Technician grant deadline Aug. 10
The daily newspaper, Technician, has up to 10, $1,000 grants available annually to students with fewer than 36 college course hours. Technician awards a grant to incoming freshmen and full-time students who have completed fewer than 36 credit hours and who want to be a part of N.C. State’s student newspaper. Students who will be considered should plan on holding a leadership role with the newspaper in the near future and must have continuous service on staff to continue receiving the grant. All recipients must have and/or must maintain a 2.50 university grade point average.
Students who are awarded the scholarship will receive $500 at the beginning of each fall and spring semester, while still being paid as a regular reporter, editor, designer or photographer. Up to 10 grants, renewable for up to four years, will be awarded for each academic year.
Deadline for the application is the second Friday in August at 5 p.m. Recipients will be notified the following week. Contact Patrick Neal with questions or for more information.
Applicants should send a letter of interest, three clips of past published work (not entire publications) secured to letter-size paper suitable for copying, a resume and two letters of recommendation from instructors, professional staff or non-student supervisors to:
NCSU Student Media
307 Witherspoon CB7318
Raleigh, NC 27695
Remember when submitting applications to any such scholarship or grant that presentation counts. Send the required amount of material but do not send extra material.