Mentoring opportunity for early career journalists

Access world class mentoring for early career journalists

Applications to become a John Schofield Trust Early Career Fellow are now open

To be eligible you must have 2-5 years of professional experience as a journalist, or be on a journalism apprenticeship or traineeship. You must be UK or Ireland based. We welcome applications from all types of journalists, including print, broadcasting (TV/Radio) and digital.

Join the biggest and best mentoring scheme for journalists in the sector.
  • 12 months of individual mentoring from an experienced journalist hand-picked for you based on your career goals.
  • Monthly online and offline masterclasses to help you upskill, facilitated by top journalists.
  • Access to community events and a network of over 1000+ journalists.
  • Become a John Schofield Trust Fellow for life.
We particularly welcome applications from groups underrepresented in the media, including from low income households. Visit the website for more information.

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