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American Journalism Review Awards and Fellowships
This site provides information on the Awards, Grants and Scholarships which normally appear October issue of American Journalism Review (AJR) each year. Many of the competitions are annual events; if the deadline has passed, you're encouraged to prepare for next year.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

American Political Science Association/MCI
Communications Fellowships for Scholars and Journalists
Intended for scholars and journalists who have an analytical interest in communications and public policy and who show promise of making a signficant contribution to the public's understanding of the political process.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

American Political Science Association
Congressional Fellowships
Founded in 1953, the APSA Congressional Fellowship Program is the nation's oldest and most prestigious congressional fellowship. More than fifty years later, the program remains devoted to its original objective of expanding knowledge and awareness of Congress. For nine months, select political scientists, journalists, doctors, federal executives and international scholars gain "hands on" understanding of the legislative process by serving on congressional staffs. Through this unique opportunity, the Association enhances public understanding of policy-making and improves the quality of scholarship, teaching and reporting on American national politics.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)
Scholarships, Internships
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Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA)
Sports Journalism Institute Internship
Deadline : November 2
The Associated Press Sports Editors established the institute to increase racial and gender diversity in the sports departments of America’s newsrooms. APSE formed partnerships with AAJA, the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists to connect the institute’s opportunities with college students aspiring to be sports journalists. The program combines an intensive week of instruction from top professionals with an eight-week paid internship at a print, digital or electronic media outlet. Class session topics range from ethics to photo editing, to how to keep a running score at a baseball game to copy editing. Upon completion of the program, college students receive a $500 scholarship.
Also listed under Grants for Individuals - Journalism, Internships
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Associated Collegiate Press
Lists college job and internship opportunities, and occasional contest information.
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Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)
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Association for Women in Sports Media
Internship/Scholarship Program
The Association for Women in Sports Media offers an annual scholarship/internship program for female college students who plan to pursue careers in any sports communications fields: writing, copy editing, public relations, broadcasting, Internet or photography. Winners in each category receive a $1,000 scholarship and an internship.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Dart Award for Excellence in Reporting on Victims of Abuse
The Dart Award for Excellence in Reporting on Victims of Violence recognizes outstanding newspaper coverage of victims and their experiences. The award features a $10,000 prize for the entry that best illustrates the effects of violence on its victims and the ways individuals cope with emotional trauma. It is funded by the Dart Foundation of Mason, Michigan, and offered through the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma in the University of Washington School of Communications.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma
Ochberg Fellows
The Dart Center provides six or more expense-paid fellowships to mid-career journalists who want to apply knowledge of emotional trauma to improving coverage of violent events. The Dart Fellowships are open to print and broadcast reporters, photographers, editors and producers with at least five years of journalism experience. Fellows will attend a two-day seminar on the role emotional trauma plays in coverage of violent events, then will have access to all events and speakers in the annual conference of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (istss.org).
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Databazaar Scholarship Fund
A funding opportunity for undergraduate students in the fields of visual communication, broadcast journalism, filmmaking and photography. 2 annual grants of $2,500 each are available to support excellence in the visual fields and promote understanding between the USA and South Asia.
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Dow Jones Newspaper Fund
Scholarships and Internship Listings
Provides links to journalism-related scholarships, fellowships, internships and other career resources such as job fairs and job postings. The information here is useful for students in high school and college and for practicing professionals. Many of the links lead to home pages of organizations offering journalistic opportunities, or include contact information necessary to apply for programs.
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Financial Aid, Scholarships, Fellowships and Postdoctoral Awards in Media Communications
Covers Advertising, Communications, Filmmaking, Journalism, Marketing, Motion Pictures, Print, Radio, Television, Writing. A compilation of resources by Francisco Alberto Tomei Torres, Ph.D. Covers Advertising, Communications, Filmmaking, Journalism, Marketing, Motion Pictures, Print, Radio, Television, Writing.
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Freedom Forum
Chips Quinn Scholarship Program
This year-round program sponsored by The Freedom Forum provides training, internships and $1,000 scholarships to college students of color who are pursuing careers in print journalism. College juniors, seniors or recent graduates with majors or career goals in journalism are eligible to be nominated by their schools, by newspaper editors or by direct application with supporting letters of endorsement. Nominees must be majoring or minoring in journalism or have firmly demonstrated an interest in journalism as a career.
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Friendly Press Fellowships (The Alfred)
This program offers ten fellowships annually to various print journalists from developing and transitional countries around the world with an emerging free press. Fellows spend five months working at a United States print media organization. Fellows also attend three journalism seminars. This program covers all international and domestic travel expenses, as well as a $1,400 monthly stipend. For more information contact the organization at 1616 H Street, NW, Third Floor, Washington, DC 20006; Phone: (202) 737-4414; Fax: (202) 737-4416; Email: info@pressfellowships.org
(Last checked 06/18/14)

