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  • This is a drop down menu. Project dates are included.
  • If you have already graduated, please say when you did. EX: Graduated May 2017
  • Before applying, make sure you can be available for the full week of the project. Our projects always begin with a dinner on Sunday evenings and conclude at the end of the day on Fridays. Indicate you have read and understand this by simply tying "yes" in the window. Also, if you do not currently reside/go to school near the sponsoring public radio station and/or university, we will not consider your application. Our projects are primarily designed for those who live locally to our sponsor.
  • If you don't have a Linkedin profile, you will need to build one.
  • Please tell us about your journalism and media related experiences. Explain how participating in this project will help you. We suggest you compose this in "Word" and then copy and paste it.
  • Please provide a bio. First or third person, we don't care.
  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: mp4, mp3, wav, aac, wmv, aiff.
    This should be audio. It can be a traditionally reported story, a non-narrated piece, excerpt from a podcast or an excerpt from a spoken word performance. You can choose two examples here.
  • Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.
    This one should be something written. Note: If you are having trouble with the Word extension .docx, save your document as a .pdf and upload.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, pdf, mp4, mov, png, gif.
    This work sample should be something visual. Still or broadcast video, you choose.
  • Please list the name, email and phone number of two references. One should know your journalism/media work really well. The other can be more of a personal reference