PDF13 | Tumblr Fellowship Application
These days, when you think about how technology is changing politics, government and civic life, it’s hard not to think about Tumblr. It’s home to everything from the US Government’s official blog to the meme that made Hillary Clinton cool. It documents every pothole filled in NYC, and made the 2012 Presidential Debates the first events ever to be live-GIF’d.
So Personal Democracy Forum is excited to team up with Tumblr to offer registration fellowships for ten well-qualified, creative social or political technology innovators to attend this year's conference on June 6-7 at NYU Skirball Center in New York City. Fellows will be chosen based on the answers to the following brief questions; fellowship award will cover the full forum registration costs. Selected fellows should be prepared to contribute content to a Tumblr during the conference.
The last day for submissions will be Friday, April 26th and we'll let you know by Friday, May 3rd.
Applications are no longer being accepted.
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