Peninsula College accepting applications for Webster scholarship

Recipients must be communication-journalism students

Students interested in writing, photography and design are encouraged to apply for Peninsula College’s Webster Scholarship.

Award amounts are dependent upon the student’s enrollment level, with awards up to $4,500 for an academic year.

Completed scholarship applications are due by Nov. 30.

To apply, go to www.thewashboard.org, create an account and search for “Webster.”

Funding for the scholarship comes from an endowment established by the late Charles N. Webster, whose family founded local radio station KONP and the newspaper that is now known as the Peninsula Daily News.

Scholarship recipients must be students who have identified their academic pathway as Communication-Journalism. Students must be enrolled in at least five credits each quarter, and maintain a 2.0 cumulative grade-point average, with a 3.0 GPA in journalism/multimedia classes.

For more information, call Peninsula College’s Financial Aid Office at 360-417-6390.

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