The Scripps Howard Fund invests in the journalists of tomorrow. That investment is supported by partnerships with universities across the country who are equipping students with the tools they need to hit the ground running once they reach the newsroom.
Today’s journalism and communication students are preparing for careers in an industry that is undergoing tremendous change. The Scripps Howard Fund is supporting their career development with internships, scholarships, competitions and programs that expand their awareness and increase their skills.
Today’s journalism and communication students are preparing for careers in an industry that is undergoing tremendous change. The Scripps Howard Foundation is supporting their career development with internships, scholarships, competitions and programs that expand their awareness and raise their expectations.
We’re also helping journalism educators infuse entrepreneurship and social media into academic programs, preparing others for careers in administration and honoring those who teach and lead the nation’s journalism and mass communication schools with excellence.
Two journalism schools bear the Scripps name and share a special bond with the Scripps Howard Foundation and The E.W. Scripps Company: the Scripps School of Communication and The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University (named in 1982) and The Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications Hampton University (named in 2002).
Our ongoing university collaborations include: Ohio University, Hampton University, Arizona State University, University of Maryland and the Columbia School of Journalism.
Each year, five journalists are selected to spend nine months at the University of Colorado focusing on an independent journalism project related to the environment. Many Ted Scripps Fellows go on to make significant contributions to environmental journalism.
The Scripps Howard Foundation prepares journalists for the future with Scripps Howard Program in Religion, Journalism and the Spiritual Life at Columbia University. Graduate students in this program travel abroad to study religion and the art of covering it as a journalist.