Apply now to participate in the #IRE20 conference mentor program

IRE is now accepting applications for our popular conference mentoring program. If you plan to attend the IRE 2020 virtual conference and you’re looking for a mentor — or you’d like to volunteer to be a mentor — please click here to sign up. This year’s program, being online, will look a little different. But…

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New NICAR Course lessons coming for fall 2020 semester

IRE’s popular NICAR Course Packs will be fully updated for the latest versions of Excel on PC and Mac, plus a new Google Sheets edition, for use in fall 2020 classes. NICAR Course Packs contain everything instructors need to teach an introductory data journalism class in spreadsheets. Materials for students include hands-on exercises, more than…

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Nine journalists receive IRE fellowships

IRE recently awarded six fellowships to educators of color to IRE’s first Online Data Bootcamp for Educators and three fellowships to educators of color to IRE’s first in-person Data Bootcamp for Educators in January at the University of Arizona, thanks to the generosity of the Lumina Foundation and the Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse…

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Register in July for special $175 rate for IRE 2020 virtual conference

Registration is open for IRE’s virtual 2020 national conference, which will feature keynote speaker Ronan Farrow and more than 100 sessions, including numerous opportunities for networking and socializing during the Sept. 21-25 event. Register by the end of July to secure the early-bird rate of $175 for professionals. Registration rises to $200 in August and…

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Don Bolles Medal recognizes four journalists targeted by extremist groups

Four journalists, targeted by extremist groups in retaliation for their reporting, are recipients of the 2020 Don Bolles Medal from Investigative Reporters and Editors for their courageous commitment to exposing the truth about this element of American society. The Don Bolles Medal recognizes investigative journalists who have exhibited extraordinary courage in standing up against intimidation…

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IRE Board of Directors diversifies its Executive Committee

Cheryl W. Thompson of NPR will serve another year as IRE’s board president, the full board decided unanimously today during a livestreamed video meeting. Thompson, IRE’s first African-American president, has served in the role during the past two years. She is in her sixth year on the IRE board. The board also elected other members…

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Investigative Editor

Honolulu Civil Beat is looking for an experienced investigative editor who can help take a small staff of smart, passionate reporters to a higher level. We believe that journalism can and should have an impact. That a vibrant news organization is vital to democracy. That we can make a difference in the lives of people…

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Data Reporter

BailoutWatch is seeking an enterprising digger with data-analysis and web-production skills to join our team as a Data Reporter. BailoutWatch is a news site tracking government efforts to prop up the fossil fuel industry under the banner of pandemic relief. We are a scrappy startup seeking to tell a fast-changing story with profound implications for the…

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Investigative Reporter

The Connecticut Mirror (www.CTMirror.org) is an established, independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit digital news organization, whose mission is to produce original, in-depth, nonpartisan journalism that informs Connecticut residents about the impact of public policy, holds government accountable, and amplifies diverse voices and perspectives. We have an immediate opening for an Investigative Reporter who will hold government and…

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Freelance Investigative Reporter

On Point Investigations, a growing private investigative agency, is seeking an enterprising investigative reporter to join our team in uncovering corporate fraud.  We’re working on behalf of legal teams representing shareholders, whistleblowers, consumers and taxpayers. We’re seeking reporters with a business, finance and health care reporting background. To  be considered for the position, you should be…

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Reporter

As we face a global pandemic, an American cultural reckoning on racial injustice, an unfolding economic crisis and an upcoming election, never has the role of investigative journalism been more critical. We are looking for an experienced, ambitious and collegial reporter who is eager to seize this moment and uncover how these issues and others…

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Investigative Reporter

The best cross-border investigative newsroom in the world is seeking an investigative reporter to join our team. This is a position for an enterprising journalist with a track record of unearthing stories that expose abuse and hold the powerful to account. We believe in the power of journalism to force change — and so should you.…

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Data Reporter

The CPR News data reporter will take a data-driven idea from conception, through acquisition and analysis of data to reporting and publication online and on the air. The reporter will have a track record of developing and executing their own ideas, and working with reporters throughout the newsroom both as a resource, and part of…

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Deputy, Special Projects

Consumer Reports is looking for an investigative and enterprise reporter to join our award-winning journalism staff to cover marketplace inequities, including systemic failures and biases that disproportionately affect segments of consumers, particularly consumers of color, in areas of health, safety, finance, and privacy. You’ll help conceive, produce, and edit stories that can change the marketplace,…

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