ABC News is launching the ABC News Fellowship program to attract and develop journalists from diverse backgrounds.
Participants of the year-long fellowship, sought from “a variety of racial, ethnic, socio-economic and geographic backgrounds,” will rotate through the editorial, production, and newsgathering areas while working with an ABC News mentor.
“ABC News is committed to recruiting, developing, empowering and promoting our industry’s future leaders,” said ABC News president Ben Sherwood.
Go here if you’d like to apply. The paid fellowships begin July 2.
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