TLMI Two-Year Degree Scholarship Program

Award Amount
$1,000
Awards Available
4
Deadline
March 31, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • This scholarship program is for students enrolled in a flexographic printing program at a two-year college or degree-granting technical school. This grant is targeted at students seeking a career in the flexographic industry. Your school advisor must review your application and submit it to TLMI Headquarters.

    Eligibility:
    -Demonstrate interest in entering the tag and label industry
    -Exhibit proficiency in overall academics and maintain a 3.00 or higher GPA
    -Provide an official college transcript for all course work completed
    -Submit a Personal Statement, which should include: information about themselves, financial circumstances, career and/or educational goals, employment experience and reasons why they should be selected for this award
    -Present a completed application to his/her school advisor for submission to TLMI. Applications will not be accepted directly from a student. (Each learning facility can submit two applications to the TLMI Scholarship Selection Committee.)
  • Contact
  • TLMI Scholarship Selection Committee
  • Tag & Label Manufacturers Institute, Inc.
  • 1 Blackburn Center
  • Gloucester, MA 01930
  • office@tlmi.com
  • 978-282-1400

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