Become an Access to Tools trainer
The Centre for Investigative Journalism and the Google News Initiative are working together to provide free digital tools training in newsrooms across the UK. The Access to Tools programme will provide training in investigative skills for newsroom journalists, freelancers and journalism students. We are currently recruiting for trainers to deliver these workshops. Find out more about the role and how to become an Access to Tools trainer.
To apply to become a CIJ volunteer, email your CV and your ideas for investigations to email@example.com
The CIJ has an enviable reputation for involving its interns in innovative, world-class journalism. There’s a socially progressive reason to champion such a programme. Too often, media internships go to well-connected young people, and as a result the higher echelons of the mainstream media is looking embarrassingly thick with well-heeled young men and women.
Henceforth at the CIJ no one will be given a start because of who they know. We want to seek out the best possible people from the widest possible range of backgrounds to train, because we’re hungry for access to the best investigative stories and the brightest talent. To apply to become a CIJ volunteer, email your CV and your ideas for investigations to firstname.lastname@example.org