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Introducing Canopy Atlanta’s Reporting Residency

A 12-month paid program for metro Atlantans to further develop their investigative and storytelling skill sets. 

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About the Canopy Atlanta Reporting Residency

The Canopy Atlanta Reporting Residency is a 12-month paid program for metro Atlantans to further develop their investigative and storytelling skill sets. Residents will advise on CA’s Fellowship program and receive weekly training sessions to complete a reporting project that deepens CA’s metro Atlanta coverage.  


The Reporting Residency is closed to those who’ve completed the Canopy Atlanta Community Journalism Fellowship. To learn more about the Residency, Fellowship, and  other ways to get involved in CA’s metro Atlanta coverage, email Training Director Kamille Whittaker at kamille@canopyatlanta.org.

2022-2023 Reporting Residency

Bankhead Senior Fellow Ann Hill Bond is Canopy Atlanta’s inaugural Resident. Over the next year, Hill Bond proposed to spend 10 weeks each in West End, Forest Park, Bankhead, South DeKalb, and Lakewood Heights. Her reporting will not only follow up on previous community listening from these areas, but show the connectivity between these communities through five focus areas: religion, food access, international affairs, history, and community development.