RTDNF Ed Bradley Scholarship

Ed Bradley is best known for his award-winning work in 26 years on CBS News' 60 Minutes and as the first African-American White House TV correspondent. Bradley received the Paul White Award from RTDNA and the First Amendment Award from RTDNF. He established the Ed Bradley Scholarship in 1994. Since then, young and aspiring journalists have received the award created by the late CBS News and 60 Minutes correspondent. Past winners have gone on to work for organizations including NPR, CNN, and Al-Jazeera America. Eligibility:-Students must be sophomores, juniors, or seniors at the time the scholarship is awarded-Be pursuing careers in radio, television, or digital journalism-Winners must be officially enrolled, full-time sophomores or above in good standing when scholarships are awarded-Students may apply for only one RTDNF scholarship, and past RTDNF scholarship winners are not eligibleFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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