The Journalism Diversity Fund is launching a paid internship scheme to help increase diversity in UK newsrooms.
The Journalism Diversity fund has invested just over £123,000 on bursaries for diverse NCTJ students in the 2012/13 academic year.
The shortlist for the fourth round of Journalism Diversity Fund bursaries has now been announced.
Five aspiring journalists have been awarded bursaries by the Journalism Diversity Fund following interviews with a panel of media professionals.
The shortlist for the third round of Journalism Diversity Fund bursaries has now been announced.
A former bursary recipient has landed the scoop everyone wanted- an exclusive interview with politician and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here contestant Nadine Dorries.
The National Council for the Training of Journalists is investing in a major piece of research to provide independent, comprehensive and up-to-date labour market information about journalists.
Media industry professionals, bursary recipients and their tutors met on Thursday to celebrate the success of the Journalism Diversity Fund. More than 60 guests attended the annual lunch, which this year was hosted by the Daily Mail at Associated Newspapers’ offices in Kensington, London.
The NCTJ has released a new 100 words-per-minute shorthand CD to help students practice.