The Fund for Investigative Journalism
The Fund for Investigative Journalism gives grants, ranging from $500 to $10,000, to reporters working outside the protection and backing of major news organizations. These grants are limited to journalists seeking help for investigative pieces involving corruption, malfeasance, incompetence and societal ills in general as well as for media criticism.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Grants and Awards Available to American Writers
Available online for MSU faculty, staff, and students via the MSU Libraries Online Catalog
A comprehensive list of awards by the P.E.N. American Center available to American and Canadian writers for use in the U.S. or abroad. Earlier print edition [22nd or 2002/03] still available in the Main Library Reference (1 East) Funding Center PN171 .P75 G73.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Human Rights Watch
The Fund for Free Expression Hellman-Hammett Grants
The Fund for Free Expression, a division of Human Rights Watch, grants $3,000 to $10,000 to writers who are in financial need as a result of political persecution. The grantee is selected by a five-member selection committee. In addition, the Fund makes small emergency grants of up to $2,000 for writers in urgent need to leave their country. For more information contact the Human Rights Watch, 485 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10017; Phone: (212) 972-8400; Fax: (212) 972-0905.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

International Center for Journalists
The International Center for Journalists has a number of fellowships available for journalists in the United States and around the world, including the
(1) The Arthur F. Burns Fellowships Program : an exchange between German and U.S. journalists. Fellows work for two months at news organizations in one another's countries. Many have used the program as a springboard to leadership positions in U.S. and German media.
(2) Scripps Howard Semester : a Washington internship program bringing three international students per year to Washington, D.C., to work at the Scripps Howard News Service for 10 to 14 weeks each.
(3) The Knight International Journalism Fellowships : This program sends international media professionals to countries around the world for a year or longer to work on projects with lasting impact. In addition, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is sponsoring fellowships to improve coverage of health in Africa.
(4) The World Affairs Journalism Fellowships : This program improves coverage of global issues in U.S. media by sending journalist abroad to report on international stories of local importance. Participants have won numerous regional and national awards.
(5) The McGee Journalism Fellowship in Southern Africa : This program sends a media expert each year to teach at the University of Botswana's Media Studeis Department and to lead other projects designed to improve journalism in that country.
(6) The International Journalism Exchange : This program brings top newspaper and online editors from around the world to the U.S. for a five-week program, including several weeks of hands-on training in newsrooms. Conducted with the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
(7) U.S. - Austria Exchange : Four outstanding media professionals from the United States and Austria are awarded an opportunity to report from and travel in each other's countries.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
Journalism Fellowships
Lists opportunities open to all journalists, regardless of nationality, unless otherwise specified. Applicants generally must have three to five years of professional journalism experience and fluency in English.
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International Federation of Journalists
Currently describes three prizes:
(1) Real Life Matters: The IFJ Prize for Excellence in Reporting Drugs and HIV/AIDS
(2) The IFJ Journalism for Tolerance Prize: Excellence in Journalism Combating Racism and Discrimination
(3) The Europe Prize - Journalism for a Changing World Excellence in Reporting European and Global Issues
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Journalism Fellowships
A compilation by NewsLab.
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Journalism Fellowships And Other Awards and Opportunities
Lists more than 50 fellowships, scholarships and awards specifically aimed at young, college and early-career journalists. Mark Grabowski, Esq., Journalism Professor, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ; (732) 571-4425
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Journalism/Media RFPs Posted by the Foundation Center PND Digest
Each RFP listing provides a brief overview of a current funding opportunity offered by a foundation or other grantmaking organization. Interested applicants should read the full RFP at the grantmaker's Web site or contact the grantmaker directly for complete program guidelines and eligibility requirements before submitting a proposal to that grantmaker.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

