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Wrap up your summer with these fellowships, grants, and awards for August and September!

August 7, 2017—Fact-checkers: The unsung heroes and heroines of any newsroom. They’ve always got your back and their sleuthing skills are unparalleled. Poynter is looking to send two fact-checkers from the United States to an organization abroad through their 2017 International Fact-Checking Network Fellowship. The fellows will receive $2,500 each, or $5,000 in the case of an exceptional project. Submit your application and proposed international organization by August 31, 2017!

Looking for something different? AIR’s full list of 36 fellowships, grants, and awards for July and August can be found on the AIRdaily. In the meantime, hop on the following sampler of our curated opportunities:

• The Douglas Tweedale Memorial Fellowship
Deadline: August 8, 2017
Details: Journalists in Latin America may apply for a three-week program in the United States to improve investigative reporting skills focused on immigration, environment, science, technology, or business.
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• California Data Fellowship
Deadline: August 25, 2017
Details: A $2,000 grant, four days of training, and six months of mentoring to support a health-related data project.
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• Bitch Media Fellowships for Writers
Deadline: August 31, 2017
Details: Fellows receive a stipend of $2,000 and three months of intensive writing and mentorship opportunities. The fellowship focuses on sexual politics, pop-culture criticism, technology, and global feminism.
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• Resilience Journalism Fellowship
Deadline: August 31, 2017
Details: Up to 15 journalists will receive six days of study and discussion focused on the science of climate change and resilience.
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• Dart Center Ochberg Fellows
Deadline: September 22, 2017
Details: A fellowship that covers travel and accommodation to the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma in New York for 12 mid-career journalists who want to “deepen their knowledge of trauma and improve coverage of violence, conflict, and tragedy.”
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