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Offered by The United Methodist Church
Are you an aspiring journalist or communications professional? If so, the Leonard M. Perryman Communications Scholarship for Racial Ethnic Minorities may be a great opportunity for you! This $2,500 scholarship supports undergraduates who are pursuing majors in religious journalism or mass communications. The scholarship honors the work of Leonard M. Perryman, a journalist for the United Methodist Church, and is awarded to one student each year. To be eligible, students must be from a minority background and be members of the United Methodist Church. If you are passionate about the intersection between journalism and religion, keep on reading to learn how you can apply for this scholarship!
To be eligible for this scholarship students must be pursuing a degree in journalism or communications and planning on pursuing a career in religious journalism.
Middle Eastern, Black/African, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Asian/Pacific Islander
Journalism, Literature/English/Writing, Religion
In addition to the below application materials, students will need to submit three examples of journalist work.
Proof of enrollment
Letter of Recommendation
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