This online workshop with SEJ member Colleen Kimmett is designed to guide participants through the stylistic and technical elements that make a great piece of writing. Thursdays, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 2020, 6:00-7:30 p.m. ET. $125-$150.
This free Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources online workshop for journalists will gather a host of experts from around North America to discuss the complicated relationship between climate and ocean, current impacts and future possibilities. Registration opens Aug 5 to the first 25 registrants.
This free Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources online workshop for journalists will focus on environmental issues, race and reporting, using Houston and other cities as case studies to explore larger systemic issues prevalent throughout the US. Registration opens Jul 1 to the first 25 registrants.
This intensive online course, run by full-time freelance journalist Abigail Edge, is an inspired DIY retreat for any freelance journalist feeling the urge to take stock and refresh their career goals. Over the course of four weeks we'll cover everything from pitching and ideas to branding and business skills, with Q&A sessions.
National Press Foundation will offer a free online training program for 25 journalists to help them track how federal pandemic assistance funds are being used. The training will be held for two hours per day from July 13-17 (10 hours total). Fellows will be offered subsequent confidential follow-up sessions with experts and data analysts to help them bring their stories to successful publication.
Mongabay.org's part-time, six-month fellowship primarily involves writing stories that cover conservation technology-related research. Develop your writing skills and have your news stories published on affiliated news site Mongabay.com. $5,000 honorarium from a special fund created in the memory of Sue Palminteri. Deadline: Jun 5, 2020.
This Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources online workshop will introduce journalists to the new reality — and uncertainty — of Great Lakes water levels. Due to group size limitations, the workshop is open to the first 25 registrants. There is no registration fee.
This Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources workshop in Missoula, MT, will connect journalist attendees with experts regarding the ecological, economic, social and public health impacts of wildfire. Open to first 20 registrants; $25 registration fee includes lodging, meals and local transportation.
Stanford University’s Bill Lane Center for the American West is offering a media fellowship, giving one $5,000 stipend for three months’ work. The grant will fund a journalist illuminating crucial issues about the region. Apply by Mar 31, 2020.