Goat Digital Marketing Scholarship
- Deadline: May 31, 2019
This scholarship was established by David Van Veen, CEO of Goat Digital, an entrepreneur and digital marketing specialist who studied in University of Oregon. David started in the field in 2009 and founded Goat Digital agency in 2014 to deliver high quality web design and online marketing services.Since struggling through college life isn’t new for us at Goat, we decided to come up with this scholarship to help those in need.We would like to support the next generation of students interested in the ever-changing Digital Marketing and web design industry.
The scholarship is available for students (U.S. residents or permanent residents only) currently attending a college or junior college, who will still be enrolled by the Goat Digital Marketing Scholarship May 31st, 2019 deadline date.We don't want to limit it to PR, Website Design or Marketing, so fields of study are unrestricted.Only one submission per person is accepted.
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To apply for the scholarship, please submit the essay on the following topic “What do you think is the future of websites in 10 years?” There’s no need to be thoroughly academic, what we are looking for are bright ideas and not scholarly research.
Regarding length and format, the essays should:
Be written in English;Be between 500-800 words in length;If helpful, include a list of 5-8 resources, including the relevant URLs, at the end of your text (e.g. scholarly research, books, people, examples and case studies, etc).Some advice:Make sure to include a captivating title;Use the latest trends and data;Below the title, please add your name and affiliation;If you intend to use images in your essay, please make sure they are of high resolution. Please indicate in the text where the images should be placed;Submit your text as a Microsoft Word document (.doc or .docx) or Google doc.
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