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Joan Donaldson CBC News Scholarship

CBC News is proud to offer this award to aspiring journalists from across the country.

About Joan Donaldson

Joan Donaldson was the founding Head of Newsworld responsible for the development and operation of the network.

About the Joan Donaldson CBC News Scholarship

Each Donaldson Scholar receives an orientation to CBC News and Centres, training and an intensive four-month paid internship at one or more locations within CBC News and Centres.

2020 Joan Donaldson CBC News Scholarship recipients

The 2020 Joan Donaldson Scholars: Ashley Fraser, Dexter McMillan, Hadeel Abdel-Nabi, Jade Prévost-Manuel, Jasmine Mani, Julianna Perkins, Maan Alhmidi, Menaka Raman-Wilms, Meriem Regragui Chiadmi, Sam Nar.

Past Recipients: Joan Donaldson CBC News Scholarship

Past recipients of the Joan Donaldson CBC News Scholarship
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