National Press Foundation NPF is offering fully funded Paris Accords of Science Communication journalism Fellowship. The Paris Accords of Science Communication offers journalists the opportunity to interact with scientific experts and learn better ways to communicate science to the public. This four-day training program will cover issues such as the neuroscience of hate; the science of pain; social determinants of health, childhood trauma, and its lifelong impact; as well as the plight of refugees and victims of human trafficking; and more. Journalists will also participate in field trips to scientific institutions. Moreover, this is a Journalist-to-Journalist program open to journalists based in the United States and the European Union only.
The fully funded fellowship covers airfare, ground transportation, hotel costs, and most meals. Moreover, NPF offers this professional development opportunity for journalists to enhance skills, increase knowledge and recharge their reporting on one of today’s most critical issues.
Paris Accords of Science Communication journalism fellowship is open to journalists based on the US and the EU. Moreover, the fellows may be early-career to mid-career journalists, who have at least two published works within the span of the recent two years.
Also, the journalists should be available during the time of the Paris Accords of Science Communication training from October 21-24 in Paris.
Fellow Journalist may apply for the NPF Journalism Fellowship by completing and submitting the online registration form. Moreover, the journalist will require to provide:
Also, while filling up the form, the journalists must provide an answer to questions concerning:
NPF will accept the application for the fully funded Journalism Fellowship in Paris until 10 July 2019.