Apply to become a Bulletin editorial fellow

By Gayle Spinazze | August 31, 2022

The Bulletin is seeking an editorial fellow in each of two coverage areas: climate change and biosecurity.

The Bulletin’s Editorial Fellows Program is a one-year commitment, during which fellows will write four pieces to be published in the Bulletin.  Because we are an international publication, fellows do not need to live in the United States.

Fellows will engage directly with Bulletin editors to produce high-quality journalism for our large international audience. The program is “a great opportunity to write impactful pieces, engage in policy conversations, and hone your writing skills,” writes current fellow Lauren Sukin. Apply here by Sept. 15.

Bulletin fellows are rising experts in their fields, engaged in connecting scientific advancement to safer public policies. Fellows are expected to have a record of publishing strong journalistic or academic work.

The Bulletin’s Editorial Fellows Program is part of an organizational commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion designed to promote a greater variety of viewpoints and lived experiences on the Bulletin’s platform. Underlying the Bulletin’s commitment is a powerful practical reality: A more diverse group of authors who write regularly for the Bulletin will improve the quality and the impact of our journalism.

Fellows will receive a $3,000 stipend as they successfully complete the program.


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