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NABJ Congratulates Our 2019 Scholarship Recipients

Friday, October 11, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Kanya Stewart
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The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) congratulates our 2019 scholarship recipients.
 
NABJ awards scholarships annually to deserving students interested in pursuing careers in journalism or media-related fields. This year, NABJ awarded $80,000 in scholarships with the help of our members, supporters and partners.
 
 
 
Camille Respess
University of Florida
Acel Moore Scholarship for Community Journalism
Award Amount: $3,000
 
 
Stefan Sykes
Columbia University
Acel Moore Scholarship for Community Journalism
Award Amount: $3,000
 
Jazmin Goodwin
Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY
Dr. Sheila Brooks NABJ Entrepreneur Scholarship
Award Amount:$2,500
 
 
Nina Torres
Florida Memorial University
Isiah Thomas Sports & Entertainment Scholarship
Award Amount: $5,000
 
 
Sterling Bright
Florida A&M University
Larry Whiteside Scholarship
Award Amount: $5,000
 
Tyisha Blade
Cleveland State University
Les Payne Founder’s Scholarship
Award Amount: $2,500
 
 
Levar Alonzo
New York University
NABJ Scholarship
Award Amount: $2,500
 
 
Kayla Stewart
New York University
NABJ Scholarship
Award Amount: $2,500
 
Alyssa Burr
Michigan State University
NABJ Founder’s Scholarship: Carole Bartel
Award Amount: $2,500
 
 
Ashlea Brown
Spelman College
NABJ President’s Scholarship: Chuck Stone
Award Amount: $2,500
 
 
Juliet Ball
Texas A&M University
NABJ-ESPN Stuart Scott Internship-Scholarship
Award Amount: $3,500
 
Evelyn Downer
San Jose State University
Visual Task Force Scholarship
Award Amount: $1,500
 
 
Donnie Minor
Central Michigan University
Visual Task Force Scholarship
Award Amount: $1,500
 
 
Zoe Jackson
Western Michigan University
Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship
Award Amount: $10,000
 
 
Marry Lima Ferreira Busquet
Rutgers University - School of Communication and Information
Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship
Award Amount: $10,000
 
 
Jackline Kemigisa
New York University - Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute
Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship
Award Amount: $10,000
 
 
 
 
Chilee Agunanna
New York Film Academy
Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship
Award Amount: $10,000
 
 
Cara Hackett
American University
Facebook Journalism Project Scholarship
Award Amount: $2,000
 
 
Tony Betton Jr.
Georgia State University
Region III Scholarship
Award Amount: $500

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