Name: The Ed Bradley Scholarship For Journalists
Award Amount: $10000
Information And Eligibility: The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) is proud to offer aspiring journalists a chance to win a $10,000 college scholarship. This scholarship is awarded in the name of late CBS News and 60 Minutes correspondent, Ed Bradley, recipient of The Paul White Award and The First Amendment Award, recognizing his lifetime commitment to excellence in journalism and support of the First Amendment rights guaranteed in the Constitution.
To be eligible for application, students must be currently enrolled as sophomore or higher, in an accredited college or university with at least one full academic year remaining. Students can be enrolled in any major, just as long as their intent is a career in electronic journalism. Applicants must complete the online application in full, include a cover letter with 3 to 5 links to your best and most relevant work samples (work samples should be broadcast television, radio or online news pieces), a letter of recommendation from your dean, faculty advisor or intership advisor, and provide answers to the following short essay questions: discuss your current and past journalism experience, describe how you would use the funds if you were to receive the scholarship, discuss your choice to pursue a career in electronic journalism. Students can only apply for this scholarship once.
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