The 10-week summer program places graduate and post-graduate level science, engineering and mathematics students at media organizations nationwide. Fellows have worked as reporters, editors, researchers and production assistants.
The Foundation's Mister Rogers Memorial Scholarship Program awards four $10,000 scholarships to graduate students ONLY to support and encourage them to pursue a career in children's media and further the values and principles of Fred Rogers' work. The scholarships are project-based and are not to be used for tuition.
The TV Academy Foundation's summer Student Internship Program provides over 40 industry-wide internships to college students nationwide. The program gives both undergraduate and graduate students in-depth exposure to professional television production during an eight-week summer period in Los Angeles.
The AMA Foundation has made it a priority to assist medical students in handling the rising cost of medical education. The Physicians of Tomorrow Awards were created to provide financial assistance to medical students facing spiraling medical school debt. Physicians of Tomorrow Award, supported by the Johnson F. Hammond, MD, Fund: Selection is based on a commitment to a career in medical journalism.
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.
Journalism fellowships and exchanges for working American and Asia Pacific journalists promote understanding of the complexities of the Asia Pacific region through study tours. Intensive dialogue with colleagues, government officials, business executives and community leaders provides participants with a means to broaden their network of contacts.
The Kaiser Media Internships in Health Reporting is for early career U.S. journalists interested in specializing in health reporting. The program provides an intensive introduction and practical experience reporting on health issues based at newsrooms across the U.S.
The fellowship program provides a week-long site visit and in-depth State-specific briefings for invited health and health policy journalists, with invitations tailored to the topics and issues addressed.
Tools for Reporting on HIV/AIDS. These tools, including the Reporter's Manual on HIV/AIDS, The Kaiser AIDS Timeline, and pages with country-specific data among others, will help you navigate through the Kaiser Family Foundation's current work and resources on HIV/AIDS.
U.S. and Canadian scholars spend an academic year studying and reporting in Latin America and the Caribbean, and Latin American and Caribbean scholars spend an academic year studying at a recognized U.S. or Canadian journalism school.
Reinforce your education through practical, hands-on work experience in Kodak's exciting and meaningful Cooperative Internship Programs (CIP) located in such locations as Rochester, NY, Windsor, CO, and Dayton, OH. Contribute ideas and develop knowledge, leadership and communications abilities while interacting and collaborating with top professionals in your field.
These highly competitive awards are given to students demonstrating superior professional filmmaking production skills and creativity along with academic success. Participating worldwide colleges and universities that offer a degree or diploma program in film, film production, or cinematography may nominate up to two students each year for consideration.
Applicants must be a declared major in broadcast journalism, digital multimedia, mass/speech/digital communication, television production, or marketing, at an accredited university or college within the United States.
The HCIP gives highly qualified graduate students and recent graduate degree recipients the opportunity to participate in vital health and science communications projects in one of the many offices that make up the NCI. Interns will select an area of emphasis: health communications or science writing.
All scholarships are open to enrolled students (freshmen excluded) who are pursuing careers in radio and television news. Winners are also invited to attend the Exellence in Journalism conference. Candidates must be a full-time college student whose career objective is electronic journalism and have at least one full year of college remaining. To receive an award, winners must be officially enrolled in college and be in good standing.
The program invites 15 young American journalists and students of journalism to Germany to participate in an intensive series of seminars, presentations, and visits to important German media and German political and cultural institutions. The one-week program is conducted in English. German language proficiency is not required. Through observation, discussion, and research, participants will experience first-hand the German capital city of Berlin, its vibrant and diverse culture, and its fascinating history.