Journalists and journalism students can apply for a grant.
The Marguerite Casey Foundation Fellowship Program on Poverty aims to increase the public?s and policymakers? understanding of poverty through journalism.
Fellows and scholars selected will write at least one in-depth story or a short series from the point of view of families living in poverty and illustrate how language, culture and race influence public attitudes and policy about poor people.
The 2013 journalism fellowship is open to print, electronic and new media journalists with a minimum of three years of professional experience. Each fellow will receive a stipend of US$4,000 and up to US$1,000 for travel expenses.
Applicants must submit a resume, project description, work samples, recommendation letters and a publication agreement with a newsroom. Apply by May 24.
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