NPPF Joseph Ehrenreich Scholarships

The funds for these scholarships honoring the late Joseph Ehrenreich were provided by his widow, Mrs. Amelia Ehrenreich, now deceased. Given annually since 1976, it is the oldest continually offered scholarship of the NPPF. Early on Joseph Ehrenreich recognized the potential of 35mm photography and the Nikon camera in particular, for which he became the exclusive importer. He was personally known by most Americans who used that camera in the '50s and '60s. Ehrenreich stressed quality and fine engineering with the company in those years. In 1962, the Japanese government honored him with a citation for outstanding promotion of Japanese American trade. After his death, EPOI was sold to Nikon Inc. The scholarship grants are provided annually.

Eligibility: Students must have completed one year at a recognized four-year college or university having courses in photojournalism and must be continuing in a program leading to a bachelor's degree, and must have at least one half year of undergraduate schooling remaining at time of award. These awards are aimed at those with journalism potential, but with little opportunity and great need. NPPF will award five Joseph Ehrenreich Scholarships.

Contact Information:
Mike Smith Picture Desk The New York Times 229 W. 43rd St. New York, NY 10036

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