The Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium and Outreach team seeks a part-time intern to help strengthen our university network and community programming. This semester-long internship is a terrific opportunity to expand your horizons across the worlds of journalism and education. The internship also offers the opportunity to increase personal knowledge of global issues, including those related to the environment, public health, refugees and migration, and other critical topics of our time.

This is a part-time internship with a time commitment of 10-20 hours per week. We are able to accommodate student schedules. Part-time interns receive $15.81 per hour.

Please note that due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Pulitzer Center is currently working remotely.

For more information about the Pulitzer Center, visit pulitzercenter.org and our education page.

If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact outreach[at]pulitzercenter.org.

The Pulitzer Center Campus Consortium team seeks a part-time intern who will help us grow the reach and efficacy of our work. This is a great opportunity for a person to work with a strong team, develop editorial, multimedia, and graphic design skills—and to increase their knowledge of global issues, including those related to climate change, refugees and migration, and public health. The intern will work closely with our Reporting Fellow program.

This is a part-time internship with a time commitment of 10-20 hours per week. We are able to accommodate student schedules. Part-time interns receive $15.81 per hour.

Please note that due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Pulitzer Center is currently working remotely.

For more information about the Pulitzer Center, visit pulitzercenter.org and our education page.

If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact reportingfellows[at]pulitzercenter.org.

The Pulitzer Center is joining Indigenous Photograph for an open photo call for Indigenous photojournalists and their experiences with climate change.

We are looking for photographers who are using photography as a storytelling tool related to climate issues with a specific focus on journalistic and documentary photography.

The Pulitzer Center raises awareness of underreported global issues through direct support for quality journalism across all media platforms and a unique program of education and public outreach.

Indigenous Photograph is a space to elevate the work of Indigenous visual journalists and bring balance to the way we tell stories about Indigenous people and spaces. 

Applicants could be considered for future Pulitzer Center grants and projects.

Applications must be received in English. There is no application fee.

Deadline
The deadline for applications is February 25th, 5:00pm (Eastern Time).

About Indigenous Photograph
Indigenous Photograph is a space to elevate the work of Indigenous visual journalists and bring balance to the way we tell stories about Indigenous people and spaces. Our mission is to support the media industry in hiring more Indigenous photographers to tell the stories of their communities and to reflect on how we tell these stories. 

Their global electronic database is available to photo editors, creative directors, and those who routinely hire photographers. It includes detailed information regarding geographical areas of expertise, languages spoken, and contact information. Contact Indigenous Photograph for more info. 


About the Pulitzer Center
The Pulitzer Center, founded in 2006 and based in Washington, DC, has become a major source of support for enterprise reporting on global issues — and an innovative leader in working with schools and universities to bring those issues into classrooms everywhere.
The Center now supports over 150 reporting projects a year. Its work with the Associated Press covering the war in Yemen won a Pulitzer Prize for international reporting. The Center's projects have been among the winners each of the past three years at the RFK Awards and the Overseas Press Club; the Center itself has been recognized for best online reporting by the National Press Foundation, the National Press Club, and the Society of Professional Journalists.

For help with Submittable issues, email contact@pulitzercenter.org.

Deadline is rolling.  Within a week of your submission, you should receive a confirmation of receipt.  

Prazo contínuo. Em até uma semana após o envio de sua proposta, você receberá uma confirmação de recebimento. 

No hay un fin de plazo. Dentro de una semana de su solicitación, recibirá una confirmación de recibo.
 

Questions? / Questões? / ¿Preguntas?: Contact: amazon.rjf@pulitzercenter.org


COVID-19 ADVISORY: Given the severe travel restrictions in place, please hold off on submitting proposals unless you have a high degree of confidence that the project field work can be completed relatively soon and without risking your safety and the safety of others.

Many governments are advising Indigenous or other isolated communities about the particular risk that the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) poses to them. In line with efforts to protect the health of these communities and given the risk that visitors may pose, we will not be accepting proposals for projects that involve travel to Indigenous, traditional, or isolated communities until the the crisis ends. We will announce when these proposals may resume and encourage you to contact amazon.rjf@pulitzercenter.org with any questions.

