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Watch Maynard 200 Program Director, Odette Alcazaren-Keeley and alumni guest speakers for a special FAQs webinar to learn more about the fellowship program.
Maynard 200 is the cornerstone professional development program advancing the Maynard Institute’s mission to expand the diversity pipeline in news media and dismantle structural racism in its newsrooms.
Since 2018, the Maynard Institute has trained over 90 media leaders, storytellers, and entrepreneurs seeking to advance their media career and bolster their leadership power. Fellows receive tuition-free trainings by executive-level faculty and experts across relevant disciplines, as well as 1:1 mentorship for a year. In 2022, we’re expanding to include a new fourth track for frontline editors and managers.
Get key information about this year’s program and insights to make your application competitive. Hear directly from alumni about their fellowship experience, which they consider transformative in their media careers and entrepreneurial ventures.
This webinar was designed for investigative reporters, executive leaders, media entrepreneurs, and frontline editors and managers, who are interested in Maynard 200.
The webinar covered:
- Program eligibility requirements
- Tips for a successful application
- Curriculum and 1:1 mentorship benefits
- Networking opportunities and more!
The deadline to apply for Maynard 200 is March 21st. Space is limited.
Watch the webinar recording (Passcode: 81%PueT1) to learn more about applying for the Maynard Institutes flagship program, and what it means to be a part of the Maynard family!
Gary Estwick, Tennessee Regional Editor at Gannett | USA TODAY Network Maynard 200 Fellow, Class of 2021
Helene Biandudi-Hofer, award-winning journalist and producer Maynard 200 Fellow, Class of 2019
Stephanie Casanova, news reporter at The Chicago Tribune Maynard 200 Fellow, Class of 2021
Read more about the Maynard 200 Fellowship program. Maynard 200 has been a tuition-free fellowship program through the support of our individual donors and grantmaking funders such as Google News Initiative, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, The Hearthland Foundation and The McClatchy Foundation. The Fox Corporation is also a confirmed sponsor for the 2022 program.