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We know building experience is crucial, and we’re here to help.

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The Media and Journalism Fellowship program is for aspiring and entrepreneurial journalists and storytellers. Our program offers media and creative professionals the opportunity to refine their skills and accelerate their careers while learning about the crucial role of free speech and a free press in our society. The year-long fellowship starts its next session in June 2019.

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What's in it for me?

A full-time job

Hone your skills as a media or creative professional through a new or existing opportunity with a media company, publication, or non-profit organization. Salary is commensurate with work experience and educational background.

Robust curriculum

Engage with faculty and other participants to understand the role you play in supporting free speech and a free press through interactive online programming and elective classes.

Professional networking

Build a cross-country network of individuals through weekly classes and networking summits. After the program, you’ll join a network of over 3,000 educational program alumni, including our alumni who have been featured in Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list of future leaders!

Mentorship and presentations from industry experts

Learn from seasoned industry leaders such as Jamie McIntyre (Washington Examiner), Dan Lothian (NBC and CNN), Deirdre Hughes (CNN and Yahoo Tech), Tim McCaughan (CNN), Kelly McBride (The Poynter Institute), Rob Wallace (ABC and CBS), and others at in-person summits and in weekly working groups.

I had the opportunity to work with a uniquely interesting and talented set of peers through the Media and Journalism Fellowship (MJF)… I regularly see comedy videos, well-reported stories, television appearances, op-eds and even thoughtful podcasts produced by fellows from my MJF class. It’s very inspiring to see all of the ways that MJF fellows are contributing to a better public dialogue.

Erin Clark, 2017 – 2018 fellow with RealClear

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Participating Organizations

The Charles Koch Institute collaborates with other 501 (c)(3) non-profit organizations that vary from small, public policy organizations to large think tanks.

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