Looking for funding for future study, support, a project or training? We’ve put together the only complete list (that we know of) or places to find some cash to help you get on in journalism.
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Last Updated January 22
The White Pube Writers Grant
Every month, one working-class writer will be awarded £500. This is intended for people in the early stages of their career, to fund materials, time and life expenses.
Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists
An ongoing fund for women-identifying journalists who have ideas for an ambitious reporting project.
Pulitzer Center Data Journalism Grants
Three to five proposals will be selected for data-driven journalism projects that spotlight under-reported issues. Apply ASAP.
Audio and Radio Emergency Fund
Grants of up to £1000 for freelancers in radio, podcasts, and audiobooks affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Round 16 closes on Nov 2nd. No confirmation on whether it will continue after this.
The Rory Peck Trust
Support for freelancers abroad in critical need, such as medical costs, subsistence and relocation.
The Rory Peck Training Fund
Crucial safety training for freelancers working abroad.
The Rory Peck Hardship Fund
Practical and financial support for freelance journalists whose work and livelihoods have been affected by COVID-19.
IWMF Emergency Fund
Grants of up to $2,000 for women-identifying journalists who are struggling.
O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism – Closes January 23
A 9-month fellowship in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a $70,000 stipend and other benefits. You’ll be writing stories with the potential to change policies and improve lives.
Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) – Closes January 23
Fellows will spend two weeks studying journalism in Nazi Germany and how it relates to issues facing their field today.
Practitioners Investigating Media Industry Diversity Grants – Closes January 29
A £3K grant to fund research that will address diversity deficits across the media industry. Open to people with a minimum of 5 years experience who will be paired with a mentor. (Page 21)
National Endowment of Democracy Fund – Closes January 29
Funding of up to $50,000 for organisations, including independent media outlets, to advance democratic goals. Average grant $50,000.
Sacred Writes Public Scholarships – Closes January 30
A four month scholarship paying $1,000 with the opportunity for in-depth training on pitching and other areas.
Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism – Closes January 31
Business and economics journalists with at least four years of experience can apply to spend an academic year at New York’s Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Netflix Documentary Talent Fund – Closes January 31
Win £20-40,000 to create a new documentary for Netflix’s social channels. No previous experience required.
Milena Jesenská Fellowship – Closes January 31
Spend three months at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna as part of a journalism research fellowship. You’ll get a stipend of €7,500 and a travel grant of up to €1,900.
The Rockefeller Foundation – Expected To Re-Open in January
Four week residency in Italy for projects which address issues that affect poor and vulnerable populations.
Thomson Foundation Journalism Now Scholar – Expected To Re-Open in January
Win an all expenses paid five-week summer course in journalism in London.
Roundhouse The Last Word Film Fund – Expected To Re-Open in January
A £500 production budget plus £1,300 in additional support for 18-25-year-old filmmakers.
Lénaïc Fund for Quality Journalism – Expected To Re-Open in January
A financial bursary of up to € 5,000 and so much more.
European Cross-Border Grants – Expected To Re-Open in January
A total of €175,000 for investigative reporting which works across borders in at least two different countries.
the Goethe-Institute, (Re)-CollectinG Europe Residency – Expected To Re-Open in January
Funded opportunity to spend four weeks travelling the UK covering Brexit.
Transparency and Accountability Initiative Photo Grant – Expected To Re-Open in January
A $8,000 grant to produce at least 30 photographs on a story.
National Geographic Exploration Fund – Expected To Re-Open in January
Between $10-30,000 in funding for work on wildlife, a changing planet or the human journey.
O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism – Expected To Re-Open in January
Offers a $65,000 stipend to research public service journalism at Marquette University.
Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime Resilience Fellowship – Closed January 4
€15,000 funding for fellows, and networking opportunities, to complete a story around extortion and organised crime.
Erasmus Mundus Master’s in Journalism, Media and Globalisation – Closed January 10
Successful applicants will spend one year at Aarhus University in Denmark, then another in either Amsterdam, London or Prague. You’ll be granted a scholarship of up to €49,000 (US$57,570) as well as a monthly subsistence allowance.
Stanford Fellowship for Democracy and Development – Closed January 11
A three-week fellowship at Stanford University in California for anyone working in the field of democracy, development and the rule of law.
CUNY Business Journalism Fellows – Closed January 15
Grants up to $15,000 to cover critical issues within the global economy, finance and business for US publications.
