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Sigma Delta Chi Foundation

Sigma Delta Chi Foundation

3909 N Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Ph: (317)927-8000
Fax: (317)920-4789

Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowships for Editorial Writing (All/Fellowship)

Purpose: To provide financial assistance to outstanding editorial writers to help broaden their journalistic horizons and knowledge of the world. Focus: Editors and editing. Qualif.: Applicants must be a full-time editorial writer at a news publication located in the United States; with at least three years experience as an editorial writer; demonstrate outstanding writing and analytical abilities and ability and intent to publish work within 18 months of selection. Criteria: Applicants entry will be reviewed and evaluated by a panel of judges.

Funds Avail.: $75,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit a cover letter (containing complete contact information) stating the purpose and nature of the proposed study, a time line for accomplishing the work and a plan for how the stipend will be used; editor's endorsement; a one-page professional biography and summary of professional experience; and five samples of editorials. Deadline: July 1.

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