The GroundTruth Project’s mission is to support a new generation of journalists, through opportunities, mentorship, training and support. Explore GroundTruth’s programs and resources below.
Reporting Fellowships: Fellowships include safety training, funding for reporting time and expenses, and editorial support and mentorship to produce a reporting project, which is typically published by a prominent media partner, as well as on the GroundTruth website. Learn more
Report for America: This initiative places emerging journalists into host newsrooms across the country for a year of service. In addition to working as a reporter, corps members also do a service project, such as helping a local high school with its student newspaper. Learn more
Emerging Photographers: This program curates the work of talented photographers with less than five years of experience who have not yet had their work widely distributed. Learn more
GroundTruth Podcast Incubator: This program provides emerging audio reporters and producers with the support they need to create an audio documentary for the award-winning GroundTruth podcast. Learn more
Navigator newsletter: This newsletter from The GroundTruth Project delivers practical advice and a list of opportunities for early-career journalists. It arrives in your inbox every other Tuesday. Sign-up here or check out past columns here.
GroundTruth newsletter: Keep up with new programs and initiatives at The GroundTruth Project, as well as award-winning work by emerging journalists, with this weekly newsletter. Sign up here
GroundTruth Field Guide, 2018 edition for Report for America: This is a special version of our field guide focused on reporting in the United States. Download