Gloria Macarenko and CBC News team, CBC News: Vancouver at 5, 5:30 & 6 p.m.Experience Three Months In The CBC Newsroom

Work With Some Of The Finest Journalists In The Country

Explore The Latest Integration In Television, Radio And The Web

The CBC News scholarship program is open to B.C. students enrolled in, or recently graduated from, a journalism program. The program aims to strengthen B.C. based talent and to open doors for a diversity of voices.

The opportunities are endless! The program lets you explore everything from television and radio producing and reporting to writing news for the web.

Cecilia Walters, CBC RadioYou will have the opportunity to work with Canada's top journalists which will give you an edge in getting your career off to a solid start.

How to Apply

Send us a letter introducing yourself, current resume, transcript of marks, a written or verbal recommendation from a professor, a journalism portfolio from any media and a 500-word essay on the following topic: Which Canadian journalist would you describe as a role model and why?

Natalie Clancy, CBC News: Vancouver at Eleven


Send us your application by February 14, 2014.
The successful canidates will work in the CBC Vancouver newsroom for 3 months this summer.

About CBC News

CBC News draws on the expertise of television and radio bureaus across Canada and a strong resource base of foreign bureaus.

About CBC

Dan Burritt, CBC News: Vancouver The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is Canada's largest cultural institution and it belongs to all Canadians. We tell Canadian stories reflecting the reality and diversity of our country, inform Canadians about news and issues of relevance, and support Canadian arts and culture. We are the only broadcaster offering services to all Canadians in English and French across Canada.