SCCTA Foundation Staff will administer the paid summer internship programs which will provide a real-world work experience for the students.
It's important to note that each university, and the SCCTA Foundation, are equally committed to the success of this scholarship program, and the students involved," Mr.
The South Carolina Cable Television Foundation is funded by member companies of the SCCTA.
SCCTA Executive Director Nancy Horne commented, "Our broadband network is living up to its promise of being the perfect pipeline for the delivery of quality, state-originated programming such as "Governor Sanford and The People".
For local channel information, call your local cable system operator or SCCTA at 800/321-3111.
SCCTA represents the cable television industry before the South Carolina General Assembly, state regulators, and Congress on issues of importance to the industry.
Since the program's inception in 1997, the SCCTA has presented 25 college scholarships totaling $125,000.
The SCCTA provides a forum for business or individuals interested in or associated with the Southern California cable and telecommunications industries.
's mission is to advance the cable and telecommunications industry's public policy interests and the industry's operating, programming and technology developments in order to better serve the people of South Carolina.
is an association of telecommunications, information and entertainment services professionals.
The 2000 SCCTA Scholarship recipients are: Bradley Craig, a resident of Newport Beach from Newport Harbor High School; Nicholas Edwards a resident of Camarillo from Camarillo High School; Asha Goud a resident of Huntington Beach from Edison High School, Huntington Beach; Aaron Levine, a resident of Calabasas from Calabasas High School; and Bethany Smith, a resident of Victorville from Silverado High School, Victorville.
This SCCTA program underscores the cable industry's commitment to higher education in Southern California.