Programs & Resources


Our free, all-expenses-paid programs help journalists understand the complex issues they cover. The programs are balanced and non-partisan, with on-the-record speakers including expert journalists, authorities and policymakers. Programs for international journalists are presented under the Journalist-to-Journalist banner, and offer enhanced opportunities in other countries to grapple with journalism practices and discuss issues. After each program, the audio and PowerPoint presentations, handouts, photos, videos or other resources are posted on our website. You’ll find them, along with applications for current programs, at the links below.

Upcoming Programs

Financial Literacy: What Do Young People Know?
Date: Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Location: Webinar

In this free webinar for journalists, we’ll glean information, ideas and resources from two experts.

Lung Health Media Training Barcelona, Spain 2014
Date: October 27 - November 1, 2014
Location: Barcelona, Spain

The Journalist to Journalist Lung Health Media Training is an all-expenses-paid, six day fellowship for international health journalists of the National Press Foundation and the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. This 6th annual program is a three-day intensive training followed by full access to the 45th Union World Conference on Lung Health—the premier international gathering of lung health researchers and others.

China Now: Entrepreneurship and More 2014
Date: November 13 - 22, 2014
Location: Shanghai, China

The National Press Foundation and Fudan University are collaborating to offer a 10-day, all-expenses-paid fellowship for U.S. journalists in Shanghai, China.

Cancer Issues 2014
Date: December 7-10, 2014 | Washington, DC

All-expenses-paid fellowships including travel, lodging and most meals for a four-day immersion in the latest research and policy thinking around cancer issues.

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Application Deadline: October 14, 2014

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Programs for international journalists. Free, all-expenses paid. Rewarding discussions with world-renowned experts on scientific, health and other subjects. Practical journalism training. Mentors. Social media follow up.

What Journalists are Saying

The Cancer Issues program is an outstanding opportunity to meet talented journalists and tap into a wealth of resources on cancer topics.

Rachel Cook, 2012 Cancer Issues Fellow
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