Applying for a JSK FellowshipApplications for 2017-18 fellowships are no longer being accepted.
The deadline for applying was December 1, 2016, 11:59 PM (US/Pacific).
Before you begin filling out our online application, please be sure you understand what we are looking for and what being a JSK Fellow entails by reading all of the information on the Become a Fellow page of our website, as well as Who Can be a Fellow, Being a Fellow and Benefits of a Fellowship. It is important that you do this first.
Once you are ready to apply, sign up for a FluidReview account. Please use only your first and last name when signing up » no middle name or initials. You’ll get an email confirmation that your account has been activated. Then, you can log in and click the "Get Started" button to begin the application process.
Any questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s an overview of what we’ll ask you to provide in your application:
Some basic information about yourself, your professional experience and a few examples of your work.
A journalistic autobiography: In 2,000 words or less tell us about how and why you became a journalist. What life experiences have contributed to your work? What values shape your journalism? What are your passions and interests outside of journalism?
Recommendation letters: Three letters from people who know you and your work and can address your ability to pursue your fellowship proposal. You’ll provide their contact information in your online application and they will submit the letters directly to our system.
What you’d like to focus on during a fellowship: Your focus must be within one of the five topic areas we’ve identified. (The topic areas and examples are outlined on the Become a Fellow page of our website). In this part of the application, we’ll ask you a few questions about what you want to focus on and why.