Flag Manufacturers Association of America Educational Scholarship Program
Eligible applicants must be high school seniors continuing their education in a degree program, to help them attain their education goals.
Scholarships totaling up to $2,000 will be awarded annually. This is a one-time award and is not renewable. The winning video entry will become the property of the Flag Manufacturers Association of America and will be made available on YouTube and the FMAA web site.
- Entries should be videos explaining what the United States flag means to the applicant; videos should be no longer than three minutes
- Videos will be judged on content, original thought, visual imagery, and patriotic expression
- Five copies of the videos should be submitted on CD-ROM (not DVD) to FMAA headquarters at 994 Old Eagle School Road, Suite 1019, Wayne, PA 19087-1866
- Entries must be accompanied by applicant’s name, address, phone, email, current high school, and a brief statement of future plans; applicant should also include where they found out about this scholarship program, as well as a signed Video Release Form
Entries should be submitted by June 1st. The winner will be initially notified by email. A decision will be made by July 4th.
Press releases will be sent to media outlets after the winning entry has been posted on YouTube and on the FMAA web site.
For further information, contact:
Director of Marketing
Flag Manufacturers Association of America
994 Old Eagle School Road, Suite 1019
Wayne, PA 19087-1866
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