Successful applicants to the John Schofield Trust Early Career mentoring scheme in 2024 will receive digital access to the Washington Post in addition to 12 months of mentoring and access to free masterclasses and networking opportunities.
“At The Post, we are committed to providing up-to-date, truthful information and insightful commentary that captures the stories of individuals from all walks of life,” said Krissah Thompson, Managing Editor at The Washington Post. “We’re thrilled to offer digital access to 2024 John Schofield Trust Fellows as they embark on this exciting journey to become the next generation of journalists.”
David Stenhouse CEO of the John Schofield Trust said “We are very excited to be able to offer Fellows for 2024 access to the superb journalism of the Washington Post. We’d like to thank the Washington Post for supporting our work to make journalism more diverse and inclusive.”