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Offered by National Council of Jewish Women - Los Angeles (NCJW l LA)
The Stephen L. Teller & Richard Hotson TV, Cinema, and Theater Scholarship is open to full-time community college students in Los Angeles County who are enrolled in a Film/Television/Cinema/Theater program, and preparing for a career in film, television, or theater production (excluding acting). Applicants must have completed at least 12 units of classes in their school’s Film/TV/Cinema/ Theater program to be eligible. The NCJW|LA Scholarship application cycle runs twice a year in the Spring and Fall.
If you’re attending a community college in Los Angeles County and pursuing a program and career in film, television, cinema, or theater, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
NCJW|LA is committed to advancing economic justice for women and their families. In addition to their direct service programs; they support the passage of laws and policies that ensure economic security, promote dignity in the work place, and expand the safety net for families who are struggling.
In addition to meeting the eligibility criteria below, applicants must be attending a school in Los Angeles County.
TV/Radio Broadcasting, Film/Video Production
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
Proof of enrollment
Letters of Recommendation
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