Deadline is rolling.  Within a week of your submission, you should receive a confirmation of receipt. Questions? Contact: sea.rjf@pulitzercenter.org

Deadline sedang berjalan. Anda bisa mendapatkan konfirmasi untuk submisi yang dimasukkan dalam jangka waktu seminggu.  

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COVID-19 ADVISORY: Given the severe travel restrictions in place, please hold off on submitting proposals unless you have a high degree of confidence that the project field work can be completed relatively soon and without risking your safety and the safety of others.

Many governments are advising Indigenous or other isolated communities about the particular risk that the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) poses to them. In line with efforts to protect the health of these communities and given the risk that visitors may pose, we will not be accepting proposals for projects that involve travel to Indigenous, traditional, or isolated communities until the the crisis ends. We will announce when these proposals may resume and encourage you to contact sea.rjf@pulitzercenter.org with any questions.

The deadline is November 30th at 11:59 PM (Jakarta/Manila/GMT +7).  Within a week of your submission, you should receive a confirmation of receipt. Questions? Contact: sea.rjf@pulitzercenter.org

Hạn chót là ngày 30 tháng 11 lúc (Jakarta/Manila/GMT +7). Trong vòng một tuần kể từ ngày nộp đơn tham gia, bạn sẽ nhận được thư xác nhận đã nộp đơn. Các câu hỏi? Liên hệ: sea.rjf@pulitzercenter.org  

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COVID-19 ADVISORY: Given the severe travel restrictions in place, please hold off on submitting proposals unless you have a high degree of confidence that the project field work can be completed relatively soon and without risking your safety and the safety of others.
Many governments are advising Indigenous or other isolated communities about the particular risk that the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) poses to them. In line with efforts to protect the health of these communities and given the risk that visitors may pose, we will not be accepting proposals for projects that involve travel to Indigenous, traditional, or isolated communities until the crisis ends. We will announce when these proposals may resume and encourage you to contact sea.rjf@pulitzercenter.org with any questions.

TƯ VẤN COVID-19: Do các hạn chế nghiêm ngặt về di chuyển ở từng khu vực, hãy tạm hoãn nộp các đề xuất dự án cho đến khi bạn chắc chắn có thể sớm hoàn thành thực địa và không mạo hiểm sự an toàn của bạn và những người khác. Nhiều chính phủ tư vấn một số nguy cơ đặc thù mà virus corona (COVID-19) đe dọa các cộng đồng biệt lập hoặc cộng đồng tộc người thiểu số. Nhằm thực hiện những nỗ lực bảo vệ sức khỏe của các cộng đồng này cũng như hạn chế lo ngại về nguy cơ mà khách bên ngoài có thể mang đến, chúng tôi sẽ không nhận các đề xuất từ những dự án liên quan đến việc di chuyển đến các cộng đồng biệt lập, truyền thống, và bản địa cho đến khi đại dịch kết thúc. Chúng tôi sẽ thông báo khi nào các đề xuất như vậy có thể nộp và khuyến khích bạn liên hệ với sea.rjf@pulitzercenter.org nếu có bất kỳ câu hỏi nào.

The deadline is November 30th at 11:59 PM (Jakarta/Manila/GMT +7).  Within a week of your submission, you should receive a confirmation of receipt. Questions? Contact: sea.rjf@pulitzercenter.org


Batas waktu tanggal 30 November pukul 23.59 WIB. Anda bisa mendapatkan konfirmasi untuk submisi yang dimasukkan dalam jangka waktu seminggu.  


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COVID-19 ADVISORY: Given the severe travel restrictions in place, please hold off on submitting proposals unless you have a high degree of confidence that the project field work can be completed relatively soon and without risking your safety and the safety of others.
Many governments are advising Indigenous or other isolated communities about the particular risk that the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) poses to them. In line with efforts to protect the health of these communities and given the risk that visitors may pose, we will not be accepting proposals for projects that involve travel to Indigenous, traditional, or isolated communities until the crisis ends. We will announce when these proposals may resume and encourage you to contact sea.rjf@pulitzercenter.org with any questions.

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