The Journalist's Road to Success : A Career and Scholarship Guide
A directory of fellowships, scholarships, and internships published by the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund. Many are reserved for minorities.
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Kiplinger Program for Public Affairs Journalists at The Ohio State University
In a world with too many stories to cover and too many deadlines to meet, the distinguished Kiplinger Program for Public Affairs journalism is offering talented, mid-career journalists are rare commodity: Time. The select few chosen for the program will be given six months to work on a public affairs project of their choice, as well as take a rich array of classes for university credit (with approval) toward a new or advanced degree. They may also mentor aspiring journalists at the award-winning college newspaper, The Lantern.
Successful applicants will begin the program, housed in the ultra modern Page Hall in the hub of campus, in January. For their six-month participation, they will receive a $20,000 stipend plus medical benefits and free tuition (with approval). Upon completion, Fellows will receive a Certificate in Public Affairs Journalism from the John Glenn Institute for Public Service and Public Policy, as well as a transcript reflecting credit for coursework.
Among other requirements, applicants must have:
(1) At least five years of journalism experience
(2) A proposal for an independent work of public affairs journalism
(3) A brief autobiography, resume and work samples
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Knight Foundation
The web site offers descriptions of Knight Foundation's four program areas — Community Initiatives, Journalism, Education and Arts and Culture including our initiatives as well as application guidelines. Note: Detroit, Michigan is one of the 26 favored locations.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism
The Knight-Bagehot Fellowship Program in Economics and Business Journalism offers qualified journalists the opportunity to enhance their understanding and knowledge of business, economics, and finance. Founded in 1975, the program was designed to meet the growing public interest in business and economics news and increasing demand for trained editors and reporters in the field. Sponsored by the Columbia University School of Journalism.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Knight Science Journalism Fellowships
MIT's mid-career program is designed primarily for experienced journalists who cover science, technology, medicine or the environment for the general public or journalists who wish to prepare themselves to cover these fields. Fellows spend an academic year on campus, attending courses and participating in weekly seminars with top researchers.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

McCormick Tribune Foundation
Funds grants to promotes development of effective and farsighted leadership for news organizations; freedom of expression for all news media; diversity of staffing and content in the news media; and full and informed coverage of national security issues. No funds for individuals.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Middlebury College
Middlebury Fellowships in Environmental Journalism
Deadline: May 15
For more information contact Christopher Shaw, Middlebury Fellowships in Environmental Journalism, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. 05753; E-mail: cshaw@middlebury.edu
(Last checked 06/18/14)

National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University
NAJP Mid-Career Fellowships recognize that many arts and cultural journalists are asked to cover topic areas or disciplines for which previous training may not have prepared them. These fellowships offer critics, reporters, and editors from print, broadcast, and electronic journalism an academic year in which to immerse themselves in a wide range of university courses, in combination with practical involvement in activities on and off campus.
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National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is an association of 3,000 journalists, media professionals and students. NABJ is dedicated to expanding job opportunities for African American journalists and students, and improving the media's coverage of the African American community and experience. NABJ annually awards summer internships to students committed to journalism careers. Successful candidates are offered paid print, broadcast or online positions at selected news organizations around the country ranging from small black-owned weekly newspapers to major market dailies and broadcast outlets.
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National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)
The National Association of Black Journalists annually awards a minimum of ten $2,500 scholarships to African American college students, and two four-year sustaining scholarships to high school students who are planning to pursue a career in journalism. Any foreign or US student currently attending an accredited four-year college or university or any foreign or US high school senior is eligible to compete for a NABJ scholarship.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ)
Deadline : March 28
NAHJ will once again offer at least $80,000 in scholarships for the 2011-2012 school year to full-time undergraduate and graduate students pursuing careers in journalism in English- or Spanish-language media, or both. The series of scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 have varying requirements and are open to students attending four-year and community colleges in the United States and Puerto Rico.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

