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NABEF Announces Engineering Internship Recipients for 2007
Washington - Apr 10, 2007 - The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF) has named the 10 participants in the NABEF Broadcast Technology and Engineering Internship Program. The program, in its inaugural year, will provide participating students exposure in the broadcast engineering field by attending NAB2007.
The NABEF Broadcast Technology and Engineering Internship Program reinforces the broadcast industry's diversity efforts by increasing the number of women and people of color entering the broadcast engineering field. The NABEF fellowship recipients were selected from a pool of qualified candidates with demonstrated ability and interest in broadcasting. The 2007 participants include:
|Crystal Dapheen Essex|
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
|Johnathan F. Lovelace|
|Jessica L. Sturgis|
|Varian Cavell Lucas|
University of North Texas
Napa Valley College
Bates Technical College
Boise State University
|Patricia L. Walsh|
The NAB Education Foundation supports and advocates education and training programs, strategies to increase diversity, initiatives stressing the importance of the First Amendment, community service, philanthropy and other timely broadcasting issues.
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