The Carol Mendelsohn College Drama Fellowship25 Apr 2017, by Uncategorized in
HUMANITAS is deeply committed to honoring the writers of today as well as empowering the up-and-coming writers of tomorrow. These fellowships are awarded to an individual completing an undergraduate or graduate writing program with a focus on screenwriting. It is a goal of the fellowship to nurture writers who can create television programs that deeply explore the human condition while also being entertaining and commercially successful. Submissions are submitted through universities only. For more information, contact your school or The HUMANITAS Prize. The winner receives $20,000.
Deadline for Fellowship submissions is May 25, 2017 at 11:59 PM.
What is the Carol Mendelsohn College Drama Fellowship?
The Carol Mendelsohn College Drama Fellowship was created by acclaimed TV writer and producer Carol Mendelsohn, best known for her work on the crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which was once ranked as the top-watched TV show in the world. Carol is also known for her work in Hardcastle and McCormick, Stingray, Wiseguy, The Trials of Rosie O’Neill, and Melrose Place. A long-time HUMANITAS Board member, Carol is passionately devoted to help worthy young writers break into Hollywood and this Fellowship was created for that purpose.