Cape Ann Student Wins $2,500 Journalism Scholarship


The Journalism Education Foundation of New England, a division of the New England Newspaper & Press Association, announced that Caroline Enos, of Gloucester, is one of just three high school recipients of its $2,500 scholarships this year.  The other recipients were from Rhode Island and Connecticut. 

Enos is a student at Suffolk University where she is studying journalism and political science. 

Receiving this scholarship at the end of my senior year of high school helped me feel confident that I was making the right choice in what major I should pursue. This time around, it has helped me feel like I am on the right track in my studies and in my career path. 

Because of this scholarship, I have had the opportunity to focus on my studies and journalism without having to worry as much about paying for school. I have been able to write for several newspapers, including The Boston Globe, where I was a co-op on the City Desk, and The Gloucester Daily Times. 

Congratulations Caroline.

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