Fellows – Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism

Opportunity for Top Talent

The search is on for 2015 Fellows at the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism. In this four-month program, the Center helps media innovators–from recent grads to senior-level professionals–launch and grow media startups.

What It Is

Applications are now open for the fellowship program which runs January to May of 2015. Apply here today! For more information, watch this video overview of the 2014 cohort and contact Tow-Knight Director of Education Jeremy Caplan with your questions at jeremy.caplan@journalism.cuny.edu. The application deadline is October 17, 2014.

 Who It’s For

The center welcomes applications from all kinds of media professionals, including reporters, editors, photographers, videographers, producers, app developers, Web designers, multimedia journalists and those with experience on media’s traditional business side.

Past Successes

Among the exciting startups launched with the support of the Tow-Knight Center are Narratively, Skillcrush, Big Girls Small Kitchen, Informerly and Clear Health Costs. See more Tow-Knight supported ventures here.

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