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CNS Loren Martin Hintz Scholarship

The Irish American Post's Loren Martin Hintz Scholarship is an annual award, created in partnership with the nonprofit Carvd N Stone. We recognize excellence in travel writing that captures the culture, people and often life-changing experiences of these journeys. Each year, a new winner is chosen to receive a $1000 check, as a tribute to the award-winning career of Loren Martin Hintz, who traveled around the world capturing unique people and moments in words and photographs. The focus of the scholarship is on promoting and encouraging the next generation of travel writers, and it is open to applicants from around the world. Whether you're an aspiring journalist or just have a passion for travel and writing, the Loren Martin Hintz Scholarship is a great opportunity to showcase your skills and potentially win a significant award.

Visit https://www.carvdnstone.com/scholarship-fund for more information.

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About Martin

Loren Martin Hintz, also known as Marty, was a passionate advocate for Irish culture, community all things Celtic. In 1990, he founded the Irish American Post, a monthly newspaper that was widely distributed in homes and pubs throughout the Midwest. The Post served as a lively source of news and information for thousands of Irish diaspora readers. Marty was one of the founding members of Milwaukee's Irish Fest, serving as its first public relations director and welcoming Irish bands and storytellers to the Hintz household during the early years of the festival. Despite his passing in 2020, Marty will always be remembered as the driving force behind the Irish American Post and a beloved figure in the Irish community.

 

"Dying is a troublesome business: there is pain to be suffered, and it wrings one's heart; but death is a splendid thing - a warfare accomplished, a beginning all over again, a triumph."
 

George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) Irish writer

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