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NEDMA (NE Direct Mktg Assoc) Foundation

For marketing, advertising or communications students who will have completed their sophomore or junior years prior to the award year, and who are seriously interested in direct marketing careers.



Deadline: Must be at NEDMA by 5 pm on January 17th. This unique opportunity consists of 4 parts:

1. $3,000 for college tuition

2. Attend a Nationally Sponsored Seminar on the basics of direct marketing. Experience a blend of theory and hands-on direct marketing.

3. Paid Internship (a position in the direct marketing industry in New England). This is NOT an administrative position. Take an active role in a direct marketing company (agency, client, list broker, mail house, printer, cataloger, etc.)

4. Attend the NEDMA Conference in May/June of the coming year (Learn from industry professionals and network with key industry leaders)

For scholarship applications and information, please email nedmafdn@comcast.net

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