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The American Advertising Federation - Greater Evansville Scholarships

The American Advertising Federation Greater Evansville promotes careers in advertising, marketing, graphic design or public relations through its scholarship program. This April, at least three scholarships will be awarded - one $2,500 scholarship to a current college student and multiple $1,500 scholarships to graduating high school seniors.


To be eligible for an American Advertising Federation Greater Evansville Scholarship, applicant must:
- be graduating from a high school OR attending college in one of these counties: Vanderburgh, Warrick, Posey, Gibson or Pike in Indiana; Edwards, White, Wabash or Wayne in Illinois; or Henderson, Union and Daviess in Kentucky
- be majoring in advertising, marketing, graphic design or public relations
- possess a minimum 3.0 GPA

If you have questions, call Lori Martin
at 812-779-8111.

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