Editorial Fellowship

Engineering for Change & Autodesk Foundation
Job Type
20-25 hours / week
Deadline for Applications
How to Apply
Please submit a CV, writing samples and references at the link
Where to Apply

Engineering for Change Editorial Fellowship supported by Autodesk Foundation

The E4C Editorial Fellowship supported by the Autodesk Foundation is a workforce development program bridging scientific writing with engineering for sustainable development. The program prepares journalists and science communicators worldwide to report on engineered solutions to local and global challenges that can achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Fellows receive a stipend dependent on the region where they are based, experience, and other factors.

The E4C Editorial Fellowship supported by the Autodesk Foundation is in its inaugural year, launched in 2023 as a collaboration between the E4C Research Fellowship Program and the Autodesk Foundation. The Autodesk Foundation supports more than 50 startups and non-profits using Autodesk software to develop engineered solutions to challenges in sustainable development. To discover and promote that work, Autodesk Foundation seeks an E4C editorial fellow to tell the stories that turn around Autodesk design tools that are creating technologies that change lives.

Scope of the role

Interview E4C fellows, technical leads at portfolio organizations, and technical training partners to understand how Autodesk software has created an impact

Interview select Autodesk Foundation and E4C alumni

Pitch and write stories on software usage and impact

Create social media copy to promote stories

Report on key findings and insights describing the impact of Autodesk software

The Fellow will meet regularly with the Head of Marketing and Communication for the Autodesk Foundation to share leads, and liaise with Autodesk Foundation Technical Specialists.

Benefits for the Fellow

Deeper knowledge and networks at the intersection of engineering, impact and corporate philanthropy

Diverse writing samples

Exposure to a global audience

Connection to experts and rising engineers across the globe dedicated to social impact

Opportunity for training on tools as interested (ex. Sprout, WordPress, Figma, etc)

Multidisciplinary learning opportunities associated with the E4C Fellowship training

Mentorship and support from Autodesk Foundation leadership


Skilled in distilling complex information into digestible formats

Understanding of Autodesk software

Strong writer and communicator

Journalism, marketing, and/or communications experience


Deadline: March 31, 2023 | 20-25 hrs / week | May-September | Work remotely online anywhere worldwide

Application form: https://forms.gle/vok9vMWBZVBAAFvF7

Additional Information

The application form serves two distinct editorial fellowships. Both are described in the form.