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Google offering paid fellowship for journalism, tech and design students in Europe

Google has announced the continuation and expansion of its Google News Initiative Fellowship in Europe.

The scheme connects students and recent graduates who want to explore the intersection between journalism and technology with news organisations.

The successful candidates will kick off their careers in the news industry by spending 8 weeks in Summer working with experts in newsrooms and creating a professional network.

The Fellowship therefore gives talented students and young graduates an opportunity to work with renowned news organisations.

Applications for the 2020 Google News Initiative Fellowship in Europe are now open, offering 50 paid placements across 14 countries – Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK

Learn more and apply by 30 March here!

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