Year-after-year, one of the most popular posts at NewsLab is a list of journalism fellowships and grants. No endorsement is implied, but we have recently corrected some outdated links and added a few more to the list.
AHCJ-CDC Health Journalism Fellowship
Fellows spend a week studying public health issues at CDC campuses in Atlanta.
Arthur F. Burns Fellowships
Two-month fellowship for US journalists to report from Germany for their news organizations.
Supports reporting projects focused on K-12 education with a grant of up to $10,000.
Climate Media Fellowship
Offered by the Heinrich Boell Foundation, fellowship covers travel and honorarium for a research trip to Europe to report climate or energy stories.
Council on Foreign Relations Edward R. Murrow Press Fellowship
For journalists involved in covering international news, nine months of research, writing at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City.
Dart Center Ochberg Fellowships
Expense-paid fellowships to mid-career journalists who want to apply knowledge of emotional trauma to improving coverage of violent events.
Development Reporting Grants
The European Journalism Centre offers grants for new and distinctive coverage of issues related to global development.
Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Fellowships
Fellows spend eight months pursuing challenges to journalism or going after an idea that would explore new opportunities.
German/American Journalist Exchange Program
RTNDF/RIAS travel fellowship to Germany for broadcast or online journalists only, “building bridges of understanding professionally and personally.”
Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Short term research fellowships for journalists in New York City. Term varies from one week to two months with a stipend for travel, housing and expenses.
Global Investigative Journalism Network
This site offers a list of grants and fellowships of special interest to investigative journalists around the world.
ICFJ Knight Fellowships
The ICFJ Knight Fellowships are designed to instill a culture of news innovation and experimentation worldwide.
Institutes for Journalism and Natural Resources
Week-long fellowship expeditions for journalists, all expenses paid.
Investigative Reporters & Editors Fellowships & Scholarships
IRE offers fellowships and scholarships for professional journalists, students and educators. These typically include a one-year IRE membership and conference/seminar registration fees.
Kaiser Media Fellowships in Health
A flexible opportunity for print, broadcast, and online journalists to pursue an area of interest in U.S. health policy issues.
Knight-Bagehot Economics and Business Journalism Fellowships
Offers qualified journalists an academic year at Columbia University to enhance their understanding and knowledge of business, economics, and finance.
Knight Fellowships at Stanford
Gives mid-career journalists an academic year at Stanford “to broaden and deepen their understanding of a changing world.”
Knight Science Journalism Fellowships
Mid-career program for experienced journalists who cover science, technology, medicine, or the environment. Fellows spend an academic year at MIT. Also offers week-long seminars and boot camps.
Provides outstanding mid-career professionals the opportunity to indulge in a sabbatical year of study and reflection at the University of Michigan.
Loyola Law School Journalist Fellowship
Free, four-day intensive seminar for journalists whose coverage requires an in-depth knowledge of the legal system. Held at Loyola in Los Angeles.
Marine Biological Laboratory’s Science Journalism Program
Offers professional science journalists, writers, editors, and broadcast journalists a chance to forget about story deadlines and immerse themselves in the process of basic biomedical and environmental research.
McCloy Fellowships in Journalism
From the American Council on Germany, expense paid travel to Europe available for US journalists to pursue stories of their own design.
McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalists
Up to $15,000 to journalists with 5-plus years of experience for a business reporting project. Spring deadline: May 15; Fall deadline: Nov. 15.
Metcalf Institute Fellowships
Provides under-represented racial and ethnic minority journalists with an opportunity to learn basic science, gain environmental research and reporting skills at the University of Rhode Island.
National Institute for Health Care Management (NIHCM) Foundation
Offers grants and support for health care journalists working in all types of media — digital, print, and broadcast — serving local or national markets.
Journalists with at least five years of experience spend an academic year at Harvard. Each fellow is free to design an individual course of study.
O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism
Fellows spend nine months at Marquette University researching, reporting and writing stories with the potential to change policies and improve lives.
The Poynter Institute
This post from April 2018 offers a list of funding options for reporting projects or for addressing industry issues.
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
Journalists can apply for travel grants for reporting projects throughout the world, with an emphasis on under-reported issues.
Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism
Journalists with at least three years of experience can apply for a stipend to support a reporting project on mental health.
The Reporting Award
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University offers this award to support journalism in any medium on significant under-reported subjects in the public interest.
USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism
Reporting grants of $1,000-$10,000 and 4 1/2-days of intensive training on health issues for journalists whose news outlets commitment to publishing an ambitious health journalism project.
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