Radio Show Announces First Ever Student Scholars Program

Offers free registration for 130 students to 2015 Radio Show
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WASHINGTON & NEW YORK � The 2015 Radio Show is giving 130 students a special opportunity to attend the show in Atlanta as part of the first ever Radio Show Student Scholars Program. Designed to encourage and prepare students for careers in radio, the 130 selected undergraduate and graduate students will receive registration scholarships and special access to the 2015 Radio Show.

Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters and the Radio Advertising Bureau, the Radio Show brings radio broadcasters and industry experts together to discuss the latest trends in the industry. Selected students will receive complimentary registration and invitations to special events and networking opportunities. The Student Scholars will also be able to participate in programs specifically designed for young professionals, with topics like the development and maintenance of digital skills, speed mentoring programs with industry leaders, and discussions with managers and employees.

To qualify as a Student Scholar, applicants must be a fulltime junior, senior or graduate student at a BEA member college or university with a 2.0 GPA or higher. The application process is open from now until Aug. 31. Rolling acceptance notifications begin on July 1; all selected students will be notified by Sept. 3.

To apply or find out more, visit The 2015 Radio Show takes place from Sept. 30 � Oct. 2 in Atlanta.