ACES Bill Walsh Scholarship

$3,000

November 15, 2020

Awards Available: 6

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Bill Walsh scholarship will go to an applicant who aspires to edit news and who demonstrates the talent and passion for language that Bill devoted his life to. The scholarships are open to college juniors, seniors and graduate students who have demonstrated an interest in and aptitude for copy editing jobs or internships. For more information and to download the application form, please visit the sponsor's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 333 W. State St.
  • Milwaukee, WI 53203
  • alex@aceseditors.org

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Latrisa B  on 9/15/2020 8:10:49 PM

Hi I have decided to go back to school after being a house mom for years my oldest child is 34. I am reaching my senior year I would like to apply for the scholarship to help reach my educational goals. I am currently pursuing a double major Nursing/Psychology.

Rajeev Maharjan  on 9/13/2020 10:14:33 AM

Hello, My name is Rajeev Maharjan. I'm in in senor year for my undergraduate schooling. I'm student of business management, minoring in finance, international business in ROSEMONT COLLEGE. This scholarship is really important for me because in order to graduate and achieve my degree i have too clear my debts. I'm an international student from Nepal and as we all know this is very critical situation because of coronavirus. My financial condition is very bad plus this is my last semester. If get graduate then I would put my hundred percent in job. Working for the people, for the government. Want to explore how a business management can plays an role in journalist view and journalism.

Casey Paul  on 7/15/2020 11:04:19 AM

Hey, My name is Casey Paul and I am a Junior at Northeastern State University. I'm aspiring to be a investigative journalist in the politcal realm and be a voice of truth for the American people. i want to restore confidence and faith in journalism. The state of media and journalism right now is a disgrace. We need individuals with strong moral fortitude to lead us in our fight against Tyranny

Kiara S  on 3/24/2020 7:19:12 PM

I have never applied for this internship but I would like to apply for it to reach my goals as an aspiring broadcast journalist.

Vincent S  on 2/3/2016 7:10:47 PM

I'm applying for this scholarship because I want to be the best journalist I can be. I strive to make a difference.

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