Application: Indigenous Scholarship to the Summer Investigative Reporting Course at Columbia University

The application deadline is April 18, 2020.

Journalists must be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island journalists with at least five years of reporting experience to apply. The Summer Investigative Reporting Course is for journalists worldwide who report stories, as well as editors who manage investigative projects or teams. Workshops focus on developing a major project but lessons are intended to be used by journalists in their everyday reporting. Beat reporters from all departments are encouraged to consider attending.

Click here to read more about the scholarship and your eligibility. Apply below:

 
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Your letter of interest should outline your experience and interest in the program.
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Please upload a letter of support from a direct supervisor or manager. Freelancers can submit a letter from an editor with whom they have worked.
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Please share two work samples. If not originally in English, please provide translation. You may also submit a document with links to your work, or share files directly with [email protected]
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What will you work on at the Summer Investigative Reporting Course? Please upload a short story pitch.
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