School of Data is inviting journalists, civil society advocates and anyone interested in pushing data literacy forward to apply for its 2016 Fellowship Programme, which will run from April to December 2016.
Fellowships are nine-month placements with School of Data for data-literacy practitioners or enthusiasts. During this time, fellows work alongside School of Data to build an individual programme that will make use of both the collective experience of School of Data’s network to help fellow gain new skills, and the knowledge that fellows bring along with them, be it about a topic, a community or specific data literacy challenges.
As part of this fellowship, our shared aim will be to increase awareness of data literacy and build communities who together, can use data literacy skills to make the change they want to see in the world.
Our fellowship programme aims to to recruit and train the next generation of data leaders and trainers to magnify the reach of our data literacy programme. The fellows will provide training and ongoing support to journalists, civil society organisations, and individual change-makers to use data effectively within their community and country. We are looking for applicants who already have connections to a network of data-literacy enthusiasts, or have some link with a particular organisation working in this field.
- Available positions: up to 10 fellows, with 5 slots reserved for Data Journalism, Extractives Data and Responsible Data applications.
- Application deadline: March 10, 2016, midnight GMT+0
- Duration: From April 1st, 2016 to December 31st, 2016
- Level of activity: 10 days per month
- Stipend: $1000 USD per month
2016 will be the third cycle of the Fellowship Programme. Since it launched, fellows have helped multiple organisations around the world to become more data-literate, building long-standing relationships with communities, which have lasted long after the fellowship period.
School of Data will be recruiting up to 10 fellowship positions in 2016. These fellowships will run from April to December. We have current collaborations and resourcing confirmed to support 6 fellows, two of whom must be based in either El Salvador, Guatemala or Honduras. The goal is to have fellows from a wide mix of countries all over the world. This application will be open until the 10th of March 2016.
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