Deadline: December 2, 2022
The New York Times Fellowship is a one-year work program aimed at cultivating the next generation of journalists. For more than a century, The New York Times has invested deeply in talent, leading to Pulitzer Prizes and top careers in media. Spotting and lifting journalism’s next generation is a passion of ours. It’s also a responsibility we regard as both sacred and pressing.
The fellowship represents a unique opportunity to do great journalism for The Times. It incorporates speakers, feedback, and training opportunities. The program’s goal is to benefit not only the participants and The Times but also other newsrooms. We expect most of our fellows will graduate to positions around the country and world. The program incorporates reporters, editors, and visual journalists across a range of departments.
- Fellows work full-time, are paid, and receive benefits. They are Guild-represented employees.
- Fellows get to hear from top journalists and leaders from around the newsroom, gain training and receive regular feedback from editors and mentors.
- Open to journalists with some experience who are early in their careers, including recent college graduates.
- Those who have more than five years of paid, professional journalism experience should explore other career opportunities at The Times.