Are you interested in a Journalism major? We have good news for you. Either you are a high school student or a community College student or a student enrolled in a four-year college or university who is majoring or minoring in journalism and/or mass communication here is an opportunity for you to win substantial financial support. The San Diego Association of Black Journalists is excitingly welcoming students to apply for their wonderful scholarships. All the programs have varying benefits and requirements.
The San Diego Association of Black Journalists is looking forward to helping students who are willing to build successful careers in the journalism major. The association has created these scholarships to reduce the educational expenses stress on the students and help them make most of their educational opportunities in the journalism major. The association understands the students’ difficulties and wish to come up with some effective solution to help them out.
The San Diego Association of Black Journalists is the local chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ). The SDABJ is a 501(c) (3) organization founded in 2000 by a small group of journalists and communications professionals like Maria Hunt, Jerry McCormick, Ozzie Roberts, Gil Griffin, Bernie Jones, Samuel Altman, Lisa Lake, Booker Crenshaw and Kelly Williams. SDABJ has nearly twenty registered members working in print, broadcast, public relations and academia.
Candidates can check the table below for more information about the Scholarship:
|Organization||San Diego Association of Black Journalists|
|Educational Level||High school senior|
|Number of Awards||Multiple|
|Application Deadline||March 31, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible
All the programs have differing needs.
Take a look at the basic needs you have to stand on to be eligible for the scholarship:
- Fellows should be interested in a Journalism major to be considered.
How to Apply
Go through the needs of scholarships and select the scholarship you are eligible for. Apply for the funds by completing the online application form. Fill the form with all the necessary data and materials to be accepted for awards. Any late submissions will not be considered. Fellows should make sure they are providing valid data only through the form. Applications must be submitted before the deadline. You must also submit your official transcripts to SDABJ at the following address:
SDABJ P.O. Box 880815
San Diego, CA 92168
- The application should be submitted with all essential documents to be accepted.
All the programs have varying funds. Some are here:
- High school students – $1,000 (2 available).
- Community college students – $300 (1 available).
- 4-Year university students – $1,500 (1 available).
Applications should be submitted before March 31, 2021. No incomplete submissions will be considered.