Although the first wave of internship and fellowship deadlines passed in November, numerous opportunities are still available for students, recent graduates and experienced full-time journalists. Get your applications in on time to take advantage of these opportunities in 2014 (listed in order of deadline — strikethrough means deadline has passed):
Investigative Reporters and Editors Student Mentorship Program
IRE is launching a new one-year mentorship program to pair student journalists with professionals for “one-on-one guidance, advice, critiques and conversation, and online training opportunities.” Soon-to-graduate college students who are IRE members are eligible.
Deadline: Dec. 20, 2013
Apply online Associated Press Global News Internship Program
Twenty students or recent graduates with experience in video enter a 12-week summer internship at AP’s U.S. and international bureaus covering breaking news. With a designated supervisor, the interns train to become “cross-format journalists.”
Deadline: Through Dec. 27, 2013 (based on availability)
Apply online Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University
The three-quarter, fully funded fellowships are open to full-time, experienced journalists and journalism entrepreneurs, innovators, business and management executives to experiment with and develop new ideas that shape the future of journalism.