Investigative Reporting Fellowship Announcement

April 27, 2012

UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism is now accepting entries for its sixth-annual competition for yearlong fellowships in investigative reporting. Up to three fellowships will be awarded in June. The fellowships are open to all working investigative journalists, but preference will be given to those with a master’s degree in journalism from UC Berkeley or a similar program. A strong track record of successfully reporting on complex subjects in the public interest is required. Story proposals should involve subjects under-reported by traditional news organizations. Proposals may include print, broadcast and multimedia components.
This year’s fellowships are made possible by core grants from the Sandler Foundation and the Hellman Foundation along with donations from Scott and Jennifer Fearon, The Financial Times, and Peter Wiley. The application deadline has been extended to Friday, May 18th. For more information, please see the full job description.

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