July 11, 2019
All NPF training is produced free-of-charge to journalists and their media organizations. Everything is on-the-record.
From tariffs to technology, journalists will learn the latest developments in food and agriculture during this four-day program. Topics include gene editing and GMOs, high-tech agriculture, implementation of the 2018 farm bill, food waste and hunger, organic farming practices and more.
From September to June, this one-day-a-month fellowship will give journalists an intensive – and lively – overview of reporting in the capital. Fellows will visit institutions such as the Pentagon, the Supreme Court, the Fed and the Capitol. They’ll discuss politics and policy with regulators, lawmakers, experts and the best reporters in the business. And they’ll learn about the latest data and multimedia tools.
Each year, the National Press Foundation offers two all-expenses-paid fellowships for the annual Wharton Seminars for Business Journalists at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. The fellowship includes full tuition, housing, most meals and round-trip transportation. Deadline to apply is August 23.
Regional Reporting Association is hosting a 30th-anniversary event on August 1 at the National Press Club. The event includes a panel on the future of reporting. Register here.
The National Institute of Health Care Management is accepting letters of inquiry for grants for health care reporting and projects. Deadline to apply is July 15. Apply here.
The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Journalists in Aging Fellows Program is accepting applications for a training conference on the science of aging. Deadline is July 19. Apply here.
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