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Carl Greenberg Scholarship

Scholarship Description

This scholarship is awarded to a college student pursuing investigative or political reporting. Carl Greenberg was a political reporter at the Los Angeles Times, famed for being singled out by Richard Nixon as the only reporter who covered him “fairly.” ($1,000).

The Carl Greenberg Scholarship is for students who are pursuing a career in investigative or political reporting.  1. You must provide proof that you are enrolled or have been accepted as a journalism major at a four-year college.  (If your college does not have a journalism program, you must supply a letter from a member in good standing of the Society of Professional Journalists in your geographic area, verifying that you intend to pursue a career as a professional journalist and that you show strong potential as a journalist.)  Students in fields such as advertising, public relations, publicity or law are not eligible.  Students completing pre-journalism programs must provide proof that they have been admitted to a journalism program.  2. You must have completed at least your sophomore year in college, and you must have at least one semester to complete in a journalism program after the awards of the scholarship.  Graduate students in journalism programs are eligible.  3. You must be a resident of Los Angeles, Ventura or Orange counties or be enrolled at a university in one of those three California counties.  4. If you have received a chapter scholarship and continue to meet the eligibility requirements, you may apply to have the scholarship renewed.  Renewal requests are considered along with all other scholarships applications and are given no preference.  5. You may apply for more than one scholarship, but no more than one scholarship will be awarded to any applicant.  The application form allows you to check off all scholarships for which you are applying on a single page.  Do not file separate application forms for each scholarship.  Multiple applications will be discarded.  6.  Awards are made primarily on the basis of accomplishments and potential.  Financial need will be considered in making selections between otherwise equally qualified applicants.

Year of Need: College Junior, College Senior, College 5th Year, 1st Year Grad, 2nd Year Grad,

Type: Merit Based

Num Awards: 1

Min Award: 1000

Max Award: 1,000

Deadline: 2017-07-15

Website: http://spjla.org/

Sponsoring Organization Society of Professional Journalists Greater Los Angeles Chapter
1250 Bellflower
Long Beach, CA 90840

Contact Person: Applications by e-mail to Tami Abdollah and Tammy Audi

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Web: http://spjla.org/

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