Conclave Partners With The Intercollegiate Broadcasting System
March 3, 2009 at 5:15 AM (PT)
In partnership with THE INTERCOLLEGIATE BROADCASTING SYSTEM, THE CONCLAVE has begun a new college radio/webcaster scholarship competition. The DOUG LEE Memorial Scholarships, given annually to college students in the name of the founder of THE CONCLAVE, will now be assisted by IBS, who not only will help THE CONCLAVE publicize the availability of the scholarships, but will also provide the pool of candidates for the competition.
To qualify for THE CONCLAVE scholarships, a student must be working/volunteering at an IBS member radio station or webcaster. The three scholarships -- worth $1500 each -- will be awarded on the basis of an essay submitted by the candidate.
"We are absolutely thrilled by this important new partnership for THE CONCLAVE," said CONCLAVE Executive Dir. TOM KAY. "Involving college radio and its leading proponent -- THE INTERCOLLEGIATE BROADCASTING SYSTEM -- in our quest to help educate our industry is a most logical and essential collaboration, one that we are extremely proud of. These scholarships represent yet another means of bringing talent into our industry and we thank IBS for the opportunity to expand these important scholarship offerings to their members."
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