The Y. Eva Tan Conservation Reporting Fellowship Program by Mongabay

Deadline: Aug 10, 2024 | $500 USD a month | The Y. Eva Tan Conservation Reporting Fellowship Program by Mongabay

Mongabay’s Y. Eva Tan Conservation Reporting Fellowship Program provides opportunities for journalists from biodiversity hotspots in tropical countries to report on critical environmental issues, gaining valuable training, experience, and credibility that will help them advance their careers in journalism and communications . (Y. Eva Tan Conservation Reporting Fellowship Program)

What you will do

As a fellow of the Y. Eva Tan Conservation Reporting Fellowship Program, you will be one of 18 annual fellows, six of whom will work at our global English news bureau, six at our Spanish-language news bureau with Mongabay-Latam, and six at our French-language news bureau with Mongabay-Africa. Each cohort will consist of three fellows per bureau during the six-month fellowship.

Fellows will work directly with the fellowship editor to produce six stories. Fellows will have opportunities to collaborate with multiple editors at Mongabay’s international news outlet, including those who specialize in different areas to develop environmental reporting skills, and create a portfolio of original publications.

Fellows are expected to engage with Mongabay for at least 10 hours a week and produce an average of one story per month over the course of the fellowship.

Each fellow will receive $500 USD a month for the duration of the six-month fellowship.

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Eligibility and how to apply

This fellowship is intended to provide opportunities for aspiring journalists from low- to upper-middle income tropical countries.* Click here for a list of eligible countries.

  • There is no education requirement to apply for the program, and it is not linked to any university.
  • Access to reliable internet is important, as this fellowship is remote.
  • Mongabay does not have an office and cannot support work visas.

Mongabay accepts applications for both our global English and Spanish-language bureaus.

The fellowship will run twice a year: April 1 through Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 through March 31.

The application window for the April-September cohort will run Dec. 15-Feb. 10. The application window for the October-March cohort will run June 15-Aug. 10.

Selection Process:

Selections will be made by an internal Mongabay team and applicants will receive a notification regarding the status of their application at least three weeks prior to the start of the cohort.


Apply here

For more information about the application process and fellowship, visit Mongabay’s Official webiste The Y. Eva Tan Conservation Reporting Fellowship Program by Mongabay


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