Laurence Stern Fellowship at the Washington Post
Laurence Stern, right, was a highly respected editor at the Washington Post. He died in 1979. He had a fascination with all things English. This internship was set up in his honor by friends in the Washington and international journalism communities. The money was originally managed by the Washington Journalism Center on behalf of the Stern Fellowship. In 1993 the Washington Journalism Center became a part of the National Press Foundation, which assumed the fund management. Each year the Washington Post selects a British journalist who works in Washington during the summer.
For further information, see the fellowship listing on City University’s website or contact the Executive Editor’s office at The Washington Post (202-344-6000).