National Association of Science Writers
Science Journalism Awards
(1) NASW Science in Society Journalism Awards for investigative or interpretive reporting about the sciences and their impact for good and bad, especially the kind of critical, probing work that would not receive an award from an interest group. Cash prizes of $2,500 for writing judged best in each of three categories: books, periodicals, and electronic media.
(2) Evert Clark/Seth Payne Award for Young Science Journalists to encourage young science writers by recognizing outstanding reporting and writing in any field of science. The winner will receive $1,000 and expenses to attend the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
(3) Links to other pages with listings of awards for journalism and science writing.
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National Federation of Press Women (NFPW)
Sponsors Annual Communications Contest with prizes range from $100 to $250.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

National Gay & Lesbian Task Force Interns and Fellows
The Task Force has graduate and undergraduate internships available each school session for college and university students or recent graduates covering a variety of disciplines. Internships are generally located in the Washington, D.C., office but a limited number of positions may be available at staff locations in Cambridge, Mass., New York, N.Y., and Los Angeles, Calf., depending on availability and applicant qualifications.
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National Press Club Scholarships
The National Press Club awards annual scholarships for undergraduate and graduate studies in journalism. Currently offer a Scholarship for Journalism Diversity, a Feldman Fellowship for Graduate Studies in Journalism, and a Richard G. Zimmerman Journalism Scholarship.
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National Press Foundation
Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowships
The Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowships are a unique program to help journalists assigned to cover Washington on behalf of regional news organizations.
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National Press Photographers Foundation Scholarship Programs
This association offers (nine) one-year scholarships of one thousand dollars, a graduate bonus of $500 to help students prepare for photojournalism careers. While not limited to minorities, they are particularly sought for this program.
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Native American Journalists Association
Scholarship and Fellowship Programs
Native American journalists who are current members of NAJA, non-students, working journalists for at least two years, (who make more than 50 percent of their income as a journalist) are eligible. Fellowship funds may be used for tuition expenses, fees for travel and lodging related to attending journalistic skills building seminars or classes. Fellowship funds may also be used for one-time, job related equipment purchases. Two fellowships up to $500 (June 1 deadline) and $1000 (January 1 deadline) are available. A peer review committee from the membership and Board of Directors will decide awards.
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The Nieman Foundation for Journalism
Sponsored by Harvard University. The oldest mid-career fellowship program for journalists in the world. They are awarded to working journalists of particular accomplishment and promise for an academic year of study.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Ohio Newspapers Foundation
University Journalism Scholarships
The Ohio Newspapers Foundation will award three scholarships of $1,500 each to students who are enrolled in an Ohio college or university and majoring in journalism or an equivalent degree program. Applicants are not limited to, but preference will be given to students demonstrating a career commitment to newspaper journalism.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Overseas Press Club of America
Deadline : December 1
The Overseas Press Club Foundation has a broad mandate to improve the media's understanding of international issues and to raise the quality of news-gathering efforts in covering the world. The most tangible expression of this charter is a scholarship program for undergraduate and graduate students in American colleges and universities, who aspire to become foreign correspondents. The program began in 1992 and every year offers $2,000 scholarships to 12 talented student winners of a national essay competition.
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Patterson Foundation (The Alicia)
The Alicia Patterson Foundation Program was established in 1965 in memory of Alicia Patterson, who was editor and publisher of Newsday for nearly 23 years before her death in 1963. One-year grants are awarded to working journalists to pursue independent projects of significant interest and to write articles based on their investigations for the The APF Reporter, a quarterly magazine published by the Foundation.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting funds international travel costs associated with reporting projects on topics and regions of global importance, with an emphasis on issues that have gone unreported or under-reported in the mainstream American media. The amount of individual travel grants will depend on the specific project and detailed budget planning. Most awards fall in the range of $3,000 to $10,000 but depending on project specifics may be as much as $20,000. Grants are open to all journalists, writers, or filmmakers; staff journalists as well as free-lance, of any nationality are eligible to apply. Additional information about our funding and reporting can be found throughout our web site
(Last checked 06/18/14)

