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Geri Wolff Scholarship For Women in Computer Science or Design Degrees

Award Amount
$2,000
Awards Available
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Deadline
December 1, 2017
  • Scholarship Description
  • We are the only not-for-profit independent voice of the digital signage industry, reflecting the diverse constituencies that make up our industry. Our goal is to continue building a strong foundation for the advancement of the industry. To this end, we partner with our members and key organizations to provide education, networking, and advocacy to continue moving the growth of the industry forward. So whether you are launching a new ad-based network or you've been around since the inception of digital signage, our hope is that you will find the resources you need to thrive. For full details and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

    Criteria:
    -Academic record, professional references, commitment to a career in the field of computer sciences and specifically digital signage, will be considered.
    -Women must beenrolled full-time in an accredited university with a declared major in computer sciences, committed to graduation
    -Must be a sophomore, junior or senior year
    -Must have a minimum GPA of a 3.0
    -Student must be a U.S. or Canadian citizen and must attend college in the U.S. or Canada during the duration of the scholarship year
    -Scholarship must be applied solely to academic purposes
    -Applicant must submit two (2) professional letters of recommendation
    -Must include a typed statement 500 words (typed, 12 pt. font, single-spaced) or less, explaining the value and creativity the applicant feels he/she can bring to the digital signage industry and cite a technological accomplishment that demonstratesoriginality and innovative thinking in the field of computer science that can translate to the DS industry.
  • Contact
  • Kim Sarubbi
  • DSF Geri Wolff Schoalrship c/o Digital Signage Federation
  • PO Box 3363
  • Warrenton, VA 20188
  • kim@saddleranchdigital.com
  • 702-528-9368

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