Georgetown University, one of the top universities in the United States, recently announced a $1,000 scholarship for writers interested in becoming writers.
It’s part of an overall plan to expand writing and journalism education across the country.
It also highlights how Georgetown has been working to support students and communities affected by the opioid crisis, which is still plaguing communities nationwide.
The scholarship is the latest example of the university’s efforts to support the writing and writing-related industries.
Students can apply online and are required to pay a $5 fee to receive their scholarship.
“We know that the impact of addiction and opioid addiction are not only felt by the communities that are affected by it, but also by the people in the communities themselves,” said Michael S. McBride, dean of the school of journalism and media at Georgetown University.
We know the power of writers, and we also know the challenges of trying to support them as well as other underrepresented communities in this country. “
This is an important commitment for us, because we are a historically underrepresented group at Georgetown.
As we continue to grapple with the opioid epidemic and the impact on communities across the nation, we hope this will be an important first step in making sure that the writing community continues to grow and flourish.” “
It’s our hope that this new scholarship will be a significant step in the right direction to further the growth and success of the journalism and writing community.
As we continue to grapple with the opioid epidemic and the impact on communities across the nation, we hope this will be an important first step in making sure that the writing community continues to grow and flourish.”
For more information on the scholarship, visit the Georgetown University website.
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