Radio-Television Digital News Association
Scholarships and Fellowships
Also listed under Grants for Individuals : Communications
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Robert Novak Journalism Fellowships
Deadline: March 1
Awards $50,000 full-time fellowships and $25,000 part-time fellowships to working journalists with less than five years of professional experience in print journalism. The full-time fellowships include a $40,000 fellowship grant and up to $10,000 for expenses. The part-time fellowships consist of a $20,000 grant and up to $5,000 for expenses. Guidelines and applications are available online or by writing the foundation. Contact: The Phillips Foundation, Attention: John Farley, 7811 Montrose Road, Potomac, MD 20854; Telephone: (301) 340-7788 Ext. 6090; E-Mail: jfarley@phillips.com.
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Ruggles National Right to Work Scholarship (William B.)
An annual unrestricted $2,000 scholarship is given to an undergraduate or graduate student majoring in journalism who demonstrates the potential for successful completion of the educational requirements for the degree, and an understanding of voluntarism and the problems of compulsory unionism.
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Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism (Ted)
The Center for Environmental Journalism, an initiative of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado at Boulder, offers the Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism to help provide professional journalists with the knowledge necessary to cover the environment more effectively and enrich the public's understanding of this subject. During the nine-month program, Scripps fellows audit classes, conduct in-depth research, and reflect on critical questions without the pressure of deadlines. Through seminars and field trips, the program brings participants together with leading environmental specialists. The fellowships cover tuition and fees. In addition, a $47,000 stipend will be paid for the 2008-09 academic year. Five Ted Scripps Fellowships are awarded each year. The program is open to all full-time U.S. print or broadcast journalists interested in deepening and broadening their knowledge of environmental issues. Prior experience in covering the environment is not required.
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Stanford University
Knight Fellowships for Professional Journalists
Six fellowships are normally offered each year to professional journalists from news organizations outside the United States. In general, international applicants must have five years of professional experience. The application deadline each year is March 1, for the term beginning the following September.
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Top 50 U.S. Foundations Awarding Grants for Media and Communications
1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008
Source: FC Stats from the Foundation Center.
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TVJobs Internship Opportunities
Also listed under Internships.
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University of Michigan
Knight-Wallace Fellowships
Deadline for fall admission: February 1.
The Michigan Journalism Fellows Program provides outstanding mid-career professionals the opportunity for a sabbatical year of study. Fellows receive tuition plus a $40,000 stipend for the eight-month academic year and pursue studies of their own design. All full-time journalists, with five years' experience, are eligible.
(Last checked 06/18/14)

