Princeton University Journalism Program
• Princeton University is offering an all-expenses-paid summer program to
students interested in pursuing a career in journalism.
• Twenty-five students from across the country will travel to Princeton’s
campus for 10 days in August for a crash course on journalism.
• Classes are taught by reporters and editors from The New York Times, The
Washington Post, The New Yorker, The Daily Beast, TIME, Foreign Policy, The
New Republic, Sports Illustrated, CNN, and NPR, among others.
• The deadline for applications is February 21.
• For more information and the application form, please visit the website at
www.princeton.edu/sjp. For questions, email email@example.com.
American Association of Blacks in Energy
• The purpose of the AABE-FL Scholarship is to assist
African American, Hispanic and Native American
students with the cost of pursuing a bachelor’s degree
in energy-related fields at an accredited college or
university within the state of Florida.
• The AABE-FL scholarship rewards high school students
throughout the state of Florida who excel in math and
science with financial assistance for post-secondary
education. In addition, AABE-FL supports scholarship
recipients (“AABE scholars”) who meet established
academic standards throughout their pursuit of a
bachelor’s degree with recurring scholarships.