RJI fellowship applications now being accepted
The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute is looking for its next class of fellows (individuals or news outlets) to partner with on innovative projects that strengthen democracy through better journalism.
Successful projects often include devising new strategies to take advantage of an opportunity or solve a problem, building new tools for news organizations, transforming an idea into a market-tested prototype or advancing a prototype so it's ready for investment or a full product launch. Whatever the idea, its benefits should extend to other news organizations and the people who depend on them.
RJI has three different types of fellowships – residential, nonresidential and institutional, which each come with a stipend. Applications are due by Jan. 31.