Pulliam Journalism Fellowships

Open to college sophomores, juniors and seniors, the fellowships are for work study. Pulliam Fellows will be assigned to either The Indianapolis Star or The Arizona Republic as reporters. Geographic and beat preferences will be matched as much as possible.


To apply, students must complete a six-page application form and send it with the following: a recent photo for publicity purposes; between five and 15 writing samples on 8-1/2" by 11" paper; three letters of recommendation; and college grade transcripts. Along with other questions and submission material, the application form requests that the student write an editorial expressly for this competition.

Mail application to:
Russell B. Pulliam
The Indianapolis Star
P.O. Box 145
Indianapolis, IN 46206-0145

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