Thanks to the digital age, career opportunities in the marketing field are multiplying as the industry continues to grow and diversify. Forbes has projected that US digital marketing will spend $120 billion by 2021. If you’re pursuing a marketing-related degree, there’s never been a more exciting time to do so. Here are three available scholarships designed specifically for marketing students who are eager to learn and contribute to the industry.
Deadline: May 31
HireInfluence uses content marketing strategies to help brands reach their target markets through authentic social media endorsement. Exploring new avenues of communication and advertising has lead them to serve the largest brands in the world, such as Warner Bros, Gatorade, Microsoft, eBay and more. They thrive on the constant evolution of the digital space and realize that future trends will emerge from tomorrow’s leaders and young entrepreneurs.
HireInfluence supports and aims to foster the skills necessary to help launch the aspirations and desired career path of up and coming business leaders and technical innovators. One of the ways to show that support is through their $500 Entrepreneur Scholarship.
Deadline: TBD for 2020
HubShout supports the next generation of Internet Marketing professionals. In the SEO Reseller space for the better part of a decade, they feel it is important to give back. Undergraduates may apply. They must also have a minimum of 3.0 GPA to apply. The strongest candidate with a demonstrated passion for Internet Marketing receives a $1,000 scholarship.
Deadline: June 1, 2020
10x Digital, a digital marketing service, offers its Digital Marketing Scholarship to current students majoring in digital marketing or related fields. High school seniors and undergraduates may apply for this $2,000 award. Along with taking at least 10 credit hours in the fall semester, students must also submit a 500-word essay answering 10x Digital’s prompt and why they deserve the scholarship.
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