Conclave Opens Applications For Bill Gavin Memorial Scholarship
September 23, 2014 at 12:41 PM (PT)
The non-profit CONCLAVE is now accepting applicants for THE BILL GAVIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP at the SPECS HOWARD SCHOOL OF MEDIA ARTS. The scholarship will be awarded NOVEMBER 14th during the 39th CONCLAVE LEARNING CONFERENCE being held in MINNEAPOLIS.
BILL GAVIN was a WISCONSIN radio personality and publisher of one of the most influential trade publications in radio history, THE GAVIN REPORT, founded in 1958. The publication was also responsible for running the GAVIN SEMINAR, a convention for radio industry members. BILL was one of the original advisors for the CONCLAVE when it formed in 1976.
The scholarship recipient will receive an admission to the BROADCAST MEDIA ARTS program at SPECS HOWARD SCHOOL OF MEDIA ARTS in SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN, valued at $16,200. The stipend includes all texts and materials needed for the course application fees, books and supplies. The recipient will be required to meet the school's standard entrance requirement in order to receive the BILL GAVIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. All CONCLAVE scholarship information and forms can be downloaded from www.theconclave.com or from www.radioscholarships.com.
Since 1979, CONCLAVE scholarships programs have been available to students who want careers in media/radio/TV/Internet in any possible facet of broadcasting, including becoming an on-air personality, advertising/sales, programming, writing, news, sports OR production.
For information about the 39th CONCLAVE LEARNING CONFERENCE, visit http://theconclave.com.