The application period for all BECA Scholarships is January 25th, 2017 to March 25th, 2017. BECA Scholarships will be awarded for the Fall 2018 semester.
The Dr. Herbert Zettl Awards
These awards recognize the career and contributions of Dr. Herbert Zettl to the SF State BECA Department and provides financial assistance to two senior-year students for the quality of their academic achievement as well as the opportunity for them to devote full-time creative energy to the study and advancement of the art of broadcast and electronic communication. Each award is $2,000.
The Dave McElhatton KPIX Broadcast News Internship
Emmy award-winning Senior News Anchor and SF State Alumnus Dave McElhatton began his career at KCBS Radio from 1951 to 1976, then joining KPIX Channel 5 in 1977 until his retirement in 2000. The internship award is $1500 with concurrent enrollment in BECA 576.
The Anthony F. Torrano Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is given to honor the life of Bay Area KRON-TV video journalist Tony Torrano and provides financial support to benefit an undergraduate student in the BECA program who intends to pursue a career in video journalism. Each award is $1,000.
The BAARC Endowed Scholarship for Excellence in Bay Area Radio & Audio Media
The Bay Area Advertising Relief Committee (BAARC) established this scholarship at SF State at the request of the Northern California Broadcasting Association (NCBA) and with the goal of providing financial resources that supports an undergraduate student in the BECA program at the beginning of their career trajectory. Each award is $1,000.
BECA Special Scholarship Fund (formerly known as The Ronondo A. Johnson Memorial Scholarship for Audio Production and Music Recording)
This scholarship is given in memory of SF State alumnus Ronondo A. Johnson and to assist a promising undergraduate student in financial need who is enrolled in the BECA program with an emphasis in Audio Production and Music Recording. Each award is $1,500.
The Dr. Phil Internship Program
This internship program is established with the goal of providing pre-professional experience for an undergraduate student enrolled in the BECA program and in their senior year. Applications can only be made directly to the faculty chair of the BECA Department by email or letter. For questions, contact the BECA departmental office (do not apply through Academic Works).