The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has partnered with the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and ICT to support an outstanding NAJA member to pursue a master’s degree and produce content for the national ICT audience.
What master’s programs can you pursue?
The Cronkite/ICT fellow can select any of the three Cronkite master’s degrees offered on Arizona State University’s downtown Phoenix campus:
- Master of Arts in Investigative Journalism
- Master of Arts in Sports Journalism
- Master of Mass Communication (for students interested in journalism and/or strategic communications)
What’s included in the program?
Included in the Cronkite/ICT/NAJA fellowship:
- 15 hour-per-week internship with ICT for the academic year
- Free tuition for all three semesters of the Cronkite master’s program
- $19,172 in salary for the academic year
- Health insurance
At ICT, this fellow will work alongside Indigenous journalists from a range of experiences. The fellow will have opportunities to produce stories for and about the Indigenous world for ICT digital and/or broadcast audiences.
To be eligible, applicants must:
- Be a NAJA member
- Have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a regionally accredited institution
- Apply for and be accepted to a Cronkite School master’s degree program
- Commit to working 15 hours per week for ICT
How to apply
Applications are currently closed.
For more information or to discuss this opportunity, please email Aric Johnson (email@example.com).