2015/2016 Fellowship in Journalism Scholarship For International Students By Knight Mozilla

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Apply To Become A 2016 Knight-Mozilla Fellow!

LOCATION: US AND GERMANY

Are you a developer, technologist, civic hacker, or data cruncher who wants to help change the world of journalism? Apply to become a 2016 Knight-Mozilla Fellow and spend ten months embedded in one of the best newsrooms in the world, writing open code and becoming a leader in the international journalism tech community.

Application is open until August 21, 2015 at midnight EDT.

USE THIS LINK FOR FURTHER DETAILS AND TO APPLY: http://opennews.org/what/fellowships/apply/

Fellowships are paid positions, and emphasize open-source development that strengthens specific newsrooms and the larger journalism-code community.Applications for the 2016 Fellowships are open now, and the deadline to apply is August 21 at midnight EDT.

OUR 2016 PARTNERS

Los Angeles TimesNPRVox MediaFrontlineCorrectivthe Coral Project

THE 2016 FELLOWSHIPS

We’re looking for seven fellows to work with news organizations around the world. Fellows spend 10 months working with newsroom colleagues, experimenting on collaborative projects, and sharing their work. Our fellowship hosts for 2016 are: the Los Angeles Times Data Desk, NPR, Vox Media, Frontline, Correct!v, and The Coral Project (a collaboration between the New York Times, the Washington Post, and Mozilla). Apply now to become a 2016 Knight-Mozilla Fellow.

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