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Yearlong Investigative Reporting Fellowships

Yearlong Investigative Reporting Fellowships Announced

UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism recently announced a call for entries for its seventh-annual competition for yearlong fellowships in investigative reporting. The fellowships are open to all working investigative journalists, but preference will be given to graduates of UC Berkeley's master's program in journalism.

Fellows will receive an annual salary of $53,268 and be eligible for full UC benefits. Fellows will also be provided with office space, basic expenses and up to $10,000 in funds for approved travel. 

This year’s fellowships are made possible by core grants from the Sandler Foundation, Scott and Jennifer Fearon, Margaret and Will Hearst, along with donations from the Wyncote Foundation and The Financial Times.

Applications are due no later than midnight on Monday, May 13th. Up to three fellows will be selected in June for a one-year academic appointment, expected to begin in September 2013.

Please see the job posting for complete fellowship details and application requirements.