Kim Wall Memorial Fund – Closed January 17
A $5,000 grant for women covering stories on “the undercurrents of rebellion”.
New America National Fellows Program – Closes February 1
This fellowship invites journalists, scholars, filmmakers and policymakers to work on innovative projects regarding current issues. The funding is between $15,000 and $30,000.
Columbia University Obama Foundation Scholars – Closes February 5
For emerging leaders in any given field. Attend the university for a year, with tuition and living costs covered.
Reuters Institute Journalism Fellowship – Closes February 8
A fully funded research fellowship at the University of Oxford for journalists with five years of experience or more.
McGraw Business Journalism Scholarships – Closes February 12
Up to $15,000 to help fund a business story or investigation.
Future News Worldwide 2021 – Closes February 12
Students or recent grads aged 18-25 can apply for this two-day media training programmes, with expenses included.
Metcalf Institute Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists Fellowship – Closes February 14
Funded places, with a travel allowance and stipend to a five day workshop to report on climate change.
Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award – Closes February 16
Win $12,500 plus research privileges and office space with the NYU New York.
BJTC’s Placement Assistance Scheme – Closes February 26
A £200 bursary to help students on BJTC Accredited courses to complete industry placements
The Guardian Scott Trust Bursary – Expected to Re-Open in February
Funding for masters study in journalism, as well as a £6,000 living allowance.
One Young World Just Imagine If… 2020 – Expected to Re-Open in February
For innovative ideas for world changing enterprises. Bespoke research support worth £75,000.
CatchLight Fellowship – Expected to Re-Open in February
A fellowship for visual storytellers and educators worth $30,000.
The Banff Center Literary Journalism Residency – Expected to Re-Open in February
Funded places on the residency to write essays, memoirs, or features, and a travel allowance.
World Press Institute Fellowships – Expected to Re-Open in February
Funded fellowships for experienced journalists to understand how US journalism works. Spend August-October in a variety of US cities.
IWMF Women Deliver Reporting Grants – Expected to Re-Open in February
Between $3-10,000 for reporting of women in developing countries, showing them as the agents of change they are.
Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship – Expected to Re-Open in February
Funding and training for print, broadcast and online women journalists who focus on human rights and social justice.
Joan Shorenstein Fellowship – Closes March 1
Journalists, politicians, scholars or policymakers with at least five years experience will spend a semester working at Harvard to complete a research paper on media/politics. The stipend is $30,000.
The Printing Charity Rising Stars – Closes March 7
Funding of up to £1500 to go towards training or equipment that will help your career progress.
The Orwell Society Journalism Bursary – Expected to Re-Open in March
£3,000 bursary for students on, or about to embark on, an MA or BA programme.
BrightonSEO Training Scholarships – Expected to Re-Open in March
Funding for underrepresented groups to attend training workshops and their annual conference in April.
Roundhouse Creative Self Made Accelerator – Expected to Re-Open in March
A 12-week programme for creatives who run their own business and want to scale it.
Ocean Media Initiative Fellowship – Expected to Re-Open in March
An opportunity to cover the United Nations Ocean Conference in Lisbon, June 2 to 6.
Get into Book Publishing Short Course – Expected to Re-Open in March
Sponsored placements available for a four-day course, learning about the publishing industry.
International Center for Journalism’s European Fellowships – Expected to Re-Open in March
Multiple scholarship programmes available in Berlin, including funded sabbaticals and placements with the European Journalism Observatory.
National Endowment of Democracy Fund – Expected to Re-Open in March
Funding of up to $50,000 for organisations, including independent media outlets, to advance democratic goals. Average grant $50,000.
The Washington Post Stern Fellowship – Expected to Re-Open in March
An opportunity for a British journalist to spend three months writing for The Washington Post
Coda Story’s Bruno Fellowship – Expected to Re-Open in March
A nine-month investigative reporting grant to shed light on disinformation, authoritarian tech and the war on science.
The Bureau Local Untold Stories Fund – Expected to Re-Open in March
£1,000 grants to tell stories in local communities which would otherwise go unheard
Filmmakers Without Borders Grant Programme – Expected to Re Open in March
Between $100-5,000 in funding for filmmakers, covering development, production, post-production and film festival applications.
EU #Youth4Regions Press Trips – Re-Opening On April 5th
Travel and expenses covered for several EU press trips across 2020 for young students or journalists.
