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Robert W. Mong, Jr. Journalism Scholarship

$3,000

April 20, 2021

Awards Available: 3

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Robert W. Mong, Jr. Journalism Scholarship Fund was created in 2010 to award scholarships to deserving high school seniors pursuing a career in journalism. This is a one-time, non-renewable award/scholarship. Funds awarded must be used to cover college tuition or fees. If the Scholarship Review Committee determines that no applicants meet the eligibility requirements or qualifications to receive the award, then the committee may elect to not award any scholarships for that given year. Applicants must: be a U.S. Citizen or legal, permanent resident with a permanent resident card; be a graduating senior of a North Texas High school and be a resident of Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Kaufman, Rockwall, or Tarrant County; havea minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; show a demonstrated aptitude for print journalism, as well as plan to pursue a four-year degree in journalism; and, exhibit community service leadership. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • Regan Place at Old Parkland
  • 3963 Maple Avenue, Suite 390
  • Dallas, TX 75219
  • scholarships@dallasfoundation.org
  • 217-741-9898

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