NPR offers reporting fellowship (Worldwide)
Journalists worldwide can apply for a US$24,000 fellowship to conduct a reporting project abroad.
Sponsored by the John Alexander Project and NPR, the Above the Fray Fellowship is designed to give a promising journalist the opportunity to cover important, under-reported stories from abroad.
The selected individual will spend three months filing on-air and online stories for NPR.
Applicants should combine the depth of traditional journalists with the technical innovation of new media and have between three and five years of professional experience. Journalists of any nationality may apply, but they must be fluent in English.
Submit a story proposal, resume, two audio or video samples in English, three essays and two recommendation letters by July 1.
Source: The Johnalexander Project