Complete this online application FORM to be considered for the 2019 BOyd’s Station Emerging STORYTELLER SCHOLARSHIP.

Name *
Phone *
Address *
Parent/Guardian Name *
Parent/Guardian Name
Parent/Guardian Phone *
Parent/Guardian Phone
Please provide the URL to your resume or CV in either PDF or WORD format.
Step 2
The Big Questions
Tells us why you want to be part of the Boyd's Station Project 306.36 experience and considered for the 2019 Emerging Storytelling Scholarship. How will documenting the people and places of Harrison County, Kentucky help you as an emerging storyteller in your future professional, personal and creative ambitions. This is your chance to tell us who you are and what you want to do. Break the mold. Take this opportunity to convince us, twist our arms, make us jump up and down. This is the spot to sell us on you and what you hope to produce if selected as the recipient of The Emerging Storytelling Scholarship.
In your words, explain to them your side of things.
Is that person you?
Tell us why?
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  • All Boyd’s Station Emerging Storyteller Scholarship applications must be submitted on or before the application deadline of March 15, 2019.

Provide one single URL pointing to specific work which your application is based. This URL can be a website or blog of your choosing which includes at least 2 written examples and 3-5 visual examples of your work that speak to why you should be selected as a BOYD’S STATION EMERGING STORYTELLING SCHOLARSHIP recipient. These writing and visual examples can be anything you like, there are no boundaries. These words and visuals are your portfolio and calling card.

  • Don’t be shy, feel free to express yourself and show who you are and what you have to say.

  • If you have any past or current events you are proud of detailing, please provide a link to your resume in either PDF or WORD format.

  • We welcome self-motivated, focused high school students interested in the field of visual storytelling and journalism working in a range of traditional and non-traditional writing and visual arts practices.

  • Candidates are reviewed and recommended by the Boyd's Station Project 306.36 selection committee. The committee looks for candidates who’s work and future aspirations are likely to benefit from selection as Boyd’s Station Emerging Storytelling Scholar to achieve personal and future professional goals.

  • Applicants must be 16 years of age or older during the grant period. NOTE: Students 15 years of age are encouraged to apply as long as the student will be 16 during the Emerging Storytelling Scholarship period in 2019.

  • Questions? Contact Boyd's Station Executive Director Jack Gruber by email.