Introducing the 2022–23 New York Times Fellowship Class – Editor And Publisher Magazine


We are pleased to introduce the 2022–23 New York Times Fellowship class. Thousands of early-career journalists applied to join the program, which is entering its fourth year. Dozens of reporters and editors from across our newsroom helped to vet the many talented candidates.
The fellows hail from 15 U.S. states, as well as Britain, Turkey and India. The group includes reporters, designers, photographers, visual artists, and graphics, audience and opinion editors. The fellows will join our newsroom in June, in our New York, San Francisco, Washington and London offices.
For the first time, fellows will join the Live team, special projects desk and Well desk. The group also will include The Times’ second Disability Journalism Fellow, a position created in partnership with the National Center on Disability and Journalism at Arizona State University and funded by philanthropic support. And, later this spring, an internal fellowship hire will join the class.
The incoming fellows will build upon the exemplary work of our first three classes, whose energy and perspective have not only propelled our news report, but news organizations across the country. Our current fellows depart in May.
We introduced the fellowship in 2018, and our Editing Residency in 2021, to better identify and develop the next generation of top journalists. The fellows spend an entire year learning together and serving as full-time journalists at The Times.
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