Thank you for your interest in sponsoring a fellow at the MRC!
If you would like to sponsor all or part of a semester for a fellow, you can give:
- $1,000 to cover welcome and departure meals
- $6,000 to pay for fellow field trips and workshops
- $12,000 to sponsor a fellow for an entire 12-week semester!
To give another amount, use the Custom Amount option below. We appreciate all support for our expanding program.
For a gift over $120,000, donors can name a class for the cost of sponsoring 10 fellows. For more information about larger gifts, please email Intern Coordinator Cari Lancaster at email@example.com .
Prefer not to make a gift online using eCheck (ACH), PayPal, or your credit card? You can download and mail in our printable donation form here!
Are you looking to support the next generation of conservative journalists and thought leaders? The MRC's Investigative Journalism Fellowship Program is designed to influence the next generation of journalists involved in public policy, law, and media today.
Our competitive fellowship program provides the on-the-job, competitively-paid training for young professionals to succeed in today’s fast-paced, demanding media industry and to confront the rising challenges against conservatives.
In addition to building their professional skills and contributing to the conservative movement, MRC fellows also:
- Participate in lunches with MRC Founder and President, Brent Bozell, conservative guest speakers, and members of senior staff.
- Engage in professional development opportunities to receive feedback on resumes, practice interview strategies, and professionally manage social media presence.
- Attend networking events at conservative nonprofits and think tanks, professional happy hours, and conferences (such as the Values Voter Summit, CPAC, and the Young America’s Foundation’s annual Conference).
A gift to the MRC helps support valuable fellow training and contributes to the development of the next generation of conservative leaders.
“ Taking part in the Fellowship has given me the opportunity to learn how to be a journalist through first hand reporting experience. With the help of CNS’ skilled and experienced editors, I have learned how to find stories, conduct interviews, contact government agencies, and improve my writing. My time on the Hill has helped me learn the ins and outs of Congress, and has given me the chance to see what it is like to be a Capitol Hill reporter day in and day out. ”