Application Deadline: March 22nd 2015
Foreign Policy Interrupted’s Fellowship program is targeted to diversifying voices and opinions in the foreign policy space. The program has two core components:
- An educational module that includes media training, a guide to understanding the media, and brand building
- A non-resident “externship” with a major media outlet. Fellows will work with a given outlet and editor to better understand the inner workings of a news organization; and to develop the fellow’s portfolio and voice around her expertise
The educational module runs for six weeks online, for one-hour each week.
At the conclusion of the module, fellows will be matched with an editor and/or producer with whom she’ll work to develop her expertise for print and/or on-camera appearances. This “externship” will run at minimum for one month up to three months
- FPI’s Fellows Program is open to women 25 and older with a clear commitment and passion for foreign policy and international affairs.
- The program is open to academics, entrepreneurs, journalists, students, and business professionals.
- The program is open to both US citizens and non-US citizens, fluent in English.
- Applicants must be available for six weeks starting in June, for an hour each week.
- A commitment to foreign policy is not an interest or hobby, but demonstrated engagement in foreign policy matters and/or a foreign policy matter.
- Demonstrated engagement is work in the field.
- Applicants for an FPI Fellowship ideally have at least three years of full-time professional experience.
- For interruptors on an academic track, applicants must have completed their master’s degree.
Submit the following application materials to [email protected] no later than Sunday, March 22, 2015:
– CV, citing presence on social media, if applicable (#2015)
– Two writing samples
– A video clip, no more than a minute, of you commenting on your expertise. Videos shot on mobile devices are fine.
– In no more than 1000 words, please write a piece on your area of foreign policy expertise
– In no more than 1000 words, tell us how an FPI fellowship fits into your career path
– List two people who can speak about your qualifications and provide their contact information
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