The Daniel Pearl
The Daniel Pearl Berkshire Scholarship was established in 2003 with major support from The Berkshire Eagle, the North Adams Transcript and friends of Daniel Pearl, to benefit Berkshire-area students who intend to major in journalism or music.
ABOUT DANIEL PEARL
Daniel Pearl was a reporter for The Wall
Street Journal who was kidnapped and killed, at the age of 38, by terrorists in
He joined The Wall Street Journal in 1990,
and worked in its
At the time of his death,
The $1,000 award will be given to a student who intends to study and pursue a career in either journalism or music.
Eligibility is limited to residents of
Guidelines and applications may be downloaded here, or can be obtained from area high school guidance offices.
If your questions are not answered in the
guidelines on this site, please contact Martin C.
The Daniel Pearl Berkshire Scholarship
continues to receive annual donations from The Berkshire Eagle and the North
Adams Transcript, and also welcomes support from “friends of Danny” and others
interested. Donations may be sent payable to the Daniel Pearl Berkshire Scholarship c/o Martin C. Langeveld,