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Entry Deadline
January 22, 2018
Video Upload Deadline
January 29, 2018

 

SAVE THE DATE
41ST BOSTON/NEW ENGLAND
EMMY AWARDS
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018

 

 

STUDENT AWARDS

2018 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Deadline:  Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Name:

Street Address

City/Town:

State:

Zip Code:

Phone Number:

Email Address:

High School:

High School Town:

High School State:

Grade Point Average based on your last completed semester:
*If GPA is not based on a 4.0 scale, please indicate appropriate scale.


Creative Work:

List any communication-oriented projects in which you have been involved in that produced one or more specific projects. These projects might include: videos for cable access channels, motion picture films, photographic portfolios, written articles or essays, musical compositions or arrangements, graphic displays, or any other creative work. List awards/honors that relate to your creative work.
For each program/project, indicate your involvement or role as well as the year and location where the work was done.
IMPORTANT: Please provide active/online links to video/visual work, and indicate if a password is needed to view.

Link to Visual Work


Field and Work Experiences:

List internships, field experiences, job experiences and/or community service in which you have participated that relate to the broadcast communication fields.
For each activity, indicate the location and year as well as whether the activity was a paid or unpaid position.


School Activities:

List all activities and/or organizations in which you participated during high school and college. Include any offices you held, school-related honors you received, and any other information you consider relevant.
For each activity, indicate the year or years you were involved or when the honor was received.


Career Aspirations Essay: As a separate document, prepare a single-page, single spaced essay that describes what you would like to do upon graduation. Indicate the kinds of employment you hope to obtain once you complete your college education.
File types accepted for uploads are: .doc, .docx, and .pdf


Additional supporting documents: If you have any additional documentation you’d like to include with your application, please assemble all into a single file for upload and submit with your application.
File types accepted for uploads are: .doc, .docx, and .pdf


VERIFICATION: Verification: By checking the following box I attest all information, documents and attachments to be accurate and true. Furthermore, I attest I have not misrepresented any information in this application. This checked box is the equivalent of my signature:

ACCEPT

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NATIONAL STUDENT AWARD WINNERS!

Video Essay (Single Camera Only)

Greasy Luck, Fairhaven High School (Boston/New England Chapter)

Sean Flynn

Drew Furtado, Advisor

 

Music Video

Another Day of Sun, Middleborough High School (Boston/New England Chapter)

Leanne Robinson

Adam Pelletier, Advisor

 

Director

Sketchy, Pinkerton Academy (Boston/New England Chapter)

Taylor Rae Lancaster

Christopher Lord, Advisor

 

Short Form – Fiction

A Case of Depression, Lexington High School (Boston/New England Chapter)

Tian Xu

Mary Pappas, Advisor

 

 

 

 

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2017 College-University Honors List

2017 High School Honors List

Students make the most of the Lights, Camera, Action Conference at Millis High School

 

 

 

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is a professional service organization dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of television and related media and the promotion of creative leadership for artistic, educational and technical achievements within the television industry, best known for the coveted Emmy® Award.