ABC News invites pitches from young Australians on our post-COVID future

ABC News welcomes ideas that explore solutions as we find a path forward from the COVID-19 pandemic. (Pexels: Cottonbro)

Are you an aspiring journalist keen to write about how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of young Australians?

ABC News welcomes your ideas that explore the issues young people are facing — and possible solutions — as we find a path forward from the challenges of COVID-19.

What are we looking for?

We want you to pitch a non-fiction, original feature story idea about how the experience of the past two years has changed your life and/or the lives of others around you (up to 800 words).

If you're successful, you'll be paid for your time and be mentored through the newsgathering and production process, helping you gain valuable media experience.

Who:

To be eligible, you must live in Australia, be aged between 18 and 30 and currently study journalism or be a recent journalism, media and/or communications graduate.

Submit your pitch using this form by Friday, October 29.

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