Procrastinators, listen up. You’ve got until midnight to apply for Grist’s fall 2015 fellowship.

If you’re just now hearing about the fellowship for the first time, 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.

For fellowships that begin in July/August 2015, please submit applications by March 30, 2015.

Our fellows have been up to some cool work of late. Sara Bernard investigated the promise of clean coal at a power plant in Mississippi. Sam Bliss explained the economic principle of degrowth — with orange juice — in a nifty video. Madeleine Thomas sparked a weekly Woman Crush Wednesday takeover. And, with their sharp stories about geoengineering, the Port of Seattle, and Bob’s Burgersnewbies Suzanne Jacobs and Ana Sofia Knauf are quickly on the come-up.

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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 March 30, no judgments here.


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