This scholarship is presented to someone pursuing a career in Broadcasting.
If you've completed a minimum of 30 semester credit hours with at least 10 hours related to the broadcasting field, you are encouraged to apply. Consideration will be based on current grade point average, financial need, past experience and extra curricular activities including community involvement.
Ryan was a valued Rural Radio Network employee who touched many lives and many individuals provided opportunities for him to develop his talents. It is his legacy to provide those same opportunities to future broadcasters.
If you are interested, download the scholarship application here.
Apply today, or tell a friend or relative pursing their own broadcasting career.
The Ryan Guill Scholarship might be just what your are looking for.
Special appreciation to ALL our Great Nebraska Tractor Riders & friends who have generously contributed to make this scholarship possible over the past few years.
Thank you so much!