Vermont Law School Summer Media Fellowships for Journalists 2016
Deadline: March 2, 2016
Applications for Vermont Law School’s Summer Session Media Fellowships are now open, offering you a chance to enhance your journalism skills and deepen your understanding of environmental law and policy.
The purpose of the fellowships program is to sharpen journalists’ skills through professional development, so they can advance public understanding of environmental and natural resource issues and the laws and policies that affect our lives and the natural world.
Media Fellows audit one two-week course between June and July and have access to distinguished faculty and visiting policy leaders.
The Fellowships are open to full-time online, print and broadcast journalists who cover the environment, natural resources, energy, legal affairs, public health and other environment-related issues.
Fellows will receive a $1,250 stipend, free housing, free books, and a tuition waiver.
How to Apply
Applicants should submit a résumé, two work samples, and an essay of up to 400 words describing their interest in the program. Send application materials to Maryellen Apelquist: [email protected].
For more information, visit the Vermont Law School Summer Fellowship.