2014 Scholarship Program

INDIANA BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION for High School Seniors
In College? Click here for your scholarship application.

Scholarship Applicants must meet ALL of the Scholarship Criteria

  • Applicant must have an overall 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale)
  • Applicant must be a resident of the State of Indiana.
  • Applicant must be a second semester Senior at an Indiana High School planning to attend an Indiana post secondary school.
  • Applicants must be actively participating in a high school broadcast facility, or must have worked for or interned at a commercial broadcast facility while attending an Indiana High School. Applicant must have received credit in High School Broadcasting, Telecommunications or Broadcast Journalism.
  • IBA Scholarship is good toward educational expenses at any IBA Member College/University offering a major in Media program (Radio/TV/Journalism/Film) or that has a Radio/TV facility on campus. The list of eligible Colleges/Universities is at the end of this application.

Submit your application on line by completing the information listed on the pages below. You can mail the entire application if that is preferred.  
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Postmark by: March 1, 2014

For Questions: Contact the IBA Offices at 1-800-342-6276 or email joe@indianabroadcasters.org


Instructions
(read carefully & follow EXACTLY)
This application must be completed by the STUDENT, NOT THE PARENT
1. Complete the Transcript Request Form, send it to your counselor and have them mail it to:


Indiana Broadcasters Association
Dr. Joe Misiewicz
14074 Trade Center Drive, Suite 139
Fishers, IN  46038

2. Complete this application.

3. Submit online by March 1, 2014.






Applicant Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Middle Name:
Email Address:
Street Address:
City:
State:
Zipcode:
Birth Date:
Day Phone:



Parent/Guardian Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Address:
City:
State:  
Zipcode:
Phone:
Questions

How will your college education be financed?



Please describe in your own words any jobs you have held or work you have performed during the past three years, either for your family at home, part-time jobs or for outside employers:



What general course of study are you now taking?


What special recognition have you received for outstanding school work such as honors, prizes or scholarships in high school?


Specify what part you have played in extracurricular activities in high school. Please list the activity, position held, hours spent per week, and the year of participation. Designate by number the year in which you participated in each activity as follows: 1 - Freshman, 2 - Sophomore, 3 - Junior, 4 - Senior.


What are your favorite recreational activities?



What are your hobbies?


Have you received any special recognition in connection with your recreational activities or hobbies?
Yes No

If so, what?



FUTURE EDUCATION PLANS

Educational Institution you plan to attend?
Institution Name City Address Phone
1.
2.


Have you been accepted as your first choice?
Yes No

If no, when do you expect to be notified?


Where do you plan to live next year?
On Campus Off Campus
With Parents
Other:

Essay
Why I wish to pursue an education in Telecommunications or Broadcast Journalism





Privacy Statement
The Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) secures personal, identifiable information provided on the IBA Scholarship Application in a controlled, secure environment, protected from unauthorized access, use or disclosure. When personal information is transmitted through the IBA website, it is protected through the use of encryption.

The IBA Scholarship Applications are disseminated to the IBA Scholarship Committee, comprised of educational institution communications department head and academic advisors, public and commercial radio and television broadcasters, for use in selecting the Scholarship Recipients. All information contained in the IBA Scholarship Application is considered confidential. Upon completion of the annual IBA Scholarship Program, all scholarship applications are destroyed.

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