Jayne Miller Investigative Journalism Fellowship
The Jayne Miller Investigative Journalism Fellowship is a one-semester paid position at Hearst Television’s NBC affiliate WBAL-TV in Baltimore, MD. The Fellowship is named for Jayne Miller, a veteran journalist who served as Lead Investigative Reporter at Hearst Television’s WBAL-TV in Baltimore for more than 35 years. The Fellowship is open to senior level college applicants who have a strong interest in television news investigative journalism.
The Fellowship is designed to give students exposure to the television broadcast news industry with a top-30 news market. The emphasis will be on investigative journalism with an intense focus on research, newswriting and reporting.
How to qualify
- You must be completing your senior year of an accredited university school of journalism.
- You must have demonstrated an active interest and focus on Investigative Journalism.
- You also need to have a strong academic record and tworecommendations from faculty or internship supervisors.
How to apply
Please apply on our career site. Include the following documentation in your application:
- A letter expressing interest in the fellowship and promoting your candidacy.
- A summary of your commitment to journalism (one page, single spaced).
- A current resume citing work experience and accomplishments.
- A complete academic transcript through your most recent completed semester.
- Two academic or professional recommendations.
- Finalists will be interviewed by phone and either in-person or via video conference.
This is a summer-only fellowship. Applications are due by April 15, 2023.
Decisions will be made in May.