White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA) Scholarship
The White House Correspondents' Association offers a four-year scholarship, of $6,000 per year, to recognize the achievements and potential of a selected college-bound senior. The winner is recognized at the annual WHCA dinner.
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Ocean Science Journalism Fellowship
The program is a one-week residential experience for professional science writers and editors, print, broadcast and electronic media journalists and other science reporters and editors whose audience is the general public. An optional second week of independent study is available for those fellows interested in learning more about specific areas of ocean sciences and engineering research through partnerships with individual scientific or technical staff members. We invite you to apply, and to pass on this information to colleagues whom you think might be interested.
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World Press Institute Fellowships
Awards 10 fellowships each year to international journalists with a minimum of five years of professional experience as reporters and/or editors. WPI offers training and firsthand exposure in the role and responsibilities of a free press in a democracy. Fellows travel the United States for four months, interviewing the famous and non-famous, visiting large and small institutions, experiencing this country firsthand. All expenses are paid. Candidates must be fluent in English.
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SciVal Funding
Provides access to a searchable database of more than 12,000 active opportunities, 2.25M awards (back to 2004), and 4500 funding bodies. Geographic coverage is strongest for the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, European Commission, Australia, Ireland, Singapore, India, South Africa, and New Zealand. At present academic discipline coverage is strongest in the sciences and business; hopefully it will beef up funding information in the arts, humanities, and social sciences as time goes by.
For more information see Frequently Asked Questions: MSU Scholars (SciVal Experts/SciVal Funding)
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Foundation Grants to Individuals Online (Main Library Access Only)
Includes descriptions of more than 6,000 foundations and public charities that fund individual grantseekers, and is searchable by nine different criteria. Records provide contact information, financial data, application information, and program descriptions, with links to more than 500 foundation Web sites. Updated quarterly.
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An extensive online grants database owned and operated by Schoolhouse Partners, and it contains more than 16,000 funding opportunities provided by more than 5,100 unique sponsoring organizations. Also provides a selection of funding news.
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MSU Scholarship Search
MSU offers a wide variety of scholarships, some of which have criteria which severely limit the number of students who might be eligible for the scholarship, while others have much broader criteria. This facility should help you find those MSU scholarships for which you might be eligible. You can search either by unit (College/Department) within the University or by criteria such as major/specialization, Michigan county of permanent residence, high school, or study abroad.
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Cornell University
Graduate School Fellowships Database
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If you have access to the world wide web and are willing to fill in the online forms, this service promises a free customized list of financial aid sources. FastWeb is actually a searchable database of more than 400,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans from more than 3,000 sources for all levels of higher education. First-time visitors have to register (first and last name and a user ID), then complete a profile, including background and fields of study. Registrants then receive a list of all currently relevant funding sources. The registration information is stored and can be used on subsequent visits. The entire sign-up process, and delivery of available funding sources, can be a bit tedious: about five to twenty minutes, depending on the connection speed. Approximately 500 new scholarships are added to the database daily, so registrants can stay current. Provided courtesy of Financial Aid Information Page and Student Services, Inc. created by Mark Kantrowitz and sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
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The books mentioned on this page are available for public use in the Michigan State University Libraries. If you are unable to visit our library, consider visiting a Foundation Center Cooperating Collection in your home state or a local public library in your home town. If the books are not available there, ask about interlibrary loan or visit a local bookstore to find out whether they can be purchased.

How to Pay for Your Degree in Journalism and Related Fields. Gail Ann Schlachter and R. David Weber. El Dorado Hills, Ca. : Reference Service Press, 2002. Biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2337.2 .H696
Did you know that there are hundreds of grants, scholarships, fellowships, loans, and awards set aside specifically to support undergraduate and graduate students working on a degree in journalism, communications, broadcasting, or similar areas? Reference Service Press has brought together information on all of these funding opportunities in this new, comprehensive guide. Latest available : 2011-2013

Newspapers, Diversity, & You : Journalism Career Guide for Minorities. Princeton, N. J. : Dow Jones Newspaper Fund, Inc., annual. Approximately 48pp. Funding Center (1 East) PN4797 .J68
The 1997-99 booklet was updated for Unity '99 with new essays by Gilbert Bailon of the Dallas Morning News and Marlon Millner of dbusiness.com. This 48-page booklet features essays by professional journalists of color who explain how and why they practice journalism at daily newspapers. It includes charts and graphs on starting salaries, internships, hiring and more. Single copies are free. Order by phone, letter or e-mail. Media companies and professional organizations can order bulk copies. The first 25 are free; $1.50 for each additional copy. Latest edition [1999].

Annual Register of Grant Support
Wilmette, Ill. : National Register Publishing Co., annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .A7
Includes information on programs sponsored by government agencies, public and private foundations, educational and professional associations, special interest organizations and corporations. Covers a broad range of interests including academic and scientific research, publication support, equipment and construction support, in-service training, competitions and prizes, and travel and exchange programs. Organized by broad subject areas with four indexes: subject, organization and program, geographic and personnel.

Directory of Research Grants
Phoenix, Ariz. : The Oryx Press, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .D5
An annual print version of the Grants Database. Contains information about grants and fellowships available for research projects from federal and state governments, private foundations, professional organizations, and corporations. List grants programs by specific funding areas; indexed by sponsoring organization and grant name.

Foundation Grants to Individuals
New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .F6
The most comprehensive listing available of private foundations which provide financial assistance to individuals. The foundations described have made grants to students, artists, scholars, foreign individuals, minorities, musicians, scientists and writers for scholarships, fellowships, student loans, internships, residencies, arts and cultural projects, medical and emergency assistance, residencies and travel programs.

The Grants Register
New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .G7
The complete guide to postgraduate funding worldwide.


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