American Copy Editors Society Scholarship
- Website Address
- Alex Cruden
- 333 W. State St.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- Milwaukee, WI 53203
- Email Address
- Application Deadline
- November 16, 2016
- Number Of Awards
- Maximum Amount
- Scholarship Description
- Finding and hiring talented copy editors has always been challenging, but a world hungry for information needs copy editors more than ever. To help meet that need, the American Copy Editors Society has awarded scholarships to deserving students since 1999. College juniors, seniors and graduate students who have demonstrated an interest in and aptitude for copy editing can apply for several scholarships awarded each year ny the ACES Education Fund, an affiliate of the American Copy Editors Society.
The scholarships are open to students who will be college juniors, seniors or graduate students in the fall, and to graduating students who will take full-time copy editing jobs or internships. Applications will be evaluated by a panel of five experienced copy editors.
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