Pamela Silva Conde Honors College Scholarship

The Pamela Silva Conde Scholarship has been established in order to provide first-generation, low-income, business or journalism majors with the financial support they need to further their education. Pamela Silva Conde, the award-winning co-anchor of the news-magazine show “Primer Impacto” (First Impact), is a six-time Emmy Award-winning journalist. Her afternoon show is one of the highest-rated programs in the U.S. and in 12 Latin-American countries.

Silva Conde holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and a master’s degree in business from Florida International University. She is an SJMC Alumna of the Year and was featured in a cover story in the school’s Bayview alumni magazine.
Two Pamela Silva Conde Scholars will be selected each academic year. Each recipient will be awarded $2,000. Recipients must demonstrate financial need, be degree-seeking undergraduate students enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours per semester, and maintain a minimum 3.3 GPA to be eligible.

This scholarship offering is for $2,000. An Initial $1000.00 distributed during the fall term and the second amount of $1000.00 will be distributed in the spring term.

For consideration, the applicant must meet the following minimum requirements:
• Demonstrate financial need by completing the national Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA);
• Demonstrate “Pell Eligibility” as well as “Unmet Need” in the national Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA);
• Applicant must be a “First Generation Scholar”, which means neither of their parents/guardians completed a 4 year baccalaureate degree or higher and is recorded as such in the national Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA);
• A degree seeking undergraduate student major in College of Business or SJMC enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours per semester during the award period;
• Entering or current Honors College student in good standing (minimum 3.3 GPA);
• Submit two letters of recommendation;
• Submit a 2-page typewritten (double-spaced) essay about your career goals, reasons for choosing the profession, and where you would like to work in the future.

Applications will be reviewed and selection made by the Honors College Scholarship Committee in accordance with specific scholarship requirements.

Pamela Silva Conde '03, MBA '12