Broadcast Education Foundation Offering $29,000 in Scholarshipsposted on 2.21.2022
- Future Engineers, Marketers, Journalists Invited to Apply
Texas college or technical school students pursuing careers in engineering, marketing, business or journalism can apply for up to $29,000 in Texas Broadcast Education Foundation scholarships to be awarded for the 2022-23 school year.
The electronic application deadline is April 1.
Station managers are encouraged to share this opportunity with their student interns or other staff still working toward degrees.
UT-Austin and Texas Tech University students, especially, should note that the Lady Bird Johnson and Wendell Mayes, Jr. named scholarships are designated for students at those institutions.
Two scholarships may be awarded to students at a two-year or technical school, or any college or university in Texas, while the remaining grants are reserved for students attending a four-year college or university.
Eight scholarships in the amount of $3,000 each are up for grabs, along with the $5,000 Ann Arnold Scholarship for juniors, seniors or graduate students focusing on broadcast journalism.
The Texas Broadcast Education Foundation was formed in 1973 to further TAB’s mission of advancing the broadcast industry by helping to ensure the development of qualified professionals for the industry, fostering a stronger relationship between higher education and the profession, promoting a greater understanding of ethics and societal responsibility of broadcasters, and supporting potential and commitment in future broadcasters.
TBEF is a 501(c)(3) charitable corporation and contributions are tax-deductible for income tax purposes.
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