Writing Competition- College Students

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I found this scholarship competition in the Foundation Center newsletter. Check it out.

Established by Nikon, Inc. as part of its hundredth anniversary celebration, the Nikon Storytellers Scholarship supports the next generation of visual content creators. Academic scholarships of $10,000 will be awarded to students to help foster their creative growth and encourage them to pursue a career in creative fields. Semi-finalists will be invited to submit a portfolio of images or brief video for consideration by a selection committee, which will then select the ten winning applicants. Scholarships will be awarded for use in the 2018-19 academic school year.

The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students at accredited nonprofit colleges/universities or vocational/technical schools in the United States or Canada pursuing a degree in visual arts, fine arts, journalism, film, photography, or multimedia/content creation. To be eligible for a scholarship, all applicants must have completed their freshman year of college or academic equivalent before the fall of 2018.

The application deadline for all students is March 1, 2018. Semi-finalists will be announced March 12, and the deadline for their applications is March 30. The ten scholarship recipients will be announced in June.

For eligibility criteria, key dates, application instructions and an FAQ, see the Nikon Storytellers Scholarship website.

http://programs.applyists.com/Nikon/stock-vector-invest-in-education-concept-vector-illustration-in-flat-style-design-stack-of-books-diploma-and-340391981

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