The Public Voices Fellowship at Yale is an opportunity for women and under-represented minority scholars of all genders to work with top journalists from The OpEd Project. Fellows attend 2 interactive, full-day convenings per semester and receive mentorship for the whole academic year. Fellows are supported in all arenas of public thought leadership, including writing and placing op-ed pieces, conducting TV and radio interviews, and using social media.
The fellowship is designed to help scholars increase their influence as thought leaders whose ideas impact not only academia but also larger public debates. Fellows are assigned individual mentors and have the opportunity to access a national network of editor-mentors and high-level media experts in making sure their scholarship and expertise contribute to the public sphere.
We are no longer accepting applications, but will be looking for applicants once again in the spring. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information. For application instructions, click here.