Saturday, May 3, 2008

Journalism scholarships in Ohio

  • Hamilton Journal News/Middletown Journal Scholarships: Two newspapers in suburban Cincinnati are offering $2,500 journalism scholarships for college students from their coverage areas. The Hamilton Journal News and the Middletown Journal have each established $2,500 scholarships "to assist students in the completion of their education in career areas that serve newspapers. These areas include journalism, advertising, marketing, art, accounting and computer services." Applicants must be at least a college sophomore, demonstrate interest in pursuing a newspaper career, reside (or have parents who reside) in the communities served by the Hamilton Journal News and the Middletown Journal and have a minimum 3.0 GPA for at least the previous academic year.The filing deadline is May 8. Applications can be obtained from the Hamilton Journal News or the Middletown Journal offices or online at www.journal-news.com or 
www.middletownjournal.com. Send application and supportive materials, including college transcripts, one letter of recommendation and an essay to: James M. Cox, Jr. Foundation Scholarship, c/o Edwina Blackwell Clark, Southwest Group/Cox Ohio Publishing, 7320 Yankee Road, Liberty Twp., OH 45044.
  • SPJ-Cincinnati's Annual Hall of Fame Collegiate Scholarships: Cincinnati Area journalism students can apply for a scholarship. (Amount is not specified.) The 2009 Annual Hall of Fame Collegiate Scholarships, sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists' Greater Cincinnati Chapter, are offered to "Cincinnati metropolitan area full-time college and university upper-class undergraduate students with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and pursuing a career in journalism." Deadline is April 3. Download an application online.
  • Akron Beacon Journal Scholarships: Six $3,000 scholarships will be awarded to college journalism, public relations and communications students from Summit, Portage, Medina, Stark and Wayne counties in Ohio."The applicant must be active in any facet of journalism and/or public relations," the announcement states. "Applicants must be in good academic standing at a college or university. The applicant should be a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. Financial need will be considered." Scholarships are offered by the Akron Beacon Journal. Deadline to apply is March 2. Download an application online.



Location: Ohio

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