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Religion Newswriters Association

Religion Newswriters Association

PO Box 2037
Westerville, OH 43086-2037
Ph: (614)891-9001
Fax: (614)891-9774
E-mail: [email protected]

Lily Scholarships in Religion for Journalists (Professional Development/Scholarship)

Purpose: To help journalists achieve excellence in writing and reporting in faith, values, ethics and spirituality in the news media. Focus: Journalism. Qualif.: Applicants must be full-time print and broadcast journalists working at general circulation or non-religious media. Freelance journalists are also eligible to apply. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on demonstrated interest in the field of journalism.

Funds Avail.: $5,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit a completed application form and must show an evidence of employment as full-time journalists in a secular news media. Deadline: January 1; April 1; July 1 and October 1. Contact: Amy Schiska at the above address (see entry 6020).

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