Journalists with at least five years of experience with an interest in reporting on issues related to the aging population can apply for these positions in Chicago.
The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research at the University of Chicago is offering two 10-month journalism fellowships with a focus on aging.
For the fellowship on economics of aging and work, the selected journalist will create a series of news reports dealing with the economics of the aging workforce in the United States to be distributed by AP.
For the fellowship on long-term care in the United States, the selected journalist will develop a series of news reports that will be published by AP covering long-term care issues, including long-term care financing, policy, impact on caregivers and healthy aging.
Fellows are expected to begin work and training in September.
The deadline is June 30.