First Mile Creative Founders Programme – Postponed until further notice
A year of mentorship and support, along with a £10,000 bursary and hot-desk space, for first-time business owners in the creative industry
Journalism Diversity Fund – Closed April 1
Funding for an NCTJ Accredited Course for those from a socially or ethnically diverse background.
International Fact-Checking Coronavirus Grants – Closed April 1
Grants of up to $50,000 for fact-checkers fighting Coronavirus misinformation.
One World Media Fellowship – Closed April 2
£1,000 grant for journalists and filmmakers who want to report on issues in the global south.
European Development Journalism Grants – Closed April 3
Up to €120,000 for your media outlet to report on global development topics across 12 months.
Literature Wales Writer Commissions – Closed April 15
Funding for Wales-based freelancers to write content.
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Science Fellowship – Closed April 17
A week-long marine fellowship in Massachusetts designed to teach science journalists about oceanography and ocean engineering.
Lyra McKee Investigative Journalism Training Bursary – Postponed until 2021
Funding to attend the CIJ’s Summer Conference for those who couldn’t afford to attend otherwise.
International AIDS Society Fellowship – Closed April 20
The International AIDS Society is paying for 25 journalists to fly over and cover the conference in Cape Town
National Geographic Early Career Grant – Closed April 22
Project funding of $5,000 – $10,000 for early-career journalists
Data Journalism UK – Closed April 23
Bursaries available to support travel and other costs for attendees on low incomes and from under-represented groups.
Print Futures Awards & Scholars – Closed April 26
A grant of up to £1,500 for apprentices, workers or students aged 18-30 to support training in printing or publishing
Google’s Journalism Emergency Relief Fund – Closed April 29
Funding for news organisations who are producing original news for local communities during the Covid-19 crisis
Africa-China Reporting Project – Closed April 30
Wits Journalism are offering reporting grants of up to $1,500 for investigations focused on public health and related issues
Bakala Foundation’s Journey Program – Closed May 4
Scholarships for university students to attend a journalism Bootcamp in Prague between Aug 1 and 11
Field of Vision Documentary Freelancer Relief Fund – Closed May 6
Grants of up to $2000 for freelancers in the documentary field who lost income due to the Coronavirus pandemic
J4T Young Journalists Investigative Grant – Closed May 8
Up to 10,000 Euros to report on the social and humanitarian implications of Covid-19
Digital Commission Opportunities, They Eat Culture -Closed May 8
Commissions for projects from £200 to £1k, for creative responses to changes to home and community during Covid-19
Getty Images Women Photograph – Closed May 15
Grants of up to $10,000 for women and non-binary photographers.
Transatlantic Media Fellowships – Closed May 18
A $3,500 scholarship for UK journalists to travel to the US and report on social policy
MetFilm Story to Action – Closed May 19
A £1000 grant to help you make a film that encourages social change as we come out of the public health crisis.
The Stationers Charity Postgraduate Award– Closed May 22
Up to 12 bursaries of £6,000 for those studying an MA with a view to going into content or communications.
BAFTA UK Scholarship Programme – Closed May 27
Up to £12,000 towards fees for an undergraduate or postgraduate course in film, games or televison
George Viner Memorial Trust – Closed May 31 2019
Funding for black or minority journalists to complete NCTJ training
City University Nick Lewis Scholarship – Closed May 31 2019
This exciting scholarship is for £10,000 from the Nick Lewis Memorial Trust and a fee reduction of £2,000 given by the City’s Journalism department.
John S Knight Fellowships at Stanford – Expected To Reopen in June 2021
Spend 10 months at Stanford addressing the biggest issues facing journalism. About $85,000, plus tuition and healthcare.
Winston Churchill Fellowships – Expected To Reopen in June
A funded four-eight-week trip abroad to inform a practical, society improving project at home.
Widening Media Diversity Scholarships – Expected To Open in June
One scholarship funding for an MA in Journalism at City University for British Muslims, organized by The Penny Appeal. No deadline listed, but get your applications in ASAP.
EFSJ Climate Grant – Closed June 29
Journalists are invited to submit their proposals for reporting projects about climate change to the European Federation for Science Journalism. One to three projects will be funded with a €12,000 grant.
Civitates Independent Journalism Grant – Closed June 30
The summary is vague – it says grants ‘may vary’ – but they are asking for independent journalism organizations to submit proposals for public interest journalism in Europe.
