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Offered by The National Press Club Journalism Institute
Are you a student pursuing graduate studies in journalism? If so, consider applying for the Dennis and Shirley Feldman fellowship! The scholarship is open to students enrolled in or currently applying for admission to an accredited graduate program in journalism in the U.S. It is offered by The National Press Club Journalism Institute, a non-profit organization that promotes an engaged global citizenry and equips journalists with the skills to inform the public in ways that inspire a more representative democracy. The scholarship is named for journalist and public relations advisor Dennis Feldman, and his wife, Shirley. Each year, a one-time stipend of $5,000 is awarded to one (1) lucky student to help pay for their postgraduate tuition costs. If you’re passionate about journalism and are looking for some help to pay off your graduate degree, we encourage you to apply!
This scholarship is open to students enrolled in, or in the process of applying for, admission to an accredited graduate program in journalism in the U.S. Applicants must also meet the below eligibility requirements.
To apply for this scholarship, students must submit an online application, a short elevator pitch of no more than 150 words, and five work examples demonstrating your ongoing experience and/or interest in journalism. You must also submit the below application materials.
Proof of enrollment
Letter of Recommendation
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