ABOUT THE FOUNDATION

Established in 1959 as the charitable arm of the Television Academy, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation is dedicated to using the artistry of television to preserve and celebrate the history of television, and educate those who will shape its future.

Television is a collaborative art. Writers, producers, executives, actors, makeup artists, set designers, electricians, videographers, composers and many other professionals are responsible for everything we see on the screen. The TV Academy Foundation understands that aspiring television professionals need guidance and opportunities as they make their ways into this dynamic industry. By educating students and their teachers, as well as by providing internship opportunities and scholarships, the Foundation has been opening doors and launching careers since its inception.

We invite you to explore some of the Foundation's renowned programs including the Archive of American Television, Student Internship Program, College Television Awards, Fred Rogers Memorial Scholarship, TV Faculty Seminar and more.

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