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John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships
450 Serra Mall
Building 120, Room 422
Stanford, CA 94305-2050
Each year, up to 20 journalists from all over the world come together as JSK Fellows for 10 months of learning, collaborating, creating and fun.They enthusiastically include families in fellowship life.
To help fellows get the most out of their year, they provide several financial benefits, including a stipend of $65,000. In addition to the stipend, they provide fellows with additional funds designed to help with specific costs, such as housing, health insurance, child care and expenses related to work on their journalism challenges. (The amounts of these supplemental funds a fellow receives are based in part on family size and range from $13,000 to more than $50,000.)
Other benefits of a JSK Fellowship:
U.S. applicants for a JSK Fellowship ideally have at least seven years of full-time professional experience; international applicants ideally have at least five years. But they also consider less experienced applicants with outstanding achievements.
No college degree is required.
They consider applicants who fall into one or more of these categories:
Go to the link given https://jsk.fluidreview.com/ and then click on the Sign up button.
When you are ready to apply, sign up for a FluidReview account using the "Sign up" button. Once your account is activated, log in on this page, and click the "Get Started" button to begin the application process. Once you’ve registered, you’ll get an email confirmation.
When registering for your FluidReview account, please use only your first and last name; no middle names or initials. It's a quirk of the system and will make it easier for us to find you! If you have more than one first name, such as Mary Beth, please combine them into one word, like this: MaryBeth. Leave a space between your first and last name. Later, on the first page of the application, you can fill out your first, middle and last name.
Their program is focused on journalism innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership. They select JSK Fellows who are passionate about finding ways to address challenges facing journalism and journalists. To that end, they ask applicants to identify a challenge they want to pursue and tell us a little bit about it. Those who are selected for a fellowship spend a significant portion of their time here working on that challenge.
But that’s just one aspect of the fellowship experience. Fellows have the opportunity to draw on the richness of knowledge and expertise at Stanford and Silicon Valley. They sit in on classes, attend events on campus, connect with experts in the university’s many research institutes and explore many avenues for connecting with innovative thinkers and doers in Silicon Valley. JSK support otheir fellows’ work in numerous ways — through coaching and skills workshops, seminar discussions with thought-leaders in technology, creativity, innovation and journalism. The most valuable asset they offer JSK Fellows, though, is other fellows. They collaborate with and learn from each other. They get advice and find mentors among former JSK Fellows. In addition to the regularly scheduled events we organize for the group, fellows seek out and organize additional shared professional and social activities.
JSK Fellows have a lot of freedom to decide how to spend their time and energy, but we do have a few expectations. Once selected, fellows must agree to:
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