Scholarships for sport "sports-journalism"
Here are a few Scholarships for sport "sports-journalism" for which you may qualify.
Louis F. Prato has dedicated more than 30 years to RTDNA and RTDNF. Lou served as secretary of the RTDNF Board of Trustees, and for more than 20 years he was treasurer of the RTDNA Board of Directors.
Lou has worked as a news director, a journalism professor, a consultant, and Director of the Penn State All Sports Museum. Lou and his wife Carole live near his alma mater, Penn State University. He is the author of The Penn State Football Encyclopedia.
In recognition of his service to RTDNA and RTDNF, and his commitment to excellence in journalism, the $1000 Lou and Carole Prato Sports Reporting Scholarship was established in 2001. It is awarded to a journalism student who brings Lou's journalism values to covering sports.
Must be officially enrolled in college and have at least one full academic year remaining.
Must be a fully enrolled college sophomore or higher to receive scholarship.
Must apply for only one scholarship.
May be enrolled in any major so long as your intent is a career in electronic journalism.
Lou Prato was RTNDA treasurer from 1981 to 2001 and continues to serve as secretary of RTNDF's Board of Trustees. Prato's friends and colleagues have endowed an RTNDF scholarship in honor of Lou and his wife, Carole. The scholarship will offer a $1,000 tuition grant to a deserving student who is planning a career as a sports reporter in television or radio. Applicants should have strong writing skills.
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