Scholarships

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Scholarship Fundraiser: Join the San Antonio Association of Black Journalists on Friday, Jan. 13 at 6:30 pm at Santikos Palladium for movie viewing of “Hidden Figures.” Proceeds benefit SAABJ scholarships.

To purchase tickets, please click on this link. FREE for STEM Students

  • One Ticket and Popcorn Combo ( 24 oz drink and small popcorn) $25.
  • To make a donation to pay for students to attend the movie, just put in the dollar amount and email Melissa at monroe674@gmail.com how many students you are supporting.
  • Please enter the appropriate amounts for multiple movie tickets
  • For questions, email Melissa at monroe674@gmail.com

Please email Melissa (monroe674@gmail.com) first to ensure we have available seats.

Thank you to our Sponsors for their generous support in providing free seats for STEM students:

  • HEB
  • CPS Energy
  • CNG Engineering
  • Cavazos Public Relations
  • The Links Inc., San Antonio Chapter
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. – Alpha Tau Omega Chapter, San Antonio

 

 


Every year, SAABJ gives out scholarships in the range of $500 to $1,000 for high school seniors or college students interested in pursuing communications. We thank our scholarship sponsors for making this happen. They are:

Information to Apply for Scholarships is Coming Soon

Meet our Past Scholarship Winners

“What does SAABJ mean to me? –The difference between having a map versus none when traveling an unknown path. They took interest in me when no one else did and have mentored and developed me as person. I feel like I will be so much more  prepared me to enter the workforce when I graduate.”

– SAABJ Scholarship Winner Alexia Hall

“The scholarship not only gave me the opportunity to continue my education, but the recognition gave me the confidence to say that I am indeed pursuing the right field of work. I am humbled by SAABJ and grateful for not only the scholarship, but the luminaries of journalism who  recognized my skill and my passion to change the world through media.”

– SAABJ Scholarship Winner Jesse Salazar

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