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Pulitzer Center and Medill Post-Graduate Reporting Fellowship

Put your reporting skills to work right away after graduation through Medill's partnership with the Pulitzer Center on post-graduate reporting fellowships.

Medill partners with the Pulitzer Center to offer grants to select students proposing important immersive journalism projects in the U.S. or abroad.

The Pulitzer Center provides mentorship as you work on an in-depth reporting project on a topic of local, national or global importance, including those that are often overlooked by mainstream media. The Pulitzer Center publishes the stories that are created, and works with you to pitch them to other media outlets.

The grants provided by Medill can be used for reporting, rent, food or other expenses incurred while working on the project.

Your project may be a continuation of work you have already started during your time at Medill or a new project.

Applications for the fellowships are reviewed by a committee of Medill instructors, and the finalists are recommended to the Pulitzer Center, which selects the winning proposals.

For more information, contact Assistant Professor and Director of Global Journalism Learning Ceci Rodgers.

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Mark Dovich (MSJ21)

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Michael Murney (MSJ21)

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