All too often, women have to work extra hard to gain the same respect / status as a man in a similar position, especially those in foreign countries. To this end, we at Everipedia have created a list of female reporters and journalists that we believe deserve recognition for their work. The International Women in Media Scholarship aims to bring awareness and recognition to women working tirelessly across the globe in search of the truth.
- $1000 one-time award
- Awarded yearly
- Deadline is July 1.
- The winner will be announced on this page.
- Must be a senior in high school or currently enrolled in a college / university.
- Must be fluent in English. Submissions with poor grammar will not be considered.
- Register for an account on Everipedia (free - personal info needed at time of reward disbursement).
- Go to the following link: List of Female Journalists, Pundits, and Reporters. 
- Select the journalist that you are most interested in that does not have a page already. Use the search bar if you are unsure. Duplicate entries will not be accepted.
- Copy and paste that name into the search bar to create the page.
- Once you are on the edit screen, you should get a tour popup.
- Finish creating the page.
- Go to the contact page: https://www.everipedia.com/contact/
- In the subject line, enter 2017 International Women in Media Scholarship.
- For the main body, enter your name, your Everipedia username, and the link to the page you created
- Select Other as the category
- Enter your email, then your full name
- Click send!
Page Quality Guidelines
- Needs to have a main image.
- Written in the English language.
- At least 6 infobox items. Some easy ones are gender, occupation, employer, location, occupation, nationality, and education.
- At least 6 image gallery photos.
- At least 8 external links. Easy ones include Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, VK, YouTube, their official profile, or their homepage.
- 500 word minimum in the body text.
- Include citations ( such as  ).
- Include at least 8 links to other Everipedia pages (blue links).
- Needs to have page headers like Career, Education, and Personal.
- Duplicate pages will not be considered.
- Here are some example pages: Meghan Kluth, Elizabeth "Liz" Plank, Barbara Cordoba.
- Feel free to go above the minimum guidelines, or even create multiple pages! The better the quality of your page(s), the higher the chance you will be selected as the award recipient.
- If you see another journalist or presenter that does not have a Wikipedia or an Everipedia page, you can create the page and submit it for consideration!
Please submit all questions to email@example.com