Miami International Press Club Scholarship
Sponsored by: Miami International Press Club
Application Deadline June 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 Miami International Press Club Scholarship is moderately competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicant must be a South Florida resident. Talent, ability, goals, personal motivation, and financial need are all considered.
Requirements for the Miami International Press Club Scholarship
Communication Studies/Speech Communication and Rhetoric
Laura Englebright, Scholarship Chair
625 Candia Avenue
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Phone: (305) 444-0345
Scholarship Questions and Answers
Separate application required?
Award must be repaid?
Award is renewable?
Yes. Recipients will receive $500 in fall and $500 in spring if interest and grades continue to be good.
Award is granted yearly?
How many awards are available?
On average, 5 people receive the Miami International Press Club Scholarship.
How much can I receive for this scholarship?
The least you can earn from the Miami International Press Club Scholarship is $1500, but it gives out $1500 on average. The maximum award is $1500. Try our Scholarship Search for more awards with a maximum of $1500.
What are some similar scholarships?
Students majoring in Communication Studies/Speech Communication and Rhetoric can also apply for Departmental Scholarship in Art, Art History, Communication Studies, French, German, Music, and Theatre, Text 100 International Scholarship for Excellence in High Tech Public Relations and Craig F. McLean Memorial Scholarship. View more Communication Studies/Speech Communication and Rhetoric awards.