The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) offers several national scholarships for students. In addition, the National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter (NCCB) offers a regional scholarship in honor of Betty Endicott, the first female news director in Washington, DC. Students may apply for both national and regional scholarships. NATAS is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancement in the television arts & sciences.
The Betty Endicott NATAS-NCCB Chapter Student Scholarship
The National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS‐NCCB) is pleased to announce the 2019 Betty Endicott Scholarship recipients. The Betty Endicott Scholarship is given annually from the NATAS‐NCCB Chapter to full‐time undergraduate or graduate students studying for a career in communications and/or broadcast journalism.
This year Cindy Choi of American University and Max Marcella of the University of Maryland have each earned $2,500 to be used towards their broadcast journalism education. Both are standouts among the almost dozen scholarship applicants. As a multimedia journalist, Ms. Choi, was part of the Florida Sun Sentinel Pulitzer Prize winning coverage of the Parkland school shootings last year. Mr. Marcella is a member of the all‐volunteer production team for the Merrill Capital News Service Broadcast Bureau where he covers important stories from Capitol Hill to the State Capitol in Annapolis. Click here for the full Press Release.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences offers several scholarships to students. Typically, applications are available in January and accepted through February.
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