of politics, science, policy and business. Our fellows spend the bulk of their time reporting and writing. You'll have access to lawmakers, federal agency officials and leaders in the field. You'll write news stories from day one.

We're looking for an enterprising reporter with an interest in our issues. These fellowships are ideal for reporters with a year or two of experience or outstanding recent graduates.

US politics fellowship

THE ECONOMIST is seeking applicants for two paid fellowships in America. Each fellow will spend six months as a journalist working with our New York and Washington bureaus, writing articles about politics and policy in the United States. Previous experience in journalism is not necessary, but applicants should possess a love of writing, inquiry and debate.

The Economist Group values diversity. We are committed to equal opportunities and creating an inclusive environment for all our employees. We welcome applicants regardless of ethnic origin, national origin, gender, race, colour, religious beliefs, disability, sexual orientation or age.

Fall 2021 Residency

MacDowell provides time and space for artists to work on creative projects. MacDowell has expanded its support for journalists by providing additional residencies and project funding of up to $2,500 in addition to financial aid for accepted artists engaged in long-form journalism projects.

R&D Research Fellow

The Museum of Modern Art is currently accepting applications for a two year research fellow to assist the director of R&D in all areas of her responsibilities. MoMA Research & Development department connects MoMA's curatorial research, exhibitions, and programs with the broad and urgent themes that are of public and universal concern. Through a series of public programs––the Salons––it considers the Museum as an R&D for society as a whole.


Performs administrative and research tasks in the context of R&D functions: coordinates the interaction with curatorial departments and committees; researches and helps produces MoMA R&D Salons; maintains the MoMA R&D Salons website; researches topics, companies, individuals, and technologies of immediate and long-term relevance to MoMA R&D; keeps track of pertinent topics in publications, blogs, and social networks; serves as the liaison with other areas of the Museum, such as the curatorial departments, IT, Marketing and Communications, Development, Membership, Retail, and the offices of the COO, the Senior Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs, and the CFO.


• Master’s degree in communications, journalism, design criticism, or similarly composed curricula that marry innovation, communication, and design.
• Knowledgeable and self-assured in using contemporary media.
• Technologically up-to-date and conversant with general culture and design, especially interfaces and interaction.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and research and organizational skills.
• Highly motivated, strong attention to detail.
• Computer and mobile skills (Google Docs, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Keynote, Twitter, basic Photoshop and Indesign).
• Enthusiasm in working with a team, and ability to manage more than one project at a time and to meet deadlines.
• Two-years experience in managing projects such as conferences or symposia preferred.

Editorial Fellowship

Outside offers paid six-month fellowships at our headquarters in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Our fellows are included in nearly all of Outside’s editorial processes, including feature pitch meetings, film shoots, and casual brainstorming sessions. They get a firsthand look at how an multiplatform national publication comes together. They also have the opportunity to execute their own work during their time at Outside, including a long-term capstone project. Finally, fellows get to participate in periodic instructional seminars and one-on-one meetings with our editorial staff and award-winning contributors, which provide invaluable mentorship and professional-development opportunities.

Who We’re Looking For:
Early-career journalists and creatives who are excited to contribute to Outside. If you’re new to the outdoor world but passionate about the topics we cover, please don’t hesitate to apply. We especially encourage applications from women, people of color, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, and others who have been historically underrepresented in journalism and the outdoor industry. Unfortunately, telecommuting is not an option, and Outside is unable to provide work visas for those applying from outside the United States. All positions are located in our Santa Fe office. The most competitive applicants typically have some post-college journalism experience, but we do not require college degrees.

Our fellowship roles are 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, and pay $15 an hour (and time and a half for overtime hours).

Editorial Fellowship:
The editorial fellowship is a great opportunity for early-career journalists who want to learn how long-form journalism works.

Editorial fellows’ responsibilities include:
- Working with our editors and writers to fact-check our print and online feature stories. At Outside, fact-checking is an integral part of the editorial process, and as a fact-checker, you get to watch how a long-form story takes shape, reengineer the writer’s reporting to make sure it’s fair and accurate, and often have a significant voice in the story’s editing process.
- Fact-checking shorter online and service stories. We also want to make sure our news coverage and reader service is authoritative and credible, and to that end, our fellows fact-check shorter articles, too, from quick-turnaround gear news to health packages and travel guides.
- Contributing research to various stories and projects. This may include tracking down nautical charts for a map, putting together a data set for a chart, obtaining a court document for an investigation, or reaching out to experts to develop a feature or package idea for an editor.
- Generating story ideas to bring to pitch meetings and brainstorming sessions. We encourage our fellows to constantly come up with ideas, be it a quick news hit, an idea for a special issue, or a pitch for a longer online story.
- Writing for the online site as well as the magazine. We often tap our fellows for everything from sidebars in the magazine to online stories on a news development. Fellows also have opportunities to pitch and pursue longer stories, including for a capstone project, which involves working with an editor to develop and write a narrative online feature.

Applicants should:
- Be passionate about the outdoors (but not necessarily a hardcore athlete)
- Know the magazine well
- Have some professional experience reporting and/or fact-checking at a newspaper, magazine, or website
- Possess strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills

We are currently hiring for the editorial-fellowship cycle that will start in June 2020. Applications are due on April 3. To apply, please send a cover letter, résumé, and three relevant writing samples to senior research editor Luke Whelan at

Social media fellow

The Economist's social media team is seeking a fellow to support the team’s work in the New York bureau.

The social media fellow will assist with our strategy to extend the reach of The Economist’s journalism in North America, with a particular focus on America’s 2020 elections. The paid fellowship will last for one year.

The successful candidate will work with colleagues across editorial departments. To be successful, you must be an innovative, unstoppable newshound with an interest in, and knowledge of, current affairs and American politics. You should be excited about the opportunities of social media for a weekly newspaper that was first published more than 150 years before the first tweet. This is an entry-level position working alongside the assistant communities editor in New York, and reporting to the head of social media, based in London.

You should have some junior experience as a journalist, either through internships or perhaps for a college newspaper, or have experience in telling engaging stories online.

In this role you would be expected to:
-Help distribute The Economist’s journalism across digital channels, including newsletters and social media
-Create and test engaging formats for The Economist’s journalism on different platforms
-Work with correspondents and editors to tell stories digitally

To succeed in this role you must have:
-The ability to share online stories in an engaging way
-An understanding of social networks, and emerging trends and platforms in digital media
-Strong writing and proofreading skills
-Good communication skills both written and oral
-An understanding of current affairs and American politics
-Strong news judgement
-The ability to be a self starter, capable of working independently
-Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator and After Effects skills are a plus

Summer 2020 Residency

The MacDowell Colony provides time and space for artists to work on creative projects. The Colony has expanded its support for journalists by providing additional residencies and project funding of up to $2,500 in addition to financial aid for accepted artists engaged in long-form journalism projects.
A MacDowell Fellowship consists of exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for two weeks to two months. There are no residency fees. Artists are responsible for materials and travel expenses: financial assistance is available to artists in residence based on need.
MacDowell encourages applications from artists representing the widest possible range of perspectives and demographics. The sole criterion for acceptance is artistic excellence.
The application deadline is January 15th for the Summer 2020 residency season.