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Published On:26 December 2012
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

Boost your journalism career with the 2013 Google Journalism Fellowship

If you’re a student journalist looking to harness the power of technology to tell stories in new and dynamic ways, then the first ever Google Journalism Fellowship could help make the summer of 2013 one to remember.

We recognize the value that quality journalism plays in a functioning society and would like to help the next generation of reporters gain valuable skills and experience on the path to creating great content.

This 10-week program will give eight students the opportunity to contribute to a variety of organizations—from those that are steeped in investigative journalism to those working for press freedom around the world and to those that are helping the industry figure out its future in the digital age. Throughout, fellows will gain skills and contacts to help them as they move forward with their careers.

This program will be of particular interest to students studying data journalism, online freedom of expression or new business models for the industry.

Our partners in the first Google Journalism Fellowship are:

Center for Investigative Reporting
Committee to Protect Journalists
Investigative Reporters & Editors
Knight Foundation
Nieman Journalism Lab
Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism
Poynter
ProPublica

For more information, visit our Website and apply. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2013.

(Courtesy: Google Official Blog)

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