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California Broadcasters Association Scholarship

$8,000

March 22, 2020

Awards Available: 4

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Association Board of Directors awards two $1,000 scholarships for radio and two $1000 scholarships for
    television each semester. Applicants should be enrolled college student working as an intern at any California Broadcasters
    Association member radio or television station. There are no minimum hours per week requirements. More than one intern may apply from each station. Any employee (or their child) of a CBA member station enrolled as a college student majoring in a broadcast-related field (communications, journalism, engineering, marketing, etc.) may apply. Must be currently enrolled in a California school or be up to 6 months graduated with an overall 2.5 GPA. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Daliah Karajeh
  • 915 L Street
  • Suite 1150
  • Sacramento, CA 95814
  • dkarajeh@yourcba.com
  • 916-444-2237

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