Bitch Media Fellowships for Writers – Closed June 30
Three-month long writing fellowships to develop emerging voices in feminist media. Comes with a $2,000 stipend.
BAFTA UK Scholarship Programme – Closed June 2
Aimed at people at all stages of their career in film, games and television, scholars receive between £5,000 and £12,000 towards annual course fees.
Public Interest News Foundation Emergency Fund – Closed June 2
Grants of up to £3,000 to support independent news publishers in the age of Covid-19
IJ4EU’s Investigation Support scheme – Closed June 15
Grants of €5,000 to €50,000 for investigative projects with a public interest topic of cross-border relevance
Money Trail grants – Closed June 15
Around 50.000 Euros to investigate cross-border illicit financial flows, tax abuse and corruption in Africa, Asia and Europe.
GRAIN Writing Bursaries – Closed June 15
An opportunity for photographers, artists and writers to win £250 to produce something in response to social distancing.
Preserving Democracy & Voting Rights Fellowship – Closed June 22
The Groundtruth Project are looking for story proposals that examine how threats to voter rights are unfolding at the local level, and how people are responding to it. They welcome applications from Black, Hispanic and Native communities.
The Dan Walker Journalism Scholarship – Closed June 24
Receive £10,000 in funding for an MA Broadcast Journalism at Sheffield University plus mentoring from Dan
Journalism Diversity Fund – Closed June 24
Bursaries for people from diverse backgrounds who need help funding their NCTJ journalism training
The Quadrature Scholarship for Investigative Journalism – Closed June 27 2018
£10,000 funding for an MA at City University, plus £2,500 living expenses and a three-month paid placements at the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
The Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Foundation Scholarship – Closed June 1 2019
Fully paid scholarship to study an MA in Financial Journalism at City University
Filmmakers Without Borders – Closed June 1 2019
Support for both novice and independent filmmakers around the globe.
Grow Fellowship – Closed June 16 2019
Funding to attend the Global Investigative Journalism Conference for those working at non-profits.
Aziz Foundation Scholarship – Closed July 1
Master Scholarships for British Muslims interested in improving diversity in media.
Hope Streets Festival Short Film Commission – Closed July 9
Winsford Young Producers have a budget of £1,500-£2,500 to commission a documentary about their community.
McGraw Business Journalism Scholarships – Closed July 10
Up to $15,000 to help fund a business story or investigation.
Substack Fellowship for Independent Writers – Closed July 14
Grants between $25,000 and $100,000 to help writers go independent and succeed with the subscription publishing model.
German-UK Journalists’ Bursary – Closed July 15
Aimed at journalists aged 25 to 38, to undertake expenses-paid work experience in Germany.
McGraw Business Journalism Scholarships – Closes July 16
Up to $15,000 to help fund a business story or investigation.
European Commission Proposal Call – Closed July 22
The EC has a total budget of €2.5 million to fund media orgs and non-profits with proposals for their new project “A European public sphere: a new online media offer for young Europeans.”
The Whickers Radio & Audio Funding Award – Closed July 31
Up to €6,000 (US$7,419) and mentorship to produce a feature-length program with The Whickers.
M100 Young European Journalists Workshop – Closed July 31
Young journalists between 21 and 30 years from Europe can apply for access to a workshop on the future of journalism.
Swansea University Creativity Fellowships – Closed July 30 2019
£10,000 across 12-months for writers and other professional artists to work on a new project.
LEDE Solutions Journalism Fellowship – Closed July 21 2019
A grant of up to $2,500 dollars for journalists or organisations to run projects around solutions journalism.
Underpinned Up & Go Grant – Closed August 31st
A cash grant of up to £500 for one freelancer with the best portfolio, and two £250 ones for runners up.
The Local Trust, Journalist at Large Fellowship – Expected to Re-Open in August
A year-long fellowship collecting and creating compelling local stories, with a £36,000 stipend.
Google Podcasts creator program – Closed August 2
A virtual accelerator program for new podcast creators from underrepresented backgrounds. Also comes with up to $12,000
Spotify Sound Up Program – Closed August 4
There are ten places available on this virtual accelerator for Black and Non-Binary people with a podcast idea.
Global Short Docs Forum 2020 – Closed August 12
One month of masterclasses, workshops and mentoring to take your short doc from conception to commission.
DMU Channel 4 Investigative Journalism Scholarships – Closed August 28
Four fee waivers for the MA in investigative journalism, plus living and work experience assistance available for 3 people.
