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"We are thrilled to recognize these outstanding scholarship winners, who represent the future of our profession and illustrate the importance of fighting for First Amendment freedoms," said Jeff Mason, WHCA president and White House Correspondent for Reuters.
"We look forward to celebrating them at the White House Correspondents' Dinner and watching them as they progress in their careers." READ MORE In 2014 the White House Correspondents' Association marked the 100th anniversary of its founding to advocate for reporters on that historic assignment.
We are proud to sponsor several prestigious professional journalism AWARDS that highlight our colleagues' significant accomplishments in the field.
The call for entries goes out in January, and awards are presented in the spring at the annual dinner. Over the years, many of our association's activities have been documented by C-SPAN, which is hosting a video archive of the White House Correspondents' Association dinners and related historical footage.
Auctions and raffles of WHCA DINNER tickets designed to raise money for other organizations or for commercial purposes are against the policy of the organization.
Only WHCA members are eligible to purchase tickets.
ABOUT THE WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENTS' Association™ The WHCA™ represents the White House press corps in its dealings with the administration on coverage-related issues.
"No one is better suited to speak about the importance of a free and independent press than Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.
We are delighted they accepted our invitation to present these prestigious awards." The WHCA represents the White House press corps in its dealings with the administration and advocates for journalists' ability to see and report on the president and his staff.
To qualify for regular MEMBERSHIP, a correspondent must be employed on the editorial staff of a newspaper, magazine, wire service, radio, TV, cable TV, or other broadcast organization or news gathering organization that regularly reports on the White House.
His or her principal journalistic assignments must involve White House coverage with such activities as attending briefings or participating in the in-town pool rotation.