Deadline: April 19, 2019
The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education invites leaders and top managers to apply for the Executive Leadership Track of the Maynard 200 Fellowship Program. Encouraged to apply are those who have served in mid-to upper-level positions, and those seeking roles such as CEO, COO, CFO, president, publisher, vice president, editor-in-chief, managing editor, etc.
The goal of the program is to expand diversity at the top of levels of mainstream news organizations, and to provide professional development for individuals working in ethnic media.
Professionals affiliated with ethnic media outlets, community-based media or smaller mainstream media organizations are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants must be based in the United States or working for an outlet that serves a U.S. audience.
The Leadership track is part of the Maynard Institute’s pilot program to expand the diversity pipeline by training 200 diverse journalists over five years in media entrepreneurship, management and storytelling. The program launched in 2018 with a successful pilot that graduated 26 fellows. The next pilot will graduate at least 15 fellows, no less than five in each track.
First Training Week: June 25-27, 2019 USC Annenberg, Los Angeles, California
Second Training Week: October 17-18, 2019 USC Annenberg, Los Angeles, California
Participants are required to attend both weeks of training. The generosity of our funders allows us to cover travel and housing for this program. Tuition is waived.
The deadline to submit applications is Friday, April 19, 2019 at 5 p.m. PT via the application form: https://podio.com/webforms/22614123/1597110
We seek participants who are flexible, constructive and willing to help us improve this approach to shared learning and community building, and with the vision of sparking a diversity movement in journalism.
Please fill out the application form to apply and for any questions contact: Odette Alcazaren-Keeley – Director, Maynard 200: email@example.com
The 2019 Maynard 200 program is supported by the News Integrity Initiative, Google News Initiative, the Craig Newmark Philanthropies and USC Annenberg.
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