Eligibility: Graduate, 2nd, and 3rd year students.
This scholarship will be awarded to an individual or team of two for a broadcast or digital entry that shows exceptional storytelling, creativity and quality. In the case of a team, the scholarship will be divided equally.
Eligibility: 3rd or final year students.
Candidates must submit a radio documentary or podcast with a maximum length of 30 minutes.
Eligibility: Students at all levels.
Entrants must submit a complete radio, podcast or TV interview (not an excerpt). Prepared questions and short background material must accompany the online submission.
Eligibility: Students at all levels with an interest in business journalism.
The candidate must submit a broadcast or digital business news story or feature that demonstrates an ability to grasp business issues and presents information in a clear, well-written and compelling way.
Eligibility: Students at all levels from Atlantic Canada.
The candidate must submit a news story in digital or broadcast format. Documentation supporting residency is required.
Eligibility: Students of any year.
The candidate must submit a news story or feature published on a university or college affiliated website and/or social media platform which was submitted as an assignment for marks. URL and screen grabs of any other supporting content is required. In addition, a letter of support from your supervisor must be included in the application.
Eligibility: Black, Indigenous, or people from racialized communities. Persons of colour attending a college or university journalism or communication program. Students at all levels.
Candidates must submit a news or feature story in digital or broadcast format. In addition, a letter of support from your supervisor must be included in the application.
This additional scholarship will be awarded to one of the winners of the above categories deemed to be the best overall. In the case of an entry produced by a team of two, the scholarship award will be divided equally.