The Pulitzer Center partners with individual journalists and news organizations to support in-depth, high-impact reporting projects. We provide support through short-term grants and yearlong reporting fellowships. We accept applications from freelance and staff journalists worldwide.
GLOBAL REPORTING GRANTS
The Pulitzer Center’s global reporting grants support in-depth, high-impact reporting on critical, underreported issues. This is our signature, "catch-all" grant, so there are no restrictions on topic or reporting location. You can also explore our thematic and regional grants below.
SIGNATURE PULITZER CENTER GRANT
Global Reporting Grant
REGIONAL REPORTING GRANTS
Persephone Miel: Grants for Non-Western Journalists
JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIPS & NETWORKS
Through its yearlong fellowships, the Pulitzer Center brings together cohorts of reporters pursuing ambitious in-depth and investigative stories. The Fellowships emphasize collaborative, cross-border, and transdiscipline reporting. Fellows receive funding, training, and the support of dedicated editors from the Center’s Data & Research Unit. Our Engagement team helps the Fellows amplify their stories, engage with their audience, and measure impact.
INFORMATION & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FELLOWSHIP
AI Accountability Network
Through the AI Accountability Fellowships, the Pulitzer Center provides journalists financial support, a community of peers, mentorship, and training to pursue in-depth reporting projects that interrogate how these AI systems are funded, built, and deployed by corporations, governments and other powerful actors.
U.S. REPORTING FELLOWSHIP
StoryReach U.S. Reporting Fellowships
The StoryReach U.S. Fellowships provide freelance and staff journalists partnered with local and regional newsrooms in the United States with funding, collaboration, network support, and audience engagement strategies to amplify reporting across a wide range of topics—from health to science misinformation and racial justice—to important audiences.
CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT FELLOWSHIP
Rainforest Investigations Network
The Rainforest Investigations Network (RIN) seeks to leverage investigative reporting and cross-border collaboration to address stories at the intersection of climate change, corruption, and governance in the world's three main rainforest regions: the Amazon, Congo Basin, and Southeast Asia.
CLIMATE & ENVIRONMENT FELLOWSHIP
Ocean Reporting Network
The Ocean Reporting Network (ORN) uncovers the harmful and illegal practices of the fishing and extractive industries, systemic threats to marine biodiversity and coastal communities, and the supply chains facilitating global demand for the ocean’s increasingly dwindling resources.
STUDENT JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIP
Campus Consortium Student Reporting Fellowships
Undergraduate and post-graduate student reporting fellowships. The Campus Consortium is a network of partnerships between the Pulitzer Center and colleges/universities to engage with students and faculty on the critical global issues of our time.
HUMAN RIGHTS FELLOWSHIP
Eyewitness Photojournalism Grant
Awarded annually by Diversify Photo and the Pulitzer Center, the Eyewitness Photojournalism Grant supports projects by independent photojournalists historically underrepresented in the global media landscape.