SRL Homegrown 2019-2020 Application
The Student Reporting Labs Homegrown Fellowship gives students in the Washington D.C. Metro area an opportunity to develop journalism and video production skills and connect with other students who are passionate about storytelling.
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In 300 words, tell us why you are applying for the 2019-2020 SRL Homegrown Fellowship. What roles are you interested in and why? You may select more than one role. (Team Leader; Producer/ Interviewer; Camera Operator; Editor) *
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*If you are interested in being one of the team's Video Editors, please share an example of ONE video that you edited, with a link (Vimeo, YouTube, etc.). This video can be non-fiction, news, fiction, or any other genre.
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*If you are interested in being the team's Camera Operator, please share ONE example of a video that you shot with a link (Vimeo, YouTube, etc.). This video can be non-fiction, news, fiction, or any other genre.
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The theme for Homegrown 2020 will focus on young voters, particularly young people who will vote for the first time in November 2020. Fellows will create documentary-style video profiles on a few young people, showing their lives, the issues they are passionate about, and how those issues might personally affect their future. Tell us about a young person you know (friend, family member, acquaintance, neighbor, a student at your school, etc) who will be voting for the first time this upcoming election. Why is their story important? How would they make a compelling character? Describe what you’d imagine filming for their story. *
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*Please have a teacher or school staff member write a brief recommendation letter and send it to Rawan Elbaba at relbaba@newshour.org. This is a required portion of the application.
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