The Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service and the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism seek a Director of Development and Partnerships to steward a fundraising strategy and forge new relationships to build Neighborhood News Service’s visibility in the business and philanthropic community.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is excited to announce the hiring of its first Finance and Operations Manager, Rhiannon Orizaga. In this role, she will build and maintain the organizational infrastructure, creating an empowering and inclusive workplace that supports the organization’s mission.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is pleased to announce the hiring of its first Grants Manager, Gia Dinon, who will manage the organization’s relationships with institutional funders and advance the Center’s mission through the expansion of philanthropic revenue.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is seeking an Operations Administrator to help build and maintain the organizational infrastructure to support nonprofit journalism in Wisconsin and our mission to inform diverse communities with fact-checked reporting that strengthens democracy.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is seeking a Development Director to work with board and staff to develop and execute the Center’s fundraising strategy. This position is the first full-time development role at the Center.
Sable-Smith will work with WPR and Wisconsin Watch to deepen his skills in investigative journalism, editing and on-air radio production.
The award-winning Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is seeking applicants for paid internships that will begin in March and June 2019. The Center is hiring one full-time investigative reporting intern, one part-time public engagement and marketing intern, and one full-time public engagement and marketing intern.
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism was named a winner Monday of 14 prizes in the 2017 Milwaukee Press Club Excellence in Journalism contest, including awards for investigative, public service and explanatory reporting; single story and multi-story coverage; photography and illustration.
A class led by the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism explores the role of citizens in this post-Citizens United, voter ID, gerrymandered world
Individual and business donations increased 56 percent from $60,045 in 2016 to $93,794 in 2017, putting the Center in good position as it begins its 10th year of operations.
Lauren Fuhrmann, associate director of the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, is among 10 mid-career professionals selected for the first Investigative News Network Emerging Leaders Council, a peer group of leading business and news leaders who will meet for a year to work on news industry challenges, build support networks and develop professional skills.
News deserts are geographical areas or socioeconomic groups that are parched of fresh, important local news, whether it’s a result of the shuttering of neighborhood newspapers, downsizing and the limited resources of news outlets or a lack of coverage of particular topics. Help WCIJ identify news deserts in Wisconsin by writing to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.