Storyhunter Fellowship

The Storyhunter Fellowship is a 6-month training program that provides a hands-on experience across all of our operations. Fellows will rotate between our community, sales, and tech teams to gain complete insight into how Storyhunter helps leading media companies find, manage and hire journalists and filmmakers around the world. This is a highly competitive program designed to identify future hires.

Undergraduate or graduate degree required. Recent graduates in journalism/marketing preferred. Current students with less than a year left in their curriculum will also be considered.
Strong desire to pursue a career in media and technology with a passion for entrepreneurship.
Self-starter ready to take on any challenge with determination, discipline and humility.
Demonstrated ability to work within a team.
Native fluency in English required. Foreign language skills preferred.
Excellent writing, communication and analytical skills.
Available to work at least 3 full days a week.
Experience in graphic design, photo/video editing, HTML/CSS preferred, but not required.
Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Editorial Fellow (Fall 2015)

Map Happy is offering part-time fellowships (~20 hours) for fall 2015. There is no coffee running here! Our fellows are involved in the business from the ground up. Responsibilities include research, as well as social media and outreach efforts. There are also writing opportunities so its a great chance to build up a proper portfolio.

Climate change fellowship

The GroundTruth Project, which trains and supports the next generation of international
correspondents, is building a robust and diverse editorial team of reporting fellows and
editors to lead a multimedia reporting project over the next three years that will track the
impact of global warming.

Excited about covering climate change from an international perspective?

We are seeking applicants for up to five reporting fellowships to join our editorial team in
November 2015.

GroundTruth will select journalists from around the world with strengths across different
media platforms, including radio, video, photography, data visualization and the written

Selected fellows will travel to France to cover the 2015 Paris Climate Conference in December and work with the GroundTruth team to shape an in-depth, multimedia package to be reported over the next three years. During the four-week fellowship, fellows will produce live coverage of the event, develop sources and ideas and receive
training and mentorship from veteran correspondents. They also will become eligible for additional climate change reporting opportunities with GroundTruth that will continue
through 2018.

The work our team produces will be featured on all WGBH News platforms: Radio, TV and Digital and offered to our national editorial partners, including PRI’s The World, PBS NewsHour, PBS NOVA, MSNBC and others.

Reporting fellowship applicants can be from any country but must be early in their careers and show a demonstrated interest in, and unique talent for, covering the environment.

The deadline to submit an application for the fellowship is September 22, 2015.

GroundTruth is also seeking experienced editors to lead the project. Editors must have at
least three years experience reporting and editing, preferably with a focus on the environment.

For more information on both reporting fellowship and editor opportunities, please visit
our site:

Paid Fall Books Fellowship

Bustle Books seeks a fellow to work in-office at our New York HQ. The fellow will work closely with our books editor on daily features and news, but her primary responsibility will be to assist the editor with closely tracking each month’s new releases in both fiction and nonfiction, and writing the monthly preview feature.

Justice Fellow

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.

Video News Production Fellowships

Democracy Now! is seeking applicants for paid full-time fellowships beginning July 1. Applicants must have camera and video editing skills, work well under deadline pressure and have some news or editorial experience. Duties include shooting news events, editing video news packages, working on the live broadcast, research, booking guests and writing. The ability to work well in a team and maintain a professional demeanor in all situations is required.

The fellowships require authorization to work in the US.

Washington Week Fellow

Do you have a passion for journalism, new media and public television? The Washington Week Fellowship for emerging journalists is a six-month, paid position where you can gain hands-on, real-world experience working on "Washington Week with Gwen Ifill," the longest running news and public affairs program on PBS. The program is seeking news junkies who are creative and have strong attention to detail. Journalism and political science graduates are preferred but not required.

WETA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diversity candidates strongly encouraged to apply.

Digital Media Fellow

Each year, Moment identifies and supports a talented young journalist who already has significant journalism experience. The fellow is an integral part of the small, hard-working Moment team and has the opportunity to learn how magazine journalism gets made.

The fellow is expected to:

Spearhead online editorial production: writing and editing online pieces to fit Moment’s content, style and tone, including writing, editing, production and management of Moment’s newsletter and other digital projects, as well as involvement in website development.

Lead digital outreach efforts: promote Moment’s content through content-sharing partnerships; website development; expand Moment’s reach on social networks; increase traffic to Moment’s website; monitor data on website visitors through HubSpot and Google Analytics.

Fellows are also expected to help edit print/digital edition, and assist with a variety of other projects.

Fellows have gone on to be hired by The Atlantic, The Jerusalem Post, Slate and other publications. Minimum one-year commitment is required. Fellows receive a stipend plus 50 percent of cost of health insurance and work full-time in our Washington, DC office.

Desired Skills:

Previous reporting experience
Stellar writer
Comfort and experience with digital tools and platforms such as WordPress
Social-media mastery of at least two or three platforms
Positive attitude/Team player
Knowledge of HTML and Hubspot a plus

Digital Financial Journalism Fellowship

Alpha Hat is a Financial Technology startup that makes it easy for investors and researchers to analyze the data they're currently downloading and crunching manually by turning chart titles into visualizations automatically. (This is not a credit internship.)

We are looking for interns to work with us in Brooklyn, NY to write Bloomberg News-style articles that leverage our analysis engine. This is a great opportunity for a business journalist or someone who's taken finance/investing courses.

A successful intern will have the potential to become a Senior Editor or Editor-in-Chief of Alpha Hat's media business with substantial equity in the business. This is a rare opportunity to "get in on the ground floor" of a startup.

This is a startup, so we're flexible. Remote is ok. Full-time or part-time is ok. Start dates are flexible. The position is paid.