Deadline Extended: 1pm PT on Tuesday, June 5th

We are excited to announce that the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education is seeking applications from journalism leaders, journalism entrepreneurs and storytellers nationwide for its pilot Maynard 200 Fellowship. Maynard 200 aims to expand the diversity pipeline in media by training 200 diverse journalists in the next five years. It is supported by […]

Work for The Trust Project

Are you passionate about democracy and journalism’s role in keeping it vibrant? The Trust Project, an international network of news organizations implementing transparency standards to build a more trustworthy and trusted press, seeks a program administrator to support the senior director across several dimensions. These include events and workshops, program budget and contracts, expense reporting, […]

Editor-in-Chief, The Chicago Reporter

The Chicago Reporter, an independent award-winning investigative news outlet, seeks a visionary editor-in-chief with proven hands-on editing skills to lead our newsroom in producing impactful journalism on race and poverty. The Reporter is a one-of-a-kind nonprofit media organization with a 45-year legacy of combining data analysis and narrative storytelling to shed light on racial inequities […]

New Staff

The Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education is pleased to announce that Odette Alcazaren-Keeley will serve as the director of the Maynard 200 pilot program. Alcazaren-Keeley has a long history of coordinating fellowships during her tenure with New America. Her connections to the ethnic news sector will be important as the institute seeks to […]

The Maynard Institute’s board of directors unanimously approved Phase II of its strategic plan at a meeting on Jan. 30, 2018

Background Over the past 10 months, the institute doubled down on initial strategic work that concluded toward the end of 2016. This work built on the Human Centered Design planning underwritten by the Knight Foundation. This second phase was underwritten by a Democracy Fund grant that enabled the institute to convene another committee that looked […]

Mother Jones Ben Bagdikian Fellowship Program

Mother Jones is currently accepting applications for its prestigious Ben Bagdikian Fellowship Program, located in San Francisco and Washington, DC. The editorial and online editorial fellowship positions are full-time opportunities, starting in June and lasting six months, with the possibility of an additional six-month extension. Tracking the connections between Russia and the Trump administration. Sifting […]

Deputy Editor at CALmatters

CALmatters is creating a new deputy editor position for a seasoned, multimedia journalist with experience reporting/editing government policy and politics stories. The ideal candidate will have excellent writing and analytical skills; work well with a variety of reporters and issues; and have a track record of bringing in-depth stories to life on the web through […]

New Funding

The New Venture Fund awarded the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education $200,000 to support the Maynard 200 pilot, focusing particularly on entrepreneurs and leaders. The fund works to achieve a healthier, more equitable world and supports innovative and effective public interest projects. The institute was awarded $100,000 by the News Integrity Initiative at […]

North America Research Associate/Tech Reporter

Reports to: North America Program Coordinator Location: New York preferred Start date: Immediate Salary: $55,000 About CPJ: Founded in 1981, the Committee to Protect Journalists is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to defending journalists worldwide. The Committee to Protect Journalists is broken up into six regional programs, which form the basis of its research and […]

API Publishes “Focused Listening” Collection

On January 30th, the American Press Institute published a special essay collection on reaching new audiences by listening. With the help of Ashley Kang, director of Syracuse University’s South Side Community Newspaper Project The Stand, we spent time late last year finding examples of newsrooms who were able to reach out to communities that may […]