B-CU Student Tedarius Abrams Receives Chevrolet and National Newspaper Publisher's Association's Discover the Unexpected Fellowship
DAYTONA BEACH, FL- Tedarius Abrams, a senior Mass Communications major, Business Administration minor, has been chosen for the Chevrolet and National Newspaper Publishers Association’s Discover the Unexpected Program (DTU). This program is a journalism fellowship that is giving HBCU students an opportunity to receive a $10,000 scholarship, plus a $5,000 stipend and an incredible eight-week road trip with media internships in four American cities. The students will Discover the Unexpected about themselves, our communities and everyday people making a real difference.
"Tedarius is well deserving of this fellowship. His work ethic and thirst for knowledge in his field is undeniable," said Troy Lyle, B-CU Multimedia Manager, and university communications internship student mentor. All across campus, you are guaranteed to run into Tedarius with his camera in tow. He is always prepared to capture the best quality content from the most innovative angles. The content that he generates for B-CU sports programs, Office of Institutional Advancement, and Communications is vital to these departments. He helps to communicate B-CU's brand and University stories to tens of thousands of people across the globe.
To learn more about the Communications Student Internship Program, the National Newspaper Publisher’s Association and Chevrolet Discover the Unexpected, click the links below.