The Sho Fund supports professional development opportunities for journalists of color to attend the annual SABEW conference and training workshops in honor of SABEW board member Shobhana Chandra.
The fellowship is for business journalists interested in using government data to tell stories and is made possible thanks to a grant from the Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Family Foundation. Fellows attend advanced data workshops in Washington, D.C., and at the Federal Reserve bank of St. Louis.
Health Care Fellows
Journalists selected to be Health Care Fellows attend SABEW’s annual Health Care Symposium supported by a grant from The Commonwealth Fund.
The Cox-SABEW Fellowship recognizes University of Georgia students who have embraced business journalism and qualified for the recognition through professional experience and student media.
David J. Morrow Fellows
The Morrow scholarship is a partnership between the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of South Carolina and SABEW. The scholarship is for students aspiring to become business journalists, and the funds are designated for college tuition and expenses associated with attending a SABEW conference.