Prism Photo Workshop Scholarship:

Prism Photo Workshop is offering a $500 scholarship to a high school or college student interested in pursuing photojournalism as a career. The winner will be selected based on a portfolio of up to 10 work samples (files no larger than 1MB each) and a 500-word essay essay about how you hope to impact your community through a career in visual storytelling.

 

Applicants must have at least one year of school left to complete and be a resident of DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry or Will County in Illinois or Lake County, Indiana.

 

Deadline for submission is midnight CST, July 15. 

 

Prism provides resources and support for young photographers of diverse backgrounds to tell the stories of underrepresented people and communities with dignity. We believe it is imperative that news organizations -- and the journalists who represent them -- are credible and diligent and that they reflect our communities accurately and faithfully.

Apply with your Google account here, or email your statement and a link to your work samples to prismworkshop@gmail.com

Prism Photo Workshop Grant:

 

Prism Photo Workshop is offering a $500 grant to a photographer or multimedia journalist to produce and publish a photography or multimedia project. The winner will be selected based on a portfolio consisting of up to 10 single images, video clips or completed videos and a 500-word description of the project. The applicant may submit separate work or visuals already produced for the project.

 

Applicants must be a resident of DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry or Will County in Illinois or Lake County, Indiana.

 

Deadline for submission is midnight CST, July 15. Submit up to 10 single images in the form of .jpg files no larger than 1MB each, video clips or completed videos in .mov format and a 500-word description of the project. 

 

Prism provides resources and support for young photographers of diverse backgrounds to tell the stories of underrepresented people and communities with dignity. We believe it is imperative that news organizations -- and the journalists who represent them -- are credible and diligent and that they reflect our communities accurately and faithfully.

Apply with your Google account here, or email your statement and a link to your work samples to prismworkshop@gmail.com