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October: dec 1


  • Mozilla Wireless Challenge Deadline: November 2017

  • Nieman Perhaps the most generous award available for established journalists, the Nieman Foundation at Harvard offers fellowships for up to 24 journalists each year. Fellows spend two semesters at the college delving into master classes, shop talks, seminars and journalism conferences.

    Most fellows receive a stipend of $65,000 over the nine months they spend at Harvard, in addition to housing, childcare and healthcare. This fellowship is less about making time to write, and more about the chance to benefit from a community of fellow journalists and academics before you return to your professional life.

    You must have five years of full-time media experience under your belt to apply. Also noteworthy: 12 of the 24 fellows will be international journalists, so non-U.S. citizens should definitely consider this opportunity.

    Deadline: The deadline for international candidates is generally in early December, while U.S. candidates can generally apply until late January.

  • Code for Canada Deadline: Passed? Toronto working with Ontario’s Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD), and another will be based in Ottawa working with the Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada (TBS).
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