Connect with us
Open to print and online journalists with less than 10 years of experience, the program offers full-time fellowships for up to $75,000.

archive

2010 Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program Now Accepting Applicants

Open to print and online journalists with less than 10 years of experience, the program offers full-time fellowships for up to $75,000.

The Phillips Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2010 Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program (The Phillips Foundation recently named its Journalism Fellowship Program in honor of Robert Novak, the legendary journalist and founding trustee of the Foundation who provided the inspiration for the program.) 

Open to print and online journalists with less than 10 years of experience, the program offers full-time fellowships of $75,000 and $50,000 and part-time fellowships of $25,000.  Fellowship recipients complete a one-year project of the their choosing, focusing on journalism supportive of American culture and a free society. Separate fellowships exist on the environment, on the benefits of free-market competition, and on law enforcement.

During the fellowship, journalism projects are delivered in four quarterly installments with the potential to be published either sequentially in a periodical or all together as a book. For a list of all 85 fellowship winners and their projects since inception of the program in 1994, visit www.thephillipsfoundation.org/fellowship_profiles.

Interested parties must be United States citizens and have applications postmarked no later than February 22, 2010. Winners will be announced at a National Press Club awards dinner in Washington DC. The starting date for the fellowships is September 1, 2010.  

For an application, visit www.thephillipsfoundation.org, or contact:  The Phillips Foundation, 1 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 620, Washington, DC 20001, Attention: John Farley. Phone:  202-250-3887, ext. 609. E-mail:  jfarley@thephillipsfoundation.org.

Newsletter Signup.

Sign up to the Human Events newsletter

Written By

HUMAN EVENTS is the news source President Reagan called his "favorite newspaper" and we still hold high the Reaganesque principles of free enterprise, limited government and, above all, a staunch, unwavering defense of American freedom. You can also follow Human Events on FACEBOOK. Click Here to Become a Fan:

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Advertisement
Advertisement

TRENDING NOW:

YouTube Won’t Let You Watch Lauren Southern’s ‘Borderless’

FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Global Elites Started The Russia Nonsense.

U.S. POLITICS

DONKTUM: Restricting the Range of Consciousness.

CULTURE

Trump Puts British Intel Under Spotlight: ‘I Hope [Barr] Looks at the UK… I May Talk to PM…’

FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Connect
Newsletter Signup.

Sign up to the Human Events newsletter