Marketing is a fairly popular major. Therefore, it has quite a few scholarships for students trying to get a degree in the field. If you’re planning on majoring in marketing, you definitely want to do some research into any scholarships available. Below are three marketing major scholarships you need to check out.
Deadline: TBD for 2021
The FFA, or the Future Farmers of America, presents the AGCO Corporation FFA Scholarship. The scholarship awards $2,000 to students in multiple undergraduate majors, including marketing and sales. However, the scholarship is only available to those who are FFA members.
In addition to being an FFA member, you must currently be a high school senior or already in college to qualify for this scholarship. You will also have to demonstrate financial need. The application includes questions about your activities and a 1,000-word essay. Completing this application also enters you into other FFA scholarships automatically.
Amount: Up to $5,000
Deadline: June 1, 2020
The Helen Brett Scholarships honors the late Helen Brett, a pioneer in the exhibition industry. For students interested in marketing and want to go into the exhibition industry, consider this scholarship! Along with a completed application, students must have at least a 3.0 GPA and submit their transcript, resume, and two letters of recommendation.
Deadline: March 15
Are you are pursuing a degree in marketing and considering a job in food service after graduation? Then you may want to apply for the IFEC Scholarship Award. The scholarship awards between $1,500 to $6,000 to students. It can be a very beneficial scholarship, as long as you meet the qualifications.
The International Foodservice Editorial Council or IFEC hosts this scholarship. You need to demonstrate your interest in working in food or the food-service industry. Applicants must also have a good academic record, demonstrated financial need, and be enrolled in college full time. The IFEC will also request references from you. You may be pursuing any degree from Associate’s to Master’s.
Do you have a question regarding qualifications for the IFEC Scholarship Award? Contact the International Foodservice Editorial Council.
These are only three of the dozens and possibly hundreds of scholarships that are open to marketing majors. Explore and do some digging to find scholarships and awards that are open to you. The internet and scholarship databases are a great place to start but don’t forget about other possible sources. For example, use your high school guidance counselor office, the financial aid office of your college, and look for local grants and scholarships. Who knows, you may find the perfect scholarship for you!
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