Hey procrastinators: You’ve got one week left to apply for Grist’s spring 2016 fellowship. Applications are due November 2, 2015.

If you’re just now hearing about the fellowship, here’s the gist: We’re looking for a fresh group of early-career journalists to come work with us for six months and get paid. You’ll find a full program description and application requirements here.

ICYMI, our current fellows have been up to some stellar work of late. Suzanne Jacobs recently explained the Internet of Things — with a jellyfish — in a nifty video. Justice fellow Raven Rakia spoke to two community organizers who are working to stop coal exports from coming through Oakland. And Clayton Aldern talked moviemaking, capitalism, and Bernie Sanders with Avi Lewis, director of This Changes Everything (and author Naomi Klein’s hubby).

So what are you waiting for? Oh, right, the last possible minute. As long as we receive your application by 11:59 p.m. PT on November 2, no judgments here.

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