What is the Ailes Apprentice Program?

The Ailes Apprentice Program is an exclusive education program founded by Roger Ailes, Chairman & CEO, of Fox News to promote diversity within broadcast and cable journalism. Each year a select group of individuals is chosen to participate in the 12-month program which includes a full time job, competitive salary and full benefits. AAP provides its members with unique networking opportunities, shadowing experiences, and comprehensive mentorships with key Fox executives.

The 2016 Ailes Apprentice Class

Interested in Applying?

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Any current freelance employee, staff employee or former intern may be or is eligible. A candidate for the program must be in good standing with the company and be recommended by his or her manager. Candidates must provide an updated resume and will be interviewed by the Human Resources department before the final selections are made.
  • For those interested in the Ailes Apprentice Program who are currently not in any of the above categories, visit Fox News Careers at foxnews.com/careers.

Interested Candidates:

  • Internal candidates: See a member of the Human Resources department
  • External candidates: Visit Fox News Careers at foxnews.com/careers.
Roger Ailes

About Roger Ailes:

Roger Ailes serves as the Chairman and CEO of Fox News as well as the Chairman of Fox Television Stations, overseeing all national operations for Fox News, Fox’s 27 broadcast television stations, and Twentieth’s Television’s syndication group. Joining Fox News in 1996, Roger Ailes played a major role in creating major channels such as Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. Under his leadership, FNC passed CNN in ratings in all day parts in January 2002, becoming the number one news channel in America.

Coming from humble beginnings as a prop boy, Roger Ailes is proud to present the Ailes Apprentice Program, providing talented individuals of diverse backgrounds the resources needed to reach full potential and succeed in broadcast and cable journalism.