Meet our Winter 2019 Fellows
Registration for the Summer 2019 Reporting Fellowship will open on February 20
About the JPC Reporting Fellowship Program
The JPC launched in September 2017 a reporting fellowship program opened to international journalism students. The reporting fellowship is a unique program, that provides work experience with leading media outlets in Israel, alongside an extracurricular program to enrich their journalistic experience in Israel.
The fellows are chosen by a committee made up of world-known and well-experienced journalists, who have been a part of this field for decades.
The Fellowship Program was made possible by a generous grant from the Crown Family Philanthropies.
The program is a 3-month long program.
JPC Reporting Fellowship - June - August 2018
From left to right:
Stefania D’Ignoti, Columbia graduate; Marie-Cahrlotte Roupie, University of Strasbourg graduate; Robert Exley, CUNY graduate; Kyle Mackie, CUNY graduate.
Over the past three months JPC hosted four fellows who had been selected by an international jury from close to 80 applicants. The fellows were offered a unique opportunity to report from Israel and the Palestinian territories. Besides interning at prominent media outlets, the JPC fellows traveled throughout the country and were exposed to the richness and diversity of the Israeli and the Palestinian societies. ו
JPC Reporting Fellowship - September - November 2017
From left to right:
David Klein, Columbia graduate, Saudamini Jane, Columbia graduate, Daniel Pleck, New York University graduate, Gabe Carroll, CUNY graduate
Between the months of September to November, the JPC hosted its first group of fellows. The fellows interned at Israeli and foreign news outlets located in Israel, experiencing the work environment in Israel. In addition, the JPC provided an enrichment program, exposing the fellows to the different challenges and issues facing Israel and the territories, and providing discussions with leaders from various communities and backgrounds.