September 20, 2017

UNITY Radio Internship Awarded by Native American Journalists Association

The UNITY Radio Internship is a Internship sponsored by Native American Journalists Association.

Information About the Scholarship:

Amount of Internship: Cost of convention registration, travel, and accomodations
Application Deadline: 31-March
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be Native American, be at least age 18, have serious interest in a career in radio journalism, be a full-time college student or have worked on a tribal radio station for two years or less, be available for conference July 4-11, and submit proof of age and three copies each of application, essay, work samples, resume, and references.
Eligible for: College sophomore, College junior, College senior

Awarded by:

Native American Journalists Association
555 N. Dakota St.
Vermillion, SD 57069
USA
Phone: 612 729 9244
Fax Number: 612 729 9373
Website: http://www.spencer.org

Contact Details:

Executive Director

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