Encouraging Service Through Scholarships and Fellowships
Supporting those persons who seek to serve the church through the ministry of communications is an important way we fulfill our mission to tell the stories of The United Methodist Church and its people.
We believe that it is vital for the Church to have professional communicators who reflect the diversity of the global United Methodist Church. We therefore offer a variety of named scholarships and fellowships that provide critical training and experience for persons interested in pursuing a career in religious communications.
The $2,500 Leonard M. Perryman Communications Scholarship for Racial Ethnic Minorities is awarded to an undergraduate pursuing the study of religion journalism or mass communications.
The $6000 grant Stoody-West Fellowship assists a United Methodist student in her or his post-graduate study at an accredited U.S. college or university who intends to pursue a career in religious journalism. Learn more
For information regarding scholarships and fellowships, please contact the Relationship Team.