Breakdown Bolton CIC Film Commission – Closed August 28
Three grants of £300 for films by people living in Greater Manchester who have experiences of mental illness or substance abuse.
Richard Beeston Bursaries 2019 – Closes September 6 2021
A £6,000 grant for an aspiring British or UK-based correspondent to spend six-months abroad. A further scholarship is available for journalists in Israel, Palestine or Lebanon territories to spend six weeks at The Times, also given £6,000.
World Congress of Science and Factual Producers Emerging Producers Bursary Program – Closed September 4
There are 25 scholarships available for producers and content creators working in science, history and nonfiction media, which will cover the registration fee and provide advice for attending, for example.
Postgrad Solutions Bursaries – Closed September 14
£500 bursaries for those studying an MA course.
Journalism.eu Money Trail Grant Programme – Closed September 14
Up to €50,000 to global teams investigating illicit finance.
UNICEF Youth Mediathon – Closed September 15
There are 60 spots available for 16-24-year-olds. The event includes mentoring, workshops and the chance to publish work.
Entrepreneurial Journalism Creators Program – Closed September 15
A limited number of scholarships are available for remote learning at the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism school, to help journalism entrepreneurs develop niche ventures.
IJ4EU Investigation Support Scheme – Closed September 18
Grants between €5,000 to €50,000 are available for media teams to produce cross-border journalistic projects.
PUSH Festival 2021 Artist Film Commissions – Closed September 18
A pretty open call out. You just have to be based in the North West of England and have an idea for one short moving image work. The commission is £1,500.
London Library Membership Birthday Giveaway – Closed September 20
Three memberships are available for unpublished and unagented writers from different age groups. This includes online access to all of the library’s material, so you don’t need to be London-based to take advantage of this.
European Commission’s Media Councils in the digital age – Closed September 21
Funding of €350,000 to be awarded to one team to help them in transitioning their business to digital.
GRAIN Projects Online Artist Exchange – Closed September 25
£500 bursary for photographers based in Birmingham, from Pakistani or Bangladeshi heritage to start a digital exchange.
Nieman Foundation Fellowships – Closed September 25
Virtual fellowships for racial justice and public health journalism projects. $2,000 per week for up to 20 weeks.
European Journalism Covid Support Fund – Closed September 25
In April 2020, the European Journalism Centre awarded €1,530,000 to 94 news organisations and freelancers to fund projects exploring the impact of the global pandemic on communities around them. Their second wave asks for the same.
Stanford University Data Journalism Grants – Closed September 28
Stanford’s Journalism and Democracy Initiative is funding data-driven COVID-19 stories. Grants range from $5,000 (£3,925) to $25,000 (£19,628).
European Commission Media Literacy for All 2020 – Closed September 30
A total of €500,000 to be split between three-five projects to combat disinformation.
Solutions Journalism Network Business & Sustainability Initiative – Closed September 30
A $5,000 grant to cover reporting on issues around businesses and sustainability.
The Delicate Rebellion, The Collective Pay It Forward – Closed September 30
Free membership to their 12 month scheme for independent creatives, including regular workshops.
n-ost Reporters in the Field Grant – Expected to Reopen in September
Up to €8,000 for teams investigating cross border stories in Europe.
Underpinned’s UP&GO Grant – Closed October 31
If you’re a UK journalist, copywriter, poet, or author, upload your portfolio and people can vote for you to win the £500 grant.
Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellowship – Closed October 1
Five-month fellowships based in Washington DC, aimed at teaching democracy.
Getty Scholar Grants – Closed October 1
Generous grants for researchers to pursue their own projects at the Getty Research Institute or Getty Villa in Los Angeles.
Alexia Grant – Closed October 5
Professional and student photography grants available for meaningful visual story proposals. There’s a $20 fee for professional applicants. The winner will receive $20,000 (£1556.85).
Alan R. and Barbara D. Finberg Fellowship – Closed October 9
Open to journalism graduates, fellows will spend a year working in the Human Rights Watch’s office in the US.
Neal Street Screenwriting Bursary – Closed October 9
Over three months, you’ll be guided through the development of an original screenplay. There are five £20,000 grants available for Black, Asian and minority ethnic writers.
Women in Innovation Awards 2020/21 – Closed October 14
This government-funded scheme will award £50,000 to a female founder who has an idea for a year-long project within the ‘agriculture and fisheries sectors’.
