Golden Hearts Foundations Establishes Native American Media Scholarship

Non-Profit Organization establishes a scholarship for Native Americans studying Media.

Pacific Pallisades, CA, December 02, 2008 --( The Golden Hearts Foundation of Pacific Palisades, CA is proud to announce the establishment of “The Native American Communications Scholarship”. This award will be utilized to help students of Alaskan Native/American Indian descent who are studying in a communications area, such as: Journalism, Broadcasting, Political Communications, Speech or Debate Forensics.

”The Native American Communications Scholarship” is a merit based award that applicants must demonstrate need, as well as have experience in debate, speech, broadcasting and any other communication related activity while in high school or at the University level. Requirements are: Personal Essay, 2 Letters of Recommendation, Tribal Enrollment (Alaskan Native/American Indian) and Communications area of study.

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About The Golden Hearts Foundation
The Golden Hearts Foundation is a non-profit foundation founded in 2003 by Dr. Valerie Anne Kirkgaard. The foundation’s work focuses on communication, from education in broadcasting content and radio training to scholarships in areas of communication and public service. The main goal of The Golden Hearts Foundation is the development of public and participant education and awareness.

The Golden Hearts Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and receipts will be issued for any donation in excess of $250.00. The Golden Hearts Foundation follows the “Donor’s Bill of Rights”.

Media Contact Info:
Dr. Valerie Anne Kirkgaard
869 Via De La Paz, Suite F
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Phone: (310) 455-8623
Fax: (310) 455-2622

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Valerie Anne Kirkgaard, PhD
310 455 8623
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