It’s no secret that the cost of higher education in the United States and Canada has skyrocketed in the past decade. With little sign of letting up, many students are relying upon scholarships from a disparate array of sources to make ends meet financially.
Life is particularly tough for students in fine arts and humanities but Nikon hopes to change that with a new scholarship.
Students in the United States and Canada are receiving an excellent opportunity to win a $USD 10,000 scholarship from Nikon to help defray the costs of higher education.
As part of its 100th anniversary celebration, Nikon’s “Storytellers” scholarship was announced earlier this year as part of the company’s efforts to commemorate its founding and began accepting applications on December 14.
The money is to promote the “next generation” of creators and is open to undergraduate and graduate students at accredited universities or technical schools who are pursuing a career or specialization in visual arts, fine arts, journalism, film, photography and multimedia/content creation according to the program’s website.