09 May Apply for our SPJ Western Washington 2021 student journalism scholarships
The Western Washington chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists awards annual scholarships and grants to journalism students from Bellingham to Vancouver. The deadline for all scholarship and grant applications is June 15. All materials should be emailed as attachments to email@example.com with an appropriate subject line for consideration.
SPJ WESTERN WASHINGTON SCHOLARSHIPS
SPJWash awards two scholarships to undergraduate students majoring in journalism at two- or four-year Washington state colleges and universities. An additional award, the June Anderson Almquist Memorial Scholarship, is offered to a female undergraduate journalism student at the University of Washington.
To apply, please send the following items to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Scholarships.” Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Scholarships are limited to students with aspirations to enter the field of journalism.
- A copy of your resume. Please include current contact information (mailing address, email and phone number). Also include what year of college you are in, your major and what year you expect to graduate.
- A copy of your unofficial transcript with all college credits.
- A personal essay of 500 words or less that answers the question, “Why have you chosen a journalism career and what do you hope to accomplish after college?”
SPJ WESTERN WASHINGTON INTERN GRANT
Internships are an important entry into journalism, but can be cost-prohibitive and prevent diverse voices from joining the field. This scholarship is intended to support an undergraduate or graduate student at a Washington state college or university who needs financial assistance to complete an internship. The amount of this grant is undetermined and will be based on the student’s financial need. To apply, please send the following items to email@example.com with the subject line “Intern grant.”
- A copy of your resume. Please include current contact information (mailing address, email and phone number).
- A written statement of fewer than 500 words explaining their internship circumstances and financial need, as well as past journalism and school experience. Please include what you hope to learn or accomplish during your internship.
- Grant amount. Tell us how much financial assistance you’ll need to complete an internship, including an itemization and justification of the amount you’ll need and why.