The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication, in partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, is accepting applications for its summer program for journalism on climate change. The partnership offers Yale students support and training to undertake their own reporting projects focused on global warming, and brings journalists reporting on the subject to campus to present their work and meet with students.
We offer one climate reporting fellowship per summer to a Yale student or recent graduate to pursue reporting projects. Pulitzer Center staff and journalists advise the student throughout the process. Final projects are featured on the Pulitzer Center website. Students are often successful in placing their work in other news-media outlets as well (among them, NPR’s Goats and Soda, Foreign Affairs, The Washington Post, Global Health Now, Huff Post, News Deeply, Nautilus, Mongabay, and The Atlantic). Reporting fellows produce a long form article and/or a multimedia piece, a photo essay, and a field note. Specific requirements to be arranged with Pulitzer Center staff. The amount of the fellowship offered is $3,000. In order to cover all costs associated with travel and reporting, the fellowship is often combined with other support. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.