The MyInquirer newspaper offers scholarship through the Inquirer Journalism Scholarship Program. Founded in 1993, the journalism scholarship program has been created to support students with exceptional grades and talent for writing. Scholarships are given every other year to at least 5 students starting on their third year in college.
Once chose, the scholars get a stipend every year. They also get training and the opportunity to work at the Inquirer for at least 2 years after graduation.
Many of these scholars are now working as Inquirer reporters or editors. Others are known to be popular in their own fields.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer is undeniably the country’s most credible and influential newspaper with more than 1 million readers daily across the country. The newspaper is the one of the country’s most trusted source of hard hitting news and countless exposures.
Besides being the country’s leading journalistic voice, the Inquirer is also strongly committed to social responsibility and has taken an active role in various socio-civic programs. Its meaningful goal of making a difference in the everyday life of Filipinos continues to be the driving force behind its journalistic and corporate initiatives.
Further reading, https://www.inquirer.com.ph/social-responsibility/inq-scholarship-program/
The Inquirer champions causes related to children and youth, health, education and the environment. It has not only inspired action through its journalism but has also directly participated and partnered in its belief that they are truly agents of change that can inspire society to take action and be involved.
Submit your application to
Inquirer Corporate Affairs
The Philippine Daily Inquirer
1098 Chino Roces Avenue
Corner Yague and Mascardo Streets
Makati City 1204, Philippines
Attention: Bianca Kasilag-Macahilig
Telephone: 02 897 8808 local 352