Applications call for the 2020 Center for Health Journalism Data Fellowship at the University of Southern California in the United States of America. The 2020 Center for Health Journalism Data Fellowship is for skilled journalists who want to learn to mine data sources to reveal key insights essential to high-impact journalism.
The 2020 Center for Health Journalism Data Fellowship at the University of Southern California offers professional reporters an opportunity to learn to acquire, analyze and produce visualizations of data that can help their audiences understand key health and child welfare developments. Fellows can beat reporters focused on health, education, or children’s issues or general assignment reporters with a demonstrated interest in reporting on these themes.
Each Fellow will have to propose an ambitious investigative or explanatory reporting project to undertake in the six months following the training. In addition to that, fellows will receive grants of $2,000 to support reporting and data acquisition costs. Furthermore, for six months, Fellows receive guidance from expert data journalism mentors as they complete ambitious explanatory or investigative Fellowship projects built around data – reporting that impacts policy and spurs new community discussions.
Candidates must have the following qualifications to be eligible for the 2020 Center for Health Journalism Data Fellowship at the University of Southern California
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Organizer||The University of Southern California|