International Applicants: 11:59 P.M., December 1, 2013, Pacific Standard Time
U.S. Applicants: 11:59 P.M., January 15, 2014, Pacific Standard Time
Are you a journalist who has an innovative idea to help build a new future for journalism?
Would you like to spend 10 months experimenting, testing and creating your idea, leveraging the many resources of Stanford University and Silicon Valley — and get paid to do so?
Are you a journalist or journalism entrepreneur who wants to gain new skills and broaden your perspectives while collaborating with a group of 20 top-notch journalists from around the world?
The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford foster journalistic innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership. Each year, Stanford university gives twenty outstanding individuals from around the world the resources to pursue and test their ideas for improving the quality of news and information reaching the public.
A Knight Fellowship is invigorating and productive – for fellows and for journalism. Each year, 20-plus journalists from all over the world come together for 10 months of learning, collaborating, creating and fun. They are among the most adventurous, optimistic and motivated people working in journalism today. They have a unique opportunity to draw on the richness of knowledge and experience at Stanford University and in Silicon Valley. For more information on how fellows spend their year, visit the Life of a Fellow section. To help fellows get the most out of their year, we provide several financial benefits:
Stipend: $65,000 (paid in 10 monthly installments, September through June)
Tuition: We pay this directly to Stanford for you.
Books, research and equipment allowance: $4,000 (may be used for laptops, digital cameras, recorders, software, books, research fees or payments, web design, fees for non-Stanford courses and workshops and travel expenses related to the fellow’s innovation proposal.)
Housing supplement (total for the year):
- $3,000 to single fellows, married fellows and those with domestic partners who are not bringing children.
- $10,000 for fellows with one child
- $13,000 for fellows with two or more children
U.S. applicants for a Knight Fellowship ideally have at least seven years of full-time professional experience, international applicants ideally have at least five years. But we also consider less experienced applicants with outstanding achievements. No college degree is required.
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