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Offered by Radio Television Digital News Association
Are you a young, aspiring journalist of color who is currently studying journalism (or a related field) as a college sophomore, junior, or senior? If that sounds like you, consider applying for the Ed Bradley scholarship! Established by former White House TV Correspondent and 60 Minutes reporter Ed Bradley, the scholarship awards $10,000 to one hardworking student of color each year. In order to apply, students must submit an online application, a resume, letter of recommendation, and relevant cover letter. If you’re passionate about journalism and are looking for some help to pay off college costs, we encourage you to apply!
This scholarship is open to full-time college sophomores, juniors, and seniors pursuing degrees in radio, television, or digital journalism who also meet the below eligibility requirements.
College Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors
No GPA requirement
Asian/Pacific Islander, Black/African, Hispanic/Latino, Middle Eastern, Native American
Journalism, Literature/English/Writing, Visual & Performing Arts
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To apply for this scholarship, students must submit an online application, resume and cover letter detailing their journalism experience and career goals. Applicants must also submit the below application materials.
Letter of Recommendation
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