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2022 GSLABJ Scholarship

1st place winner

Kayelyn Tate was awarded a $2,500 scholarship after graduating from Parkway Central High School this spring and is attending Virginia Commonwealth University to major in broadcast journalism.

 

2nd place winner

Camren Jones was awarded a $1,500 scholarship after graduating from Lift For Life Academy this spring, and is attending Missouri State University to major in Business and mass communication.

 

3rd place winner

Ania Binder was awarded a $1,000 scholarship after graduating from East Saint Louis Senior High School this spring, and is attending Western Illinois University to major in broadcast journalism.

The Greater St. Louis Association of Black Journalists is proud to present our 2022 GSLABJ Scholarship for recent St. Louis-area high school graduates. The scholarship amount is $2500, and the deadline is July 22.

Applicants must be incoming college freshmen. They must submit essay questions as well as a media project in addition to uploading their high school transcript and college acceptance letter.

Questions? Email gslabj@gmail.com. Direct link to apply here.

 

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