Applications due April 17
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is partnering with the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and Indian Country Today (ICT) to support an outstanding NAJA member to pursue a master’s degree in the 2022-2023 school year and produce content for the national ICT audience.
What master’s programs can you pursue?
The Cronkite/ICT fellow can select any of the three Cronkite master’s degrees offered on Arizona State University’s downtown Phoenix campus:
- Master of Arts in Investigative Journalism
- Master of Arts in Sports Journalism
- Master of Mass Communication (for students interested in journalism and/or strategic communications)
What’s included in the program?
Included in the Cronkite/ICT/NAJA fellowship:
- 15 hour-per-week internship with Indian Country Today for the academic year (August to May)
- Free tuition for all three semesters of the Cronkite master’s program
- $19,172 in salary for the academic year (paid biweekly August to May)
- Health insurance
At Indian Country Today, this fellow will work alongside Indigenous journalists from a range of experiences. The fellow will have opportunities to produce stories for and about the Indigenous world for ICT digital and/or broadcast audiences.
To be eligible, applicants must:
- Be a NAJA member
- Have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a regionally accredited institution prior to the fall semester
- Apply for and be accepted to a Cronkite School master’s degree program to begin in the Fall 2022 semester
- Commit to working 15 hours per week for Indian Country Today
How to apply:
To be considered for this opportunity, please complete this form by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, April 17. For more information or to discuss this opportunity, please email Aric Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org).