The Arizona Republic/azcentral.com is seeking talented students and recent graduates in news reporting, photojournalism, digital production, or audio for the paid Summer 2022 Pulliam Fellowships.
The 10-week Journalism Fellowship program places emerging journalists in the newsroom, where they gain valuable experience working alongside award-winning journalists. Pulliam Scholars earn $650/week for the 10-week program.
Recent Pulliam Fellows at Phoenix have worked on political reporting, social media, digital production, feature film and visual teams. If they don’t return to class, most participants end up with positions in The Republic’s newsroom or other network newsrooms.
Junior, senior, and graduate college students enrolled in a journalism or related program beginning November 1, 2021 are eligible. Previous internships in journalism and/or experience as a journalist in a university newspaper is preferred. You must commit to a career in news journalism. You must have reliable transportation and arrange your own accommodation. We are an equal opportunity employer that values diversity among its journalism fellows.
About the Arizona Republic and azcentral.com
The Arizona Republic/azcentral is the USA Today Network’s largest local news site of more than 200 newspaper and media sites, with coverage focused on the Phoenix metro area and around Arizona. The Phoenix site also oversees the operations of USA Today Network newspapers in California, Oregon, Utah and several other western states. In 2018, the paper received the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Journalism for a project examining the implications of building a border wall from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico.
How to Apply for a Pulliam Scholarship
Scholarship dates: June 6-August. 12, 2022.
Where to apply: Apply online at azcentral.formstack.com/forms/pulliam_application_2022.
What to include: A completed online application form; samples of published work, at least half of which were completed on time; Continue; a letter of recommendation from someone who knows the most about you and your work, such as an editor, supervisor, teacher, or colleague; two professional references who can talk about your work as a journalist.
Questions: In Phoenix, contact Stacy Sullivan at [email protected] or 602-320-1762.