Julia Child Writing Fellowship at HRN
With support from the Julia Child Foundation, HRN is excited to create a fall fellowship dedicated to food writing and radio. The fellow’s work will focus on telling stories about gastronomy, the culinary arts, and family recipes.
The fellow will dedicate 15 hours/week to the fellowship for six months. The fellow will support HRN programming and dedicate time to a new collaborative series HRN is developing. The fellow will support HRN’ producers (helping with transcriptions, planning, research, rough cutting tape) as well as produce bonus editorial and audio content. In addition to receiving support and training from HRN staff, the fellow will receive mentorship and editing from a food writer. The fellow will produce at least three print pieces, three audio pieces, and a capstone project.
The fellow will receive a stipend of $2,500.
This position is remote.
Applications are due August 20 at 5pm.
The fellowship will begin August 30.
We are also seeking candidates with the following characteristics:
- Enthusiasm for food storytelling
- Passion for print and audio
- Strong writing skills
- Audio editing proficiency
- Highly Organized
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to work independently
- Cover Letter
- Supplemental Question: What is your favorite HRN show or episode? (World Limit: 200)
- Supplemental Question: Tell us about a family recipe that matters to you (World Limit: 500)
Submit your application to [email protected]
About Heritage Radio Network:
Heritage Radio Network (HRN) is an independent, member-supported, 501(c)(3) nonprofit podcast network, broadcasting from two recycled shipping containers behind Roberta’s Pizza, a restaurant at the forefront of Brooklyn’s culinary renaissance. Our 40+ hosts invite the most influential, visionary people – from brewers and bartenders to pastry chefs, policymakers and more – to discuss today’s most vital issues. We cover food policy and agriculture, the restaurant scene, and everything to do with food and drink, as well as introduce you to today’s up-and-coming chefs and share compelling human interest stories. Since 2009, we’ve earned a reputation as the best source for thought-provoking talk about food. You can listen to any of our episodes live – or as podcasts on demand – wherever you are, whenever you want, and always for free.