OMAHA – Scholarship dollars are available for high school students who plan to earn a degree related to broadcasting and have a desire to work in media.
The Nebraska Broadcasters Association Foundation announced four Nebraska high school seniors will each be awarded a $1,000 scholarship.
“The future of local radio and television stations is of vital importance to our communities and to our democracy,” NBA Board Chairperson Ariel Roblin said. “Attracting the best and brightest to this exciting industry is a top priority for the Nebraska Broadcasters Association.
Scholarship application materials are available on the NBA website. The deadline for seniors to apply is Jan. 31.
“We’re proud to announce our new program to support these students in
their passion and pursuit of a degree and career in broadcasting, be it in journalism, sales, broadcast engineering or in other station positions,” Roblin said.
More than $300,000 in college scholarships have been awarded by the NBA and NBAF
since the organization first began awarding scholarships in 1977.
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