Salt Lake Tribune Scholarship

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Type: Scholarship

The Salt Lake Tribune invites any student with a genuine interest in professional journalism to apply for this scholarship. This includes Mass Communication/Journalism students and students from other academic disciplines who wish to write professionally about their area of expertise. For example, a candidate may be a horticulture student who dreams of writing an article or newspaper column on this subject. The Salt Lake Tribune offers two scholarships annually. Successful candidates will demonstrate great desire, aptitude, and ability to exemplify the professional standards and ethics of the Salt Lake Tribune. Applicants must have at least one semester remaining in their academic program, maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0, and submit a writing sample as part of the application process. Financial need may be considered in the final selection

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Basic requirements: o A genuine interest in pursuing a career in professional journalism o At least one semester remaining in their academic program o 3.0 GPA (cumulative) Selection will be by committee, jointly overseen and administered by the SLCC Development office, Financial Aid office, and Mass Communication staff. For more information contact: SLCC at

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