CJF FELLOWSHIPS

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CJF Black Journalism Fellowships Program
This program was launched to amplify Black voices, improve coverage of Black issues in the news and cultivate future Black media leaders, with CBC/Radio-Canada and CTV News as its first partners. The fellowships will provide a unique opportunity for an early-career Black journalist to be hosted for six months at a CBC/Radio-Canada (English or French) or CTV News newsroom across the country. With thanks to founding sponsors lululemon, Aritzia and BMO Financial Group.

CJF-CBC Indigenous Journalism Fellowships
This award recognizes a substantial contribution by a Canadian journalist to the profession.

Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award
This award offers a six-week paid internship at The Canadian Press head office in Toronto to a photojournalist in the early stages of his or her career. The annual internship is designed to give a photographer trying to break into the business a chance to perform on the national stage. This award is sponsored by Nikon.

Martin Wise Goodman Canadian Nieman Fellowship

Awarded bi-annually, this fellowship allows the recipient to enjoy a one-year sabbatical at Harvard University. Funding is provided by The Martin Wise Goodman Trust to the Nieman Foundation for Journalism.

William Southam Journalism Fellowships

Awarded annually by the University of Toronto and Massey College, these fellowships reward mid-career journalists with an academic year to audit any course in the discipline of their choice and to participate fully in life at Massey College and the University. In association with Canadian Journalists for Free Expression, Journalists for Human Rights and the Canadian Journalism Foundation, Massey College and the University of Toronto are grateful for the generosity of the Alva Foundation, the estate of the late St. Clair Balfour, Lisa Balfour Bowen and Walter Bowen, Clair Balfour and Marci McDonald, Wilson J.H. Southam, the R. Howard Webster Foundation, the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, CBC/Radio-Canada, Scotiabank, the McLaughlin Centre and for the generosity of past Journalism Fellows.

This program was launched to amplify Black voices, improve coverage of Black issues in the news and cultivate future Black media leaders, with CBC/Radio-Canada and CTV News as its first partners. The fellowships will provide a unique opportunity for an early-career Black journalist to be hosted for six months at a CBC/Radio-Canada (English or French) or CTV News newsroom across the country. With thanks to founding sponsors lululemon, Aritzia and BMO Financial Group.

These fellowships offer two early-career Indigenous journalists the chance to explore issues of interest. The fellows are hosted for one month by CBC News at its Indigenous Unit in Winnipeg. Thanks to the generous support of new sponsor Sobeys Inc. and donor Isabel Bassett.

This award offers a six-week paid internship at The Canadian Press head office in Toronto to a photojournalist in the early stages of his or her career. The annual internship is designed to give a photographer trying to break into the business a chance to perform on the national stage. This award is sponsored by Nikon.

Awarded bi-annually, this fellowship allows the recipient to enjoy a one-year sabbatical at Harvard University. Funding is provided by The Martin Wise Goodman Trust to the Nieman Foundation for Journalism.

Awarded annually by the University of Toronto and Massey College, these fellowships reward mid-career journalists with an academic year to audit any course in the discipline of their choice and to participate fully in life at Massey College and the University. In association with Canadian Journalists for Free Expression, Journalists for Human Rights and the Canadian Journalism Foundation, Massey College and the University of Toronto are grateful for the generosity of the Alva Foundation, the estate of the late St. Clair Balfour, Lisa Balfour Bowen and Walter Bowen, Clair Balfour and Marci McDonald, Wilson J.H. Southam, the R. Howard Webster Foundation, the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, CBC/Radio-Canada, Scotiabank, the McLaughlin Centre and for the generosity of past Journalism Fellows.

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