The AV and MJ Mason Trust offers an annual publishing scholarship. Established by Andrew Mason, a highly respected book editor, the scholarship is offered to one student studying publishing each year. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of financial need and is aimed at students who would not otherwise be able to study publishing. The scholarship aims to cover approximately 75% of the tuition fee for one student studying full time.
Applications are to be made directly to the Mason Publishing Trust and must be received by 31 January each year. More information is available from the publishing programme.
The publishing programme offers a scholarship to fluent speakers of te reo Māori to complete the Graduate Diploma in Publishing (Applied).
Aimed at tertiary graduates who are fluent in Māori with a passion for books and language, this scholarship seeks to support the publishing of Māori-language books and resources and build skills in Māori publishing.
Recipients of the scholarship have the majority of their course fee paid and will get direct, practical experience working in te reo Māori, with guidance from experienced mentors.
This internship offers paid work to three graduates of the Graduate Diploma in Publishing each year. It is funded by Creative New Zealand and administered by the Publishers Association of New Zealand (PANZ).
The internship is a structured programme of mentoring for interns. It gives talented newcomers additional support after graduation to develop their confidence and experience, and it allows publishers to try out a new employee or role in their organisation and can facilitate a one-off project.
Publishers who wish to host an intern apply each year in September to PANZ. A panel from PANZ and Whitireia then selects three top interns from graduate applications and matches interns with employers.
This annual prize acknowledges and encourages editors starting out on their careers. It has been offered by the Mason Publishing Trust each year since 2011 to a graduate of the Diploma in Publishing (Applied).
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