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The John Ahlhauser and Bob Gilka Memorial Scholarship

To honor the memory of two pioneering picture editors at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and their lifelong friendship, Bob's family provides one full tuition scholarship. Please indicate your interest in applying for the Ahlhauser/Gilka Scholarship in the financial assistance area located on The Kalish Workshop application form. Please tell us something about yourself and why you want to attend The Kalish. 

Deadline: April 15.

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Randy Cox

The Randy Cox Picture Editing Scholarship

To honor his memory and years of dedication to The Kalish, Randy's family provides one full tuition scholarship. Please indicate your interest in applying for the Cox Scholarship in the financial assistance area located on The Kalish Workshop application form. Please tell us something about yourself and why you want to attend The Kalish. 

Deadline: April 15.

The Mark J. Edelson Picture Editing Scholarship

To honor his memory and 20 years of dedication to The Kalish, Mark Edelson’s family established this scholarship to fund one recipient’s tuition and travel expenses to the workshop each year. In the spirit of Mark’s contributions and his legacy, the workshop continues to be grounded in inspiration, mentorship, education and “family” for visual editors. Please indicate your interest in applying for the Edelson Scholarship in the financial assistance area located on The Kalish Workshop application form. Please tell us something about yourself and why you want to attend The Kalish. 

Deadline: April 15.

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Mark Edelson.

Public Media Scholarship

The Public Media Scholarship is for digital editors, digital producers, photo editors and photojournalists working as full-time staff at an NPR station in the United States, Guam and Puerto Rico. This scholarship, which is made possible by A Kalish Workshop alumnus working in public media, will cover the full cost of tuition for one person each year.


Deadline: April 15. Please upload a statement that answers the following questions: What is the name of your station? What is your job/role? How long have you been at the station and in this role? In what ways are you involved in picture editing? If you're not involved in picture editing, why do you want to attend the Kalish? How will your time at The Kalish benefit that work and your station?

The Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI), at the Missouri School of Journalism, contributed six full-tuition scholarships to people of color for The Kalish in 2022. Look for updates for the 2023 workshop.

 

 

Canon contributed one full-tuition scholarship in 2022, in addition to funds for operating costs. Look for updates for the 2023 workshop.

 

Sony contributed one full-tuition scholarship in 2022, in addition to funds for operating costs. Look for updates for the 2023 workshop.

 

Fuji contributed four $250 grants for participants toward expenses for the 2022 workshop and additional funds for operating costs. Look for updates for the 2023 workshop.

 

 

We graciously thank contributors (who wish to remain anonymous) for additional scholarship opportunities and operating funds in 2022. To donate and contribute to future workshops in the name of John Ahlhasuer, Randy Cox, and Mark Edelson, see the National Press Photographers Foundation (NPPF) website. Or, reach out to Frank Folwell, our treasurer, or our 2022 director Sue Morrow.

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