Students: Time to apply for travel grants and SND Foundation Scholarship

Deadlines are looming for two SND Foundation programs to help students to further their education and experience. Don’t miss the deadlines to apply.

Annual workshop travel grants

SNDF offers students grants to help them attend the Annual Workshop and Exhibition in Cleveland, Ohio, on Oct. 11-13. Each grant covers the $220 registration fee to the workshop as well as a $500 travel stipend. Grant recipients agree to volunteer at least eight hours assisting on-site, either with conference logistics or live Web coverage.

To apply, fill out and submit this form by May 28.

SND Foundation Scholarship

Annually, SNDF awards this scholarship to a deserving student interested in and showing promise for pursuing a career in visual journalism. The cash award is $2,000.

This award is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors at any accredited four-year school worldwide. The student must be a member in good standing of the Society for News Design. The annual award is renewable once, but recipients must re-apply for consideration.

The scholarship recognizes potential for excellence in print, interactive design and both.

All applicants must be a journalism major or major in a field of related study with the intent of pursuing a career in visual journalism.

All applicants will be assessed on four areas: talent, scholarship, service and character. Submission requirements are outlined in full at the link below.

To apply, fill out and submit this form and requested materials by June 4.

If you have questions, please contact:
Jennifer George-Palilonis
Assistant Professor
George & Frances Ball Distinguished Professor of Multimedia Journalism
Ball State University
[email protected]
Vice Head, AEJMC Visual Communication Division
Education Director, Society for News Design

About Denise M. Reagan

Denise M. Reagan is SND Foundation president, Assistant Managing Editor for visuals at The Florida Times-Union/ and an adjunct professor at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications.

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