Want to grow as a journalist while absorbing a universe of green knowledge? Apply for the Grist Fellowship Program.
The Grist Fellowship Program is an opportunity to hone your skills at a national news outlet and deepen your understanding of environmental issues. We’re looking for early-career journalists with a variety of skills, from traditional reporting to multimedia whizbangery. We will offer exposure to the leading sustainability thinkers and theories of our time, real-world experience at a fast-paced news site, and the occasional French bulldog in a Triceratops costume.
For our fall 2018 term, which begins in September 2018, we are offering three fellowships: a news fellowship, an environmental justice fellowship and a video fellowship. Fellows must make a six-month commitment. Each fellowship pays $2,750 per month. The video fellowship is based in Seattle, the news and justice fellows have the option to work remotely.
Please find all the details and application instructions here: grist.org/fellowships
We are looking for early-career writers, reporters, storytellers, producers, and personalities. Candidates are most likely college or j-school grads, with some experience in journalism. Our primary subject areas are climate, clean energy, sustainable food, livable cities, and environmental justice.
Grist is an independent nonprofit media organization that shapes the country’s environmental conversations, making green second nature for our monthly audience of 2,000,000 and growing. At Grist, green isn’t about hugging trees or hiking — it’s about using humor and real talk to connect big issues like climate change to the places where people live, work, and play.
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