Ennes Educational Foundation Trust is keen on supporting the young generation and bringing creative minds to the Broadcasting field. Do you have a considerable interest in broadcasting? Then this is your call. Ennes Educational Foundation Trust is expecting applications for their Ennes Educational Foundation Scholarships. The eligibility requirements of each scholarship may differ, but the common criteria are that the applicant should be interested in the field of Broadcasting. This scholarship will provide students with great support who are willing to expand the field of broadcasting along with growing their careers with higher education. Candidates who are passionate about the broadcasting field have an exciting opportunity.
The primary goal of the foundation behind initiating this program is to support the deserving applicants who are very passionate about the broadcasting filed. The foundation believes that every deserving person should get equal opportunity to achieve their dreams no matter what their age is. This program encourages people to complete their education and grow their career in the right direction with the help of knowledge. The foundation aims to grow the field or manufacturing and engineering through this program by supporting the education of the students.
The Society of Broadcast Engineers is the professional organization of television and radio engineers and those in related fields. The SBE offers the preeminent technical broadcast certification program in the U.S. and an expansive list of educational programs for broadcast engineers, operators, technicians, and broadcast IT, professionals. The Harold Ennes Scholarship Fund Trust was initiated by Indianapolis SBE Chapter 25 in 1980 in memory of Harold E. Ennes, author of many textbooks for broadcast and broadcast-related communications training and a member of the Indianapolis chapter. Ennes (pronounced “ENN-ess”) was a member of the national SBE Certification Committee and made many contributions to the early development of the Certification Program.
|Organization||Ennes Educational Foundation|
|Educational Level||High school students|
|Number of Awards||5|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||July 1, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible?
The eligibility requirements for each scholarship is different, as mentioned below:
- Candidates who have a career interest in technical aspects of Broadcasting and have work experience in broadcast engineering who are interested in continuing their education in order to advance their careers are welcome for Ennes or Greenberg Scholarship. Preference is given to those who are employed at least part-time in broadcast engineering and to those who are SBE members.
- For Youth Scholarship candidates must be in their senior year of high school, anticipating graduation by the spring of 2021, intent to enroll at a technical school, college, or university in the fall of 2021.
- For John H. Battison, Founder’s Schaolsthip is available to graduating high school seniors or those already actively employed in the broadcasting engineering field.
How to Apply
Only the eligible candidates should begin with the application process. All the applicants should fill the online application form with all the required details and the documents needed for the program. The completed application should be mailed or emailed to the Society of Broadcasting Engineers, 9102 North Meridian Street, Suite 105, Indianapolis, IN 46260, email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Late applications will not be considered for any of the scholarships.
- Completed application form.
- Submit a technical paper of 400-500 words on a broadcasting engineering topic of their choice for potential use in an SBE publication.
Five selected individuals will receive the scholarship of $2500 each, depending upon the available funds. This program motivates students to resume their careers in the broadcast field. It provides the necessary funds to complete their education and reach the highest or success.
Please submit your application before July 1, 2021.