anticipated deadline: March
From the HSF Website: The HSF/ McNamara Family Foundation Creative Arts Project Grant is designed to provide financial resources to outstanding Latino undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a creative arts related field: media, film, performing arts, communications, writing, etc. This grant is only intended to assist students in beginning and completing an art project. Students may be potentially eligible for grants up to $15,000.
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From the NILRR website:
### Applegate/Jackson/Parks Future Teacher Scholarship
* $1000 * Available to graduate or undergraduate students majoring in education * Applications accepted between October 1 and December 31.
### William B. Ruggles Right to Work Journalism Scholarship
* $2000 * Available to graduate or undergraduate students majoring in journalism or related majors * Applications accepted between October 1 and December 31.
From the RTDNA Website:
In 1994, RTDNF presented the first Ed Bradley Scholarship. Since then, 15 young and aspiring journalists have received the award created by the late CBS News and 60 Minutes correspondent.
Ed Bradley received the Paul White Award from RTDNA in 2000. The Paul White Award recognizes an individual’s lifetime commitment to excellence in journalism. Bradley received the First Amendment Award from RTDNF in 2005 in recognition of his support of the First Amendment rights guaranteed in the Constitution.
Scholarships given to students who are student members of the National Association of Black Journalists. Students must be journalism majors or planning on pursuing a career in journalism. Applicants must have at least one year of school left and may not have recieved a NABJ award previously.
Scholarship for juniors and seniors in broadcast communication who have maintained a 3.0 GPA. Financial need is a consideration, but student’s merit is more important.