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Through the generosity of the Philip L. Graham Fund and the Chicago Tribune Foundation, IRE is pleased to offer Minority Fellowships to allow a limited number of professional journalists to attend the CAR (still accepting applications) and IRE conferences. These fellowships cover a 1-year IRE membership; conference registration fees; up to $600 for hotel accommodations and $500 reimbursement for travel.
Applicants for these awards should identify themselves with one of the minority groups listed on the application.
Questions: Contact John Green at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-882-2772
Investigative Reporters and Editors is pleased to be part of a new opportunity Google is launching for college journalism students.
It's an exciting program, and here at IRE, the selected student will have the opportunity to do meaningful work with data, gain a deeper understanding of investigative reporting, be part of the annual IRE Conference that attracts journalists from around the world, and much more. Students start the program with a week at the Knight Foundation in June and conclude things with a week at Google headquarters in early August.
Here's what Google has to say about the ...Read more ...
Working on a project about health care systems? About to start one? Here are some resources to help:
The Association of Health Care Journalists is offering Reporting Fellowships on Health Care Performance, a yearlong program that funds reporting on health care systems in the United States. The program is designed for mid-career journalists, who continue their regular jobs and pursue the project with the support of their newsroom, which would publish the final product.
The fellowship offers up to $4,000 for field visits, data and research. Fellows also get guidance through AHCJ seminars, conferences and email consultations, as well ...Read more ...
IRE offers more ways than ever to receive financial help to attend our annual conference.