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Pulitzer Center Update octobre 11, 2022

Special Call for Reporting Fellowship Proposals on Global Health Inequities and Climate Science

Auteurs:
special call

The Pulitzer Center is now accepting applications for Reporting Fellowships focused on issues related to Global Health Inequities and Climate Science. Current students at our Campus Consortium partners and recent graduates (classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022) are encouraged to apply. 

Individuals may submit no more than one application. Applicants may propose projects on multiple platforms—text and/or multimedia, including video, audio, and documentary photography. 

Selected winners will be awarded a $3,000 stipend. They will receive mentorship from the Pulitzer Center staff and grantees, network with professional reporters and editors, and participate in workshops to build journalism—virtually or in person, when feasible. Fellows will also be invited to participate in the Pulitzer Center's annual Washington Weekend event in D.C.

Before applying, please visit the Pulitzer Center website. You’ll see stories by Reporting Fellows and various resources.

Applicants for the Global Health Inequities Fellowship should consider enterprise and underreported stories about COVID-19 inequities and other U.S. and global health system failures. We’re interested in systemic barriers to all sorts of care, including, but not limited to, COVID-19 vaccines and treatment. We’re also interested in stories about misinformation and politicization that impede improved access to care and preparation for future health crises. View related Pulitzer Center stories on our COVID-19 and Health issue pages.

Applicants for the Climate Science Fellowship may want to focus on new scientific discoveries, changes in local atmospheric conditions, weather patterns, or their local biosphere; changes to your local coastlines, fisheries and marine life, parks and wilderness areas, water supplies or agricultural areas; health impacts related to climate change; and changes in the local environment caused by  state or local environmental regulations; and sustainable solutions. View related Pulitzer Center stories on our Environment and Climate Change and Connected Coastlines issue pages. Applications must be related to the United States, but may also include an international component.

Deadlines

The deadline for applications is December 1, 2022, at 11:59 pm (Eastern Time). Reporting will take place in 2023.

Eligibility

Only current students and recent graduates (classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022) of our Campus Consortium partner schools are eligible to apply. We are unable to accept applications from current students or alums of other universities.

Applications must include the following:

  • A description of the proposed project and timeline in no more than 250 words
  • A preliminary budget estimate, including a basic breakdown of costs for travel, ground transportation, lodging, meals, visas, and local reporting partner/translator fees, if needed.
  • A copy of your resume
  • Three samples of published work, either print or multimedia
  • Three professional references. These can be either contact information or letters of recommendation. The latter is encouraged when letters from interested producers or editors are available.
  • Distribution avenues you are considering, in addition to the Pulitzer Center website
  • Applications may also include a more detailed description of the project, including a list of potential sources, but the most important part of the submission is the 250-word summary.

Please email reportingfellows@pulitzercenter.org if you have questions.

Download the application here:

Info Session Recording

An informational webinar took place on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 4:00pm EST. To view the recording, please click below.

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