The International Reporting Project invites reporters to apply for its Religion Fellowships.

There are two different fellowship opportunities. Up to five international journalists will be selected for nine-month religion reporting projects, including stipends, with applications due March 8. For U.S. journalists, up to five international fellowships of three weeks in length are also being offered in the fall. The deadline for those is Aug. 1.

The fall 2012 class of U.S. IRP fellows included two public radio reporters. Jesse Dukes, who traveled to Guatemala, has worked on stories for programs such as Studio 360 and Weekend Edition, while Emily Brennan, who reported from Haiti, assisted in the production of the special program The Harlem Renaissance, broadcast across the country.

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