MUBI Student Program x UT Austin Radio-Television-Film
September 23, 2020
SEEKING MARKETING AND CONTENT INTERN - FULLY REMOTE
Seeking Marketing Videos
Invitation 9/25: Border South Virtual Film Screening and Q&A
FILM COLLECTIVE PRESENTS: WOMEN ON SCREEN
Jane Austen Young Filmmakers Contest, 2020 TICKETS & PRIZES!!!!
September 18, 2020
(Fee Waivers) Amsterdam & Paris Lift-Off Film Festival
Shot by Shot Film Festival Submissions Now Open!
September 15, 2020
Texas Student Media Board of Trustees is seeking 2 Moody student appointees
September 14, 2020
Free Webinar: Visual Effects Pros Tell All – Oct 6
To all RTF students-
Please note that all opportunities posted to The Cage and its accompanying Facebook page are un-vetted by the RTF staff.
NOTICE: All Opportunities Unvetted
April 10, 2019
January 30, 2020
Stephen Rice Memorial Fund (SRMF) in Partnership with KOOP Community Radio
OFFERS A SPONSORED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The Stephen Rice Memorial Fund is offering a GLBTQ Media Scholarship (“Stephen Rice
Scholarship Fund”) through KOOP Community Radio and will be awarded to the high school
senior(s) and/or current college student(s) who best meet the requirements set forth by the
Scholarship Committee. Scholarship awards can cover any academic or university housing
expenses during school term. Award amounts are scheduled for $2500/year although some
years we may award more. All awards are up to discretion of the Selection Committee.
The Selection Committee will review and score all submitted applications. Applicant’s
references may be contacted by telephone. The Scholarship Committee may choose to
Guidelines for the Sponsored Scholarship Program
Scholarships are open to graduating high school seniors and students currently enrolled at any
college or university. Scholarship monies will be paid directly to the educational institution
in the student's name.
Student applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Participation in radio, television, journalism, public relations, electronic media, film (or
- Self-identify as Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Transgender or Queer.
- Current high school senior or an enrolled college student at time of application.
- U.S. Citizen, permanent resident or active valid visa.
- 2.25 or higher Grade Point Average (4.0 scale)
- Complete an application that includes a 300-word essay
- Must have acquired acceptance to or be enrolled in accredited college or university of
Student applicant should note any special financial needs on their application form.
All applications and supporting documents must be received no later than March 11,
See attached for more details.
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