Report for America is a national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms to report on under-covered issues and communities.
Report for America has openings to place emerging journalists in newsrooms throughout the country to report on under-covered topics and communities.
Report for America, a nonprofit organization, is placing 250 reporters in the field in June — including 204 new open positions.
The deadline for applications is Jan. 31.
“This represents one of the biggest local journalism hiring surges in memory,” said Norman Parish, the organization’s recruitment director.
There are open positions in TV, radio and print, covering health care, state legislatures, minority communities, the environment and government accountability.
The term is one year with an option for a second year.
Check out the interactive database of newsrooms and beats, and read the FAQs to make sure you’re a good fit for this program.
Click here to read a New York Times article about Report for America.