Join us for the summer of 2015. The Indianapolis Star and The Arizona Republic, Gannett Co. newspapers, are seeking college students and new graduates with a talent for reporting, news design and graphics, or photojournalism for an exciting and demanding journalism fellowship program.
To apply, go to www.indystar.com/pjf
PULLIAM JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIPS - $650/wk
Why should I apply for this journalism program?
You'll be a member of our newsroom, work hard and gain valuable journalism experience. You get paid, too. Our Pulliam Fellows earn $650/week for the 10-week program. You'll also get to participate in writing workshops and learn over lunch from some of the best minds in journalism. Additionally, many former Pulliam Fellows have returned as guest lecturers, including Adam B. Ellick, foreign correspondent, New York Times, and John Fritze, reporter, Baltimore Sun.
Am I qualified for this journalism program?
College juniors, seniors and graduate students enrolled in a journalism or related degree program as of Nov. 1, 2014, are eligible. Previous newspaper journalism internships and/or experience as a journalist on a college newspaper are preferred. You need to be committed to a career in news journalism. You must have reliable transportation and arrange for your own housing. We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity among its journalism fellows.
What's the deadline for this journalism application?
All application materials must be postmarked by Nov. 1, 2014.
How do I apply?
View the journalism program instructions and download the application – www.indystar.com/pjf
As a Pulliam Journalism Fellowship recipient you will be treated like a member of the newsroom and get valuable experience, plus up to $6,500. Pulliam Fellows earn $650/week for the 10-week program.Salaries are based upon actual hours worked. In additional to working in your chosen specialty area of news, feature or sports reporting, photography, copy editing, graphic design, you will also participate in writing workshops and lunch with some of the finest minds in journalism.
Recipients serve their fellowship at either The Indianapolis Star or The Arizona Republic.
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Joining hundreds of other PJF recipients who have since 1974 benefited from the fellowship experience and gone on to make major contributions to the field of journalism.