NAM Fellowship Program - Deadline May 20th!
Posted on:May 7, 2013
May 20, 2013
2013 NAM Fellowship Program on Energy and the Environment for Northern California Ethnic Media (a collaboration with SoundVision Productions' Burn: An Energy Journal)
DEADLINE: May 20, 2013
The fellowship will support ethnic media and community media journalists based in Northern California to research and write at least one in-depth, reported story on energy or energy policy issues (e.g. the state's resource challenge; the role of energy efficiency and renewable energy; the water and energy nexus; the household economics of energy use). The story, or series, will be published or broadcast in the fellows' respective media outlets, and selected stories will be published on NAM's and SoundVision Productions' websites. Fellows will receive a $2000 stipend at the completion of the fellowship program.
In addition, Fellows will participate in a mandatory two-day tour of renewable energy sites in California from June 13-14, 2013, where they will get rare access to large-scale solar, wind and hydroelectric facilities to see how they operate and how they fit into California's energy landscape.
For more information, contact Ngoc Nguyen, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-503-4170 x 105
Click here to download an application (This link will automatically download a copy of the application to your desktop).
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