Chevrolet Awarded $165,000 in Scholarships to 2022 HBCU Marketing and Journalism Interns  

Chevrolet awarded $165,000 in scholarships to interns. The students attend Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

The scholarships are part of its longstanding commitment. They take pride in supporting HBCUs and the next generation of leaders. The scholarships will help the education of 11 students. The students will receive scholarships to help them complete their education. The Chevrolet scholarship program is part of its effort to promote inclusion. It is needed in the automotive industry. The program is aimed at helping to create a more diverse workforce. The automaker wants to reflect the demographics of America. Chevrolet is proud to support the next young leaders at HBCUs.

The NNPA Partnership With Chevrolet

The National Newspaper Publishers Association has partnered with Chevrolet. The program wrapped up its sixth year of success.

It gives aspiring journalists in-depth experiences. The partnership has been extremely productive, with students working alongside renowned publishers. They learn about new-age and traditional journalism. We cannot wait to see their stories on EV myths within their communities.

The Discover the Unexpected initiative is a ten-week-long scholarship and internship program. It is designed for 11 students from HBCUs.

Five are in marketing, and six are in journalism. The mission is to explore marketing roles. They are focused on the automaker's vision for a future of all-electric vehicles. They also study journalism with the NNPA. This program is an amazing opportunity for the students.

They will gain real-world experience in marketing and journalism. They will also learn about opportunities and challenges. The focus will be on the automotive industry and the media.

Publishers from across the country hosted the six journalism fellows. Students learned broadcast, print, digital, and photojournalism skills. They also got to experience the Chevy Bolt EUV up close. The fellows were assigned to different markets. They worked with veteran journalists at the respective papers. They learned more about the inner workings of a newsroom.

The students toured the facilities of the Associated Press. The highlight of the fellowship was a trip to the Chevrolet electric vehicle campus. The students got a chance to test drive the new Chevy Bolt. They learned about the company planning to expand its electric vehicle lineup. The fellows also attended the National Association of Black Journalists. It is their annual convention. There, they networked with editors and reporters. These individuals are from top publications. They also learned about the latest trends in journalism.

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Chevrolet is committed to diversity and supporting Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Are you interested in learning more about the scholarships and how to apply? Visit our dealership in Arlington, TX.