ICFJ Programs in Basic Journalism

  • ICFJ Anywhere

    ICFJ Anywhere is the global source for high-quality, online journalism courses taught by seasoned professionals. This is a great, year-round opportunity to improve your skills.

  • ICFJ Workshops for Pakistani News Media Leaders

    The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) has partnered with the University of the Punjab in Lahore on a new hands-on program designed for Pakistani media leaders.

    Launched in early 2015, the series of three-day workshops target management issues. The sessions tackle decision-making, investigative journalism, journalists’ safety, media law and digital news production. The first three workshops drew 60 Pakistani media executives from news outlets such as AAJ, ARY, Dawn, Dunya, Express and GEO. Two U.S.

  • IJNet Arabic’s Mentoring Center for MENA Media Startups

    Media entrepreneurs in the Middle East and North Africa have a new opportunity to take their digital projects to the next level.

    IJNet's Arabic channel will launch its second mentoring program for individuals and organizations with startup media projects in the Middle East and North Africa.

  • Back In The Newsroom Fellowship 2014

    The Back In the Newsroom Fellowship will help journalism educators see firsthand the new skills needed for students to succeed in today’s newsrooms.

    Back In The Newsroom is a fellowship program that brings five professors from historically black colleges and universities to spend a summer working in digitally advanced U.S. news organizations. This “internship” will help journalism educators see firsthand the new skills needed for students to succeed in today’s newsrooms.

    The fellows will update their digital skills, develop cutting-edge curricula and strengthen relations between these newsrooms and their schools. The program will help improve diversity at leading U.S.

  • Training the Next Generation of Tunisian Media Professionals

    In partnership with The Institute of Press and Information Sciences (IPSI) at the University of Manouba in Manouba, Tunisia, ICFJ is implementing an internship program for Tunisian master’s degree journalism students. The internship program’s goal

    The group of eight Tunisians depart from the airport in Tunis on their way to the U.S. for the start of the ICFJ program Training the Next Generation of Tunisian Media Professionals. Seven of the eight have never before been on a plane. Seeing the group off is Stephen Kochuba (center), Information Officer, U.S. Embassy Tunis.

    is to educate Tunisian journalism students on U.S. and international journalistic practices and ethics. ICFJ places students in newsrooms for 17-day internships. Students observe U.S.