Sponsored by: Georgia Press Educational Foundation (GPEF)
Application Deadline February 1
Type of Award Scholarship
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A scholarship's Competition is based on the number of applications and how many awards are available.
The GPEF Scholarship is competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicant must be a Georgia resident and attend a state school in Georgia.
Requirements for the GPEF Scholarship
Jennifer Farmer, GPEF Coordinator
Atlanta, GA 30341-4137
Phone: (770) 454-6776
Fax: (770) 454-6778
Scholarship Questions and Answers
Separate application required?
Award must be repaid?
Award is renewable?
Yes. Recipient must reapply for renewal.
Award is granted yearly?
Can I apply for more General Journalism awards?
Robert C. Ziegler '84 Memorial Scholarship, Hugh Sparrow Memorial Endowed Scholarship and Miami Herald Minority Scholarship are a few other General Journalism scholarships. View all General Journalism scholarships.
Where does support for the GPEF Scholarship come from?
The GPEF Scholarship is sponsored by: Georgia Press Educational Foundation (GPEF) 3066 Mercer University Drive, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30341-4137, United States (P) 770 454-6776 (F) 770 454-6778 email@example.com http://www.gapress.org
How much money does the this award give out?
The least you can earn from the GPEF Scholarship is $1000, but it gives out $1250 on average. The maximum award is $1500. Try our Scholarship Search for more awards with a maximum of $1500.
How many awards are given out?
There is an average of 22 recipients each year.