Full-time, credentialed journalists currently working in print, online, or broadcast media. Note: We do not accept applications from individuals working in public information or public relations, those working for trade/industry magazines, newsletters, or government agencies, or those in teaching positions.
Participating in Hoover Institution Journalist Programs
The Hoover Institution Journalist Programs allow print, online, and broadcast journalists to take time out from their daily deadlines to deepen their understanding of substantive issues. Such issues include economics, politics, international relations, and domestic policy. Through informal meetings, scholarly discussion, and interactive forums, program participants have the opportunity to exchange information and perspectives with Hoover scholars and the Stanford community during their visit to the Hoover Institution. The Programs aim to provide professional enrichment to journalists who benefit from the research of Hoover scholars by cultivating relationships and expanding their network of sources. The ideal candidate is engaged in reporting on topics and working on projects that correspond with Hoover scholars’ area of expertise. Journalist Program participants have access to a full range of research tools that the Hoover Institution and Stanford University offer, including the Hoover Library and Archives which is among the world’s most important repositories for unique archival materials and rare publications on political, social, and economic change in the modern era.
To be considered for the Journalist Program, please fill out the information below and email with your current résumé, biography or CV to the Public Affairs office at: hooverpa [at] stanford.edu (subject: Journalist%20Programs) . Please make sure to indicate “Journalist Programs” in the subject line.