What is Wogrammer

Wogrammer is a story-based organization that challenges society’s perceptions of women engineers from diverse backgrounds. The Wogrammer Journalism Fellowship is an opportunity to change how women engineers are portrayed in the media, one story at a time.

What we need

We’re looking for writers who are passionate about dispelling stereotypes and can commit to producing 10 inspiring stories. Each story profiles a female engineer’s accomplishments, aspirations and journey.

What the fellowship entails

This is an excellent opportunity for a journalism major to gain experience in writing, editing and sourcing briefs on women engineers to highlight their achievements. This is also an excellent opportunity to gain exposure, as wogrammer stories reach over 2 million readers.

Fellowship details
  • Flexible, ideally runs June 1st through Aug 30th
  • Includes $1,500 stipend
  • A minimum of 10 stories due by Aug 30th
  • Stories will be published on wogrammer’s website and social media properties
  • Will provide services remotely
  • Currently enrolled at an accredited university
  • Journalism or related major
  • Eligible to work in the U.S
  • Knowledge of technical terminology a plus
Wogrammer Journalism Fellowship Application
Before you start writing, please familiarize yourself with Wogrammer’s mission and read a few example stories here.
  • Interview a woman (engineering preferred) -- any field, any location, any area of expertise. Write about her unique experience. Be sure to cover the following:

    • Her industry
    • Her name
    • Her job title or role
    • Her location