Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship 2022 Applications are invited for well-qualified women journalists who wish to hone their skills and do valuable research and academic work at MIT’s Center for International Studies and Journalism internship for the Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship.
The Neuffer Fellowship is designed for women journalists, non-binary or non-sexist with at least three years of journalistic experience working in print, broadcasting, or digital media, either as a working journalist or as a freelancer.
Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship Summary
Company / Organization: International Women’s Media Foundation
Program Type: Graduate Fellowship
Program Area: MIT Center for International Studies
Program Period: 6 months
Slot Available: Several
Basic Degrees: Bachelor’s Degrees
Nationality: All Nations
Application Deadline: April 15 2022
Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship 2022 DETAILS
The Fellowship provides educational and career opportunities to develop the skills of reporting women and non-binary journalists focusing on human rights and social justice. The Fellowship was established as a memorial to the author of the Boston Globe and the IWMF Courage in Journalism Award (1998) winner Elizabeth Neuffer. In partnership with Neuffer’s family and friends, IWMF embarked on a program to honor Neuffer’s legacy while advancing his work in the areas of human rights and justice.
To qualify for the Journalism Fellowship, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Applicants must be female journalists, non-binary or non-sexist.
- He has at least three years’ experience in journalism working in print, broadcasting, or digital media.
- Applicants must be proficient in written and oral English.
- Demonstrate excellent academic and research skills.
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How to apply: Applicants interested in the Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship 2022/23 should complete their application before or before the application deadline as late application will not be considered.