INSIGHT. EXPERIENCE. ACCESS. CONNECTIONS. WHAT'S YOUR ISSUE?
Katie May , the 2014 Greg Clark Award recipient, spent her experience at a Rankin Inlet, Nunavut birthing centre to observe how its approach might help solve the maternal health crisis among First Nations women in remote northern Manitoba. Read about her experience.
The Greg Clark Award offers journalists early in their career a chance to go behind the scenes and meet key decision-makers on their beats.
The award was created in memory of one of Canada's greatest journalists - a war correspondent, an avid outdoorsman, a humourist, but above all, a great reporter who excelled at storytelling.
It's an award that's unique among Canadian journalism, one that's designed to offer working journalists a chance to gain insight and meet key decision-makers on their beats. The successful applicant(s) will get an opportunity to spend up to a week observing the inner workings of an organization not usually accessible to the working journalist. The award addresses the need for broader awareness and exposure of the increasing complexity of issues and institutions journalists cover in day to day reportage.
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL:
• Spend up to a week observing the inner workings of an organization not usually accessible to the working journalist.
This award is now closed and will being accepting applications in early 2015.
Read about what previous award recipients did for their professional development opportunities:
The Canadian Journalism Foundation would like to thank
for their generous support of this award.