The Hispanic Link Journalism Foundation and The Scripps Howard Foundation are offering three journalism fellowships for college students.
The news service publishes the national Hispanic Link Weekly Report and syndicates opinion, news analysis and feature columns to English- and Spanish-language media.
- Fellowships are open to juniors and first-semester seniors with a demonstrated interest in pursuing careers in print or multimedia journalism One student will be selected for each semester.
- Fellows receive a stipend of $2,500 plus free housing in Northwest Washington near the National Zoo.
- Applicants will be judged on their analytical and English language writing skills and potential as journalists.
- The selected fellows will be placed with the Washington, D.C.–based Hispanic Link News Service, which covers national affairs affecting 49 million U.S. Hispanics.
There is no application form. Simply mail send a letter of interest, resume and writing samples to:
1420 ‘N’ St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
e-mail email@example.comIndicate preferred semester for fellowship:
Jan. 14 – April 18
Postmark Dec. 3
June 9 – Aug. 15
Postmark Feb. 4
Sept. 8 – Dec. 12
Postmark March 14
For more information contact:
Alex Meneses Miyashita or Charlie Ericksen, editors
Jody Beck, director
Scripps Howard Foundation
November 5, 2007
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