duPont Manual High School’s Journalism and Communication Program offers an outstanding education for students, enabling them to attend some of the best Universities in the country. In order to help students afford these schools, below you will find a list of scholarships related to journalism and similar fields of study. If you know of any other opportunities, please contact us.
Publishers Scholarships for Manual J&C Students Only
Each Spring the Publisher Board of Directors determines how much they can set aside for student scholarships. The amounts have ranged from $500 to $1,000 dollars, which were awarded directly to students for the costs associated with attending college.
Applicant must be graduating from duPont Manual High School’s J&C magnet in Spring 2019.
The applicant must be planning to work toward a post-secondary degree in journalism, communication, creative writing, digital design or a related field.
One member of the applicant’s household must have been a member of Publishers each year the applicant attended duPont Manual High School.
The student must have a minimum 2.5 GPA.
Manual Scholarship Sources
Scholarships: Journalism, Communications and Related Fields
New York Women in Communications: $5,000 annually, non-renewable.
The Thomas Wolfe Scholarship for student writers Specifically for University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
100 Black Men of America, Louisville Chapter – website not available. Email Jerry Ledbetter
Bronfman.org Begins with a free year on Israel. Open to Jewish high school Juniors.
Horatio Alger Scholarship Programs Needs based
Quest Bridge Needs based
Ron Brown Scholar Program Scholarships for Black/African American Students
Ronald McDonald House Charities for students who are active in their communities