About the Scholarships
The Journalism Education Association sponsors up to five $1,000 scholarships for education majors who intend to teach scholastic journalism. Each recipient must be an upper-division or master’s degree student in a college program designed to prepare him/her for teaching at the secondary-school level. Current secondary-school journalism teachers who are in a degree program to improve their journalism teaching skills also are eligible.
- Each recipient must complete the application and include the following:
- A 250-word essay explaining his/her desire to teach high school journalism.
- The answers to the three questions at the bottom of the application form.
- Two recommendation letters, preferably from those who have firsthand knowledge of his/her work with student journalists, and
College transcript(s) showing academic standing.
How to apply
To apply for a Future Teacher Scholarship, fill out this online form. Applications are due July 15.
- A committee of teachers and university personnel involved in journalism teacher education will make the selection.
- Scholarships will be awarded by early September. An announcement of the winners will be made on the JEA website and at the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention.
For More Information
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Taylor Bibler (Ball State University, Muncie, Ind.)
Joel Garver (Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan.)
Cody Harrell (Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich.)
Shelby Brunk (Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan.)
Monique Zatcoff (Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Ariz.)
John Dent (Kent [Ohio] State University)
Patrick R. Johnson, CJE, (Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis.)
Anna J. Kaiser (Ball State University, Muncie, Ind.)
Samved Sangameswara (University of California, Santa Cruz, Calif.)
Sarah Bergsieker (Ball State University, Muncie, Ind.)
Kathryn Dodge (Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich.)
Lindsay Cameron (Ashland [Ohio] University)
Sarah Rajewski (Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan.)
Jayna Salk (Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich.)
Jessica Young, CJE (University of California, San Diego, Calif.)
Jincy Gibson (Ball State University, Muncie, Ind.)
Aimee Williams (Ball State University, Muncie, Ind.)
Jessica McLean (Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich.)
Kip Carlson (Willamette University, Ore.)
Autumn Nolder (Ball State University, Ind.)
Jeremy Whitin (Michigan State University)
Agnes Lorraine B. Soriano (Michigan State University)
Rutherford Rankin (Emporia State University, Kan.)
Anna Kearns (Kansas State University)
Rachel Searcy, Ind.
Sara-Beth O’Connor, MI
Kevin Allen, La.
Tiffany Shogren, Kan.
Adam Maksl, Ind.
Margaret Krohne, Ohio
Ada Anderson, Ind.
Emily Cherry, Kan.
Kellie E. Doyle, Iowa
Kimberly Coffin, Neb.
Jennifer Lennox, Ohio
Brian Hayes, Ind.