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
Congratulations to Kyla Wright, a Junior at Hampton University, for receiving this year’s Betty Endicott Scholarship! Click here to read 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.
- Faculty Sponsor name, email, and phone number
- Scores, Grades & Honors: GPA and at least one composite SAT or ACT score must be submitted
- Creative Works: role, location, and year for communications-oriented products that you have produced during the last four years
- School Activities and Field/Work Experience
- Career Aspirations Essay
- Creative Essay
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