While in college I received two scholarships through the INBA Foundation to help pay expenses during two of my internships. Those experiences helped me land my first job in broadcast news.
Reporter at WFLA-TV in Tampa
Once again this year, INBA will award scholarships to four electronic journalism student members of the organization. This year's awards will be for $1,250 each and may be applied towards tuition, fees, or other educational expenses. Students must be members of a local SINBA chapter or student members of INBA. Entry deadline - March 3, 2012.
Students with questions should see their SINBA chapter adviser or contact Honors and Awards Chair Tanya Koonce at firstname.lastname@example.org
INBA's Scholarships are funded through the financial support of the INBA Foundation, a seperate non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the ideals that INBA represents. Many, many people have generously contributed to the Foundation's success through time, money, and scholarship auction items. To all of you-- past, present, and future-- thank you!