The Philadelphia Association Of Black Journalists is offering two (2) $1,000 scholarships to Philadelphia area college students pursuing a career in journalism / multimedia arts. Those eligible for this journalism challenge must be enrolled full-time in a four-year accredited college in the Philadelphia region (Philly, South Jersey, Delaware). Applicants must be pursuing an undergraduate degree in journalism or communications (i.e. broadcast, radio, print, new media) or in another major working toward a journalism career.
The Philadelphia Association Of Black Journalists is offering one (1) $500 scholarship to a Philadelphia area college student enrolled as a part-time student (minimum 6 credits) in a four-year accredited college. Student must be pursing a degree in journalism / multimedia arts.
The Philadelphia Association Of Black Journalists is offering one (1) $1,000 scholarship to a Philadelphia area graduating High School senior actively exploring their interest in the field of journalism / multimedia arts. Student must be accepted to an undergraduate college or university in the Philadelphia region.
High School Students
1. A typed & double spaced 1200 word essay addressing the following:
High School Students:
In light of current events & social movements in our country (#metoo / #blacklivesmatter / #lovewins / #takeaknee / #womensmarch /#whyIstayed / # handsupdontshoot / #marchforourlives / etc …), what national cause have you aligned yourself with and how do you intend to make a difference as a journalist of color?
Scholarship winners receive the scholarships on Oct. 27th at the Awards & Scholarship Gala.