The Journalism Center's competitive fellowships and training sessions gives journalists access to top experts and the latest information in the children, youth and family field.
Fellowships give journalists the opportunity to build knowledge and expertise on reporting critical social issues, by meeting with renowned experts and building their skills in journalism workshops. Journalists develop compelling story ideas and collect relevant sources.
Specialized sessions, often cosponsored with other journalism organizations, allow time-strapped reporters to get in-depth professional training on child/family topics in a short amount of time.
The Journalism Center on Children & Families offers the story ideas, sources and the connections that will last long after the conference ends.
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