Apply to join the ESMH summer school for young journalists “Storytelling in science” at the EYE2023
The European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) invites applicants to become one of the 80 young journalists aged between 18 and 30, to attend the summer school “Storytelling in science” (6-8 June) and this year’s European Youth Event (EYE2023, 9-10 June) in Strasbourg (France). The application is open to young media makers who are citizens of the EU Member States.
Do you want to experience 5 days of media workshops, hands-on media production and debates to learn more about science journalism and science communication? Would you like to interact with high-level European politicians, professional journalists and experts and engage in intercultural exchange on science and technology? Apply to join this event.
As a side-event of EYE2023 in Strasbourg, the ESMH summer school will host workshops and panel discussions with professional journalists, international experts, Members of the European Parliament and other high-ranking guests. The summer school will also give the opportunity to exchange with other journalists from all over Europe on science journalism, digital communication, climate change and more.
COSTS: If you are accepted to join the event, you will receive a fee to help cover your travel and lodging costs for the length of the event (certain conditions apply).
- 18-30 years old
- Citizen of an EU Member State
- Fluent in both written and spoken English
- A passion for science communication
- Experience in journalism is a bonus
How to apply
Please apply before 12 March 2023 at 23:59 CET.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Summer school on storytelling in science”.
About the European Science-Media Hub
The European Parliament’s European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) organises regular trainings for journalists on current scientific and technological developments. The ESMH was launched in 2018 to facilitate the exchange of information between researchers, policy-makers and the media. The ESMH would like to support and empower journalists in their work of reporting on topics related to science and new technology by providing better access to trustworthy sources, workshops and training opportunities.