Eight jobs to use for in November (worldwide)

With the end of 2022 fast approaching, you may feel like you don’t have time to achieve the goals you set at the beginning of the year. Don’t worry: the last two months of the year are more than enough to achieve one last professional goal. Check out these grants, webinars and competitions with deadlines in November and open to journalists around the world.

Environmental crime reporting grants

Closing date: Friday 4th November

Investigative journalists are invited to apply for a fellowship to investigate environmental crime in developing countries. GRID-Arendal offers six grants for investigative projects on issues such as the illegal wildlife trade, plastic waste crime and more.

Grants for Young Publishers

Closing date: Tuesday, November 15th

ACES: The Society for Editing is accepting applications for the Bill Walsh Scholarship, which recognizes students who demonstrate excellence in news editing, and the ACES Education Fund Scholarship, which rewards students who excel in critical reflection of written materials . First, second or third year students are welcome to apply for these two scholarships.

[Recevez une fois par semaine nos opportunités : emplois, formations, financements…]

Internship in environmental journalism

Closing date: Friday, November 18th

Emerging journalists with a passion for environmental issues are invited to apply to Mongabay’s partially-paid environmental journalism internship program. The interns write six topical articles on a variety of conservation and environmental issues over a period of six months.

Grants for Photography

Closing date: Friday, November 18th

The Aftermath Project awards a $25,000 grant to photographers who tell stories of conflict and show how shattered lives and homes can be rebuilt, civil societies restored, and the lingering wounds of war healed. This year’s scholarship focuses on the American aftermath of 1492/1619. Photographers from underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply.

Accompanying program on global issues

Closing date: Sunday, November 20th

Journalists covering politics or government issues are invited to apply for the 2023 Kiplinger Fellowship, established by the Kiplinger Public Affairs Journalism Program at Ohio University. Winners will receive comprehensive six-day training from experts in political speech reporting and more.

Ukrainian media webinar

Closing date: Wednesday, November 23rd

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University is hosting a free webinar on how Ukraine’s largest newsroom stayed afloat during the war. English speaking journalists are invited to register for this event.

New media competition

Closing date: Friday, November 25th

Students, bloggers, artists and writers are invited to submit their innovative stories to the New Media Writing Prize, created by Bournemouth University’s Media School. It can be a short story, novel, poem, narrative play, documentary, or transmedia work that uses words, images, film, or interactive animation. Winners receive cash prizes.

photo contest

Closing date: Wednesday, November 30th

The World Photography Organization is accepting entries for its annual Sony World Photography Awards competition. Professional, amateur and young photographers are invited to submit their work to win financial prizes and more.

Photo by Kenny Eliason on Unsplash.

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