Financial Aid for Native Americans, 2001-2003 by Gail A. Schlachter, R. David Weber
By Gail A. Schlachter, R. David Weber
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Org Purpose To provide financial assistance to minority upperdivision students who are interested in preparing for a career in broadcast communications. Eligibility Applicants must be minority upper-division students (juniors or seniors) enrolled full time at an affiliated colleges of the Foundation for Independent Higher Education. They must have an interest in pursuing a career in broadcast communications and be majoring in English, journalism, or communications with an emphasis in broadcast journalism and production, media writing, or professional writing.
Org Purpose To provide work experience, career mentoring, and scholarship support to minority college students and recent graduates who are majoring in journalism. Eligibility This program is open to students enrolled at a historically Black college or university or a college or university that has significant numbers of students who are members of ethnic or racial minority groups. Deans of the journalism schools at such colleges and universities are invited to nominate up to 4 juniors, seniors, or recent graduates who are majoring or minoring in journalism or have firmly demonstrated an interest in journalism as a career.
Duration 1 year; renewable for 1 additional year with the approval of the APS selection committee. Special features APS conducts the scholarship program in conjunction with the Corporate Associates of the American Institute of Physics. Each scholarship is sponsored by a corporation, which is normally designated as the sponsor. A corporation generally sponsors from 1 to 10 scholarships, depending upon its size and utilization of physics in the business. Number awarded Varies; generally, 6 new and 11 renewed scholarships each year.