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Ohio Newspapers Foundation Minority Scholarship

Applicant must be a collegebound high school senior and enroll as a college freshman at an Ohio college or university for the coming school year. The applicant should be planning on majoring in journalism.


A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Two letters of recommendation from high school faculty members familiar with the student's work and career interests, with special emphasis on student's financial need.

Must demonstrate ability to write clearly in an autobiography of 750 to 1,000 words describing academic and career interests, awards, extracurricular activities and any journalism-related activities.

Applicant must be African American, Hispanic, Asian American or American Indian.

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