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TLMI Two-Year Degree Scholarship Program

$1,000

March 31, 2020

Awards Available: 4

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  • 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.

    Applicant must demonstrate interest in entering the tag and label industry and exhibit proficiency in overall academics and maintain a 3.00 or higher GPA and provide an official college transcript for all course work completed. Must 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. Must 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.) For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • TLMI Scholarship Selection Committee
  • Tag & Label Manufacturers Institute, Inc.
  • 1 Blackburn Center
  • Gloucester, MA 01930
  • office@tlmi.com
  • tel: 978-282-1400
  • fax: 978-282-3238

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