Journalists who live outside the United States can apply for a fellowship.
The World Press Institute (WPI) is offering three-month fellowships for experienced journalists hoping to improve their understanding of American journalism.
The program aims to expose fellows to working conditions in the U.S.
media. They are required to report on a variety of social issues to see
how U.S. institutions respond to different social concerns.
The 2014 fellowship will begin in mid-August 2014 and end in
mid-October. The fellows will spend three weeks in Minnesota, and then
travel to several U.S. cities, including New York and Washington, D.C.,
for briefings, interviews and visits. They will returne to Minnesota for
the final week of the program.
Applicants must have demonstrated leadership potential, five years of
full-time news experience and fluency in English. Freelancers are
Applicants must submit a resume, essays, work samples, a photo and three letters of recommendation by Feb. 15, 2014.
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