Chevrolet Awarded $165,000 in Scholarships to 2022 HBCU Marketing and Journalism Interns  

Chevrolet is awarding $165,000 in scholarships to marketing and journalism interns. They are students at HBCUs across the country.

The scholarships are part of Chevrolet's ongoing efforts. They support HBCUs and promote diversity in the automotive industry.

Chevrolet is committed to helping young leaders thrive. These scholarships will help open doors for talented and ambitious students. It is a stepping stone as they pursue careers in marketing and journalism. The program provides students with the opportunity to gain real-world experience.

They will be working at a major automaker. Chevrolet's internship program is one of the most highly respected in the industry. They're excited to offer scholarships to students who want to participate.

The Chevrolet and the National Newspaper Publishers Association Connection

Chevrolet and the National Newspaper Publishers Association ended the Discover the Unexpected program. It is the sixth year of the partnership.

The 10-week scholarship and internship program provides 11 HBCU students with opportunities. They explore marketing roles focused on General Motors' vision. The automaker is working on an all-electric future and journalism with the NNPA. The students are placed in internships. It is with the largest and most influential media companies in America. They also have the opportunity to attend the NNPA conference. They learned from some of the most respected journalists in the industry. The program has been a great success. Many interns have gone on to successful careers in marketing and journalism. This year's class is no exception. They will positively impact the industries they are entering.

During the program, students were able to create content and engaging stories. They wrote about EV adoption, the Chevy Bolt EUV, and electrification. It allows them to also act as change agents in their communities. One of the best things about the program is the opportunity for students. They can share their knowledge and excitement about electric vehicles with others. It is a great way to help promote electric vehicles and encourage more people to switch to EVs.

The National Newspaper Publishers Association hosted six journalism fellows. The students learned about print, broadcast, digital, and photojournalism skills. They also experienced the Chevy Bolt EUV in person.

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