National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
$2,000 annually, non-renewable.
One award offered annually.
Kenneth Sloat Langley was a founding member of the San Francisco/ Northern California Chapter, serving as our first Vice President and National Trustee, from 1961-63, and later as Program Chair in 1986. Professionally, Ken was Program Assistant at CBSTV from 1952-55, a producer, writer, director for KCBS Radio during the years 1957-60, and Director of TV and Radio for the Tuberculosis Association of California until his death. This scholarship is provided each year by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, San Fransisco Chapter, so as to honor his memory and to recognize students who demonstrate strong talent in scriptwriting.
Applications and additional information are available online. In addition to the application, applicants must submit: a recommendation letter from the dean or professor as well as the names of two fa ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.
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