Earth Journalism Network Biodiversity Media Grant – Closed October 15
The overall $48,000 fund will be shared among three to five projects which report on biodiversity and conservation issues.
National Geographic Request for Proposals – Closed October 21
Nat Geo is looking for stories about tropical rainforests. Grants vary from $5,000 to $70,000.
International Film Festival Rotterdam Training Programme – Closed October 28
Funding for eight EU journalists under 30 to report on the film festival in January 2021.
Human Rights Watch Alan. R and Barbara. D Fellowship – Expected to Reopen in October
A year-long fellowship in New York or Washington covering human rights investigations. $60,000 dollars for the year.
World Press Photo Visual Solutions Journalism Initiative – Expected to Reopen in October
Up to $5,000 to commission a piece of visual solutions journalism photography.
International Student Travel Video Competition – Expected to Reopen in October
Win up to $4,000 by submitting a video of a trip you’d like to take during your studies.
United Nations Correspondents Association Award – Expected to Reopen in October
Three categories to award the best of print, broadcast and climate change stories. Prizes amount to $60,000.
Hostwriter Collaborative Journalism Prizes – Expected to Reopen in October
Between €1,000-2,000 for collaborative and cross-border stories and pitches.
Iceland Writers Retreat Alumni Award – Expected to Reopen in September
A fully-funded place at the retreat from April 29 to May 3.
Online News Association Women’s Leadership Accelerator – Expected to Reopen in September
A free programme of training, with a number of travel stipends available
World Nomads Travel Photography Scholarship – Expected To Re-Open October 2021
Win a 10-day mentored trip to Mongolia with Richard I’Anson
Kiplinger Programme in Public Affairs Journalist – Expected to Re-Open November 2021
A short term fellowship at Ohio State University to spend a week training on digital tools.
Travel Photographer of the Year – Closed November 2
Lots of options here, including a portfolio and video category. Entry for the Young Travel Photographer of the Year is free.
Membership Puzzle Project Fund – Closed November 6
A total of $400,000 in grants to be split across newsrooms, with a total of $40,000 per proposal for impactful journalism.
National Geographic COVID-19 Emergency Fund – Closed November 15
Support ranging from $1,000–8,000 USD for local coverage of the global pandemic. Demand is high, but applications are still being accepted.
Rest and Refuge Scholarship – Closed November 15
Reporters Without Borders Germany will host three journalists in Berlin, with expenses and living covered, plus a stipend.
LEDE Fellowship – Closed November 27
Organised by the Solutions Journalism Network, this fellowship provides seeding funding of up to $3,500 for a solutions journalism-oriented project in your community.
GEO Magazine Grant – Closed November 27
French-speaking journalists and photojournalists can apply for a €5,000 grant to work on a story that would suit GEO Mag.
Charles Causley Trust Emerging Writer Residency – Closed November 30
Residents will spend two months at Launceston in Cornwall working on creative writing and content for the Trust.
Online News Association Women’s Leadership Accelerator – Closed November 30
This year-long program will be online due to COVID. It aims to develop leadership and management skills of women.
The Seventh Wave Magazine Editorial Residency – Closed November 30
This five-month program will provide a $500 stipend, training and guidance to publish a project related to Rebellious Joy.
Alfa Fellowship Program – Closed December 1
Journalists aged 25-35 can apply for this fellowship in Russia. You will receive travel, free housing, monthly stipends and insurance.
Photography and Social Justice Fellowship – Closed December 1
This remote fellowship with Magnum Foundation, in partnership with CUNY’s Graduate School of Journalism, will provide training and guidance for early-stage photojournalists and documentarians.
International Nieman Fellowships – Closed December 1
A year to work on an innovative journalism project. A full stipend is provided.
Greenberg World Fellows Program – Closed December 2
A funded four-month fellowship at Yale University starting in August 2021. Includes an apartment, medical insurance and travel from your home country.
United Nations Democracy Fund – Closed December 6
Offering project grants between $100-300,000 to civil society organisations, with one focus being media.
The Up & Ho Ho Ho Xmas Stocking Grant – Closed December 11
Underpinned is gifting £500 to one freelancer who is selling their products or services as Christmas presents this year.
Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute Fellowship – Closed December 18
Based in Missouri, you’ll get a $10,000 monthly stipend, plus a one-time housing allowance to work on ‘innovative projects that strengthen journalism’s future.’