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The 2024 Steven DeNure scholarship has found a winner

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The Youth Media Alliance is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2024 Steven DeNure Scholarship.

Maria Bui for an internship with Lopii Productions has been awarded the 2024 Steven DeNure Scholarship. 

Maria Is a graduate from Centennial College in Children's Media program and has expressed a real interest in working in children's TV. She is A keen creative with an enterprising drive and a passion for children's media and play-based learning. A strong team player that contributes resourcefulness and a wealth of diverse experience.

The summer intern at Lopii Productions would help the small but mighty team by wrapping up production on their current project 'Bestest Day Ever with My Best Friend' and assisting with research and development on upcoming projects. Among the many skills already mastered, she will work on production training, research, writing, development, on-set training, social media and post

Congratulations !

The Youth Media Alliance is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2024 Steven DeNure Scholarship.

Maria Bui for an internship with Lopii Productions has been awarded the 2024 Steven DeNure Scholarship. 

Maria Is a graduate from Centennial College in Children's Media program and has expressed a real interest in working in children's TV. She is A keen creative with an enterprising drive and a passion for children's media and play-based learning. A strong team player that contributes resourcefulness and a wealth of diverse experience.

The summer intern at Lopii Productions would help the small but mighty team by wrapping up production on their current project 'Bestest Day Ever with My Best Friend' and assisting with research and development on upcoming projects. Among the many skills already mastered, she will work on production training, research, writing, development, on-set training, social media and post

Congratulations !

The YMA is launching the Steven DeNure Children's Content Internship to encourage and support YMA members to offer students or emerging producers an immersive paid work experience, in English or in French, with a production company or broadcaster working in children's content.

The goal is to support the development of well-rounded members of the industry by placing emerging talent with established production companies, studios or broadcasters who can offer hands-on skills development in content strategy, development, writing, production, or marketing of children's content. 

The YMA is committed to achieving greater diversity in the children's content industry and encourages applications that support interns from equity-seeking groups, including Indigenous, Black, People or Colour, neurodiverse, LGBTQIA+, and persons with disabilities. 

This funding has been made possible thanks to contributions from YMA members Marlowe Stone, Steven DeNure and

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