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Homeschooler journalism students sought for Patrick Henry College Scholarship opportunity

 

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Journalism students have a great opportunity for a scholarship at Patrick Henry College.

Do you have a flair for writing?  Are you longing to get into a journalism school that combines a Christian classical liberal arts approach with apprenticeship programs that will pair you with some of the best writers and thinkers of the nation?

Would you be delighted to get a scholarship to help pay for that prestigious education?  Here is a great opportunity.

The Samuel Adams Scholarship for Journalism

Patrick Henry College is offering three scholarships for highly-qualified applicants to the College’s Journalism Major. Awards will be one $10,000 scholarship and two $5,000 scholarships. These privately funded scholarships will make it more financially viable for talented, dedicated young people to take advantage of the unique education opportunities available to Journalism students at PHC.

Patrick Henry Journalism Scholarship – Deadline Is December 1

Patrick Henry College (PHC) is offering scholarships for highly qualified applicants to the college’s journalism major. These scholarships will assist talented, dedicated young people in taking advantage of the unique education opportunities available to journalism students at PHC.

Please see the website for details.
www.phc.edu/journalism_schol_court.php

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