Applications are due April 4, 2022
IRE22 fellowships are available for the following communities:
- All journalists
- Women who are journalism students or early-career professional journalists (three years or less of post-college work experience)
- Journalists, students and educators of color
- U.S. early-career (five or fewer years of post-college work experience) TV journalists interested in investigative reporting
- Journalism students in Arkansas, Mississippi, Oklahoma or Louisiana. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville students are not eligible.
- Journalists with less than 10 years of professional experience and an interest in financial investigative journalism
- U.S. journalists working for a newspaper with a Sunday circulation of under 50,000
- Illinois journalism students and early-career journalists (five years post-college graduation)
- Colorado journalists of color, journalists with disabilities, LGBTQ+ journalists and others from communities that are underrepresented in the field of investigative journalism
- Journalists with less than five years of experience working in daily or weekly print news organizations or digital-only news outlets (*Note* this fellowship requires a different application process, which can be found here)
For attending the conference virtually, the fellowship includes:
- One-year IRE membership/renewal ($25-70 value)
- Complimentary conference registration
All recipients are required to meet IRE’s membership standards: Someone substantially engaged in news gathering, presentation or production; a student pursuing a degree or someone engaged full-time in research or teaching in the field of journalism.
IRE hopes to notify you about the status of your application within 10 business days.
Questions? Contact Anna López, firstname.lastname@example.org