IRE offers more ways than ever to receive financial help to attend our annual conference.
This year we've added a new fellowship in remembrance of longtime IRE member and supporter David Dietz. The fellowship honors his memory and legacy by helping a journalist how has demonstrated an interest in fnancial investigative journalism and who has fewer than 10 years professional experience. Like most fellowships, it covers registration fees, provides $750 in reimbursed travel and lodging expenses and a one-year IRE membership. The David Dietz fellowship also offers a special opportunity by pairing the winner with an investigative reporter for a year-long mentorship.
To apply for this fellowship, or one of several others that can help you attend the IRE Conference, click here
Those opportunities include:
- The Philip L. Graham Diversity Fellowships
- The Jennifer Leonard Scholarship (for women of modest means who are college students or professional journalists with three or fewer years' experience)
- The Godfrey Wells Stancill Fellowship (for journalists at print publications with Sunday circulation under 50,000)
- The James Richard Bennett Scholarship (for students in Arkansas, Mississippi, Oklahoma or Louisiana)