Emma L. Bowen Foundation for Minority Interests in Media

The Emma L. Bowen Foundation for Minority Interests in Media invites you to
recommend talented ethnic minority students for a spectacular work/study
program in the media industry. Our multi-year program offers students the
opportunity for invaluable work experience, mentoring, and financial
assistance.

The mission of the Emma L. Bowen Foundation is to expand ethnic minority
representation in the media industry. To that end, the Foundation and its
corporate sponsors have developed a program that focuses on excellence
through training and education. Selected students join a distinguished
group of scholars currently working at media companies across the country.
Partner companies hire students to work every summer until college
graduation, providing both an hourly wage and matching dollars towards
college expenses. Qualified candidates must be ethnic minority, college
freshman, have, at minimum, a 3.0 Cumulative G.P.A., and an interest in
varying aspects of the media (business, technical, journalism, creative).

The available internship opportunities will be in the Lynnwood, WA area.
For the available internship, we are looking for students who are interested
in the Media Industry, which includes an interest in Journalism/Creative
Writing and Public Relations. The student will have hands on training in
Internal Communications, Community Relations, Media Relations, and Event
Planning. Attached is our 2012 Emma L. Bowen Foundation application, which
can also be accessed on-line at http://www.emmabowenfoundation.com. The
application deadline for students entering the program for the summer of
2012 is March 23, 2012.

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