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Graphic Communications Scholarship,
Award and
Career Advancement Foundation


Contact Information
GC Scholarship Foundation
c/o Jerry Mandelbaum, President
24 Sagamore Road
Maplewood, NJ 07040

212-400-2449

email: jmandelbaum@gcsfny.org
web: www.GCScholarships.org


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From METRO GRAPHICS REPORTER:

GCSF Eclipses Previous Fundraising Records
with Sum Amassed for 2016 Scholarships

GCSF Sets Record with $100,000+ in Scholarships to 31 Deserving Students

2015 Video:

Two Late-Spring Events Show
That Raising Money for Industry Education Is Good Work for All Seasons

 

 

 

 

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Helping students achieve their careers.

The Graphic Communications Scholarship, Award and Career Advancement Foundation founded in 2003 is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation with the following goals in mind.

To increase the awareness of rewarding careers in graphic communications and to develop and implement promotional programs to encourage career interests in all phases of graphic communications, including but not limited to advertising, design, Internet/intranets, interactive media, printing, publishing, journalism, digital asset management, photography and other graphic communication related career opportunities.

To help mentor or advise junior high, intermediate, and middle and high school students (grades 6-12) and college and university students pursuing careers in graphic communications.

To obtain and make available the resources, training aids and educational materials of the Foundation to individuals in pursuit of graphic communications related education at secondary and post-secondary schools.

To promote and provide scholarships/financial aid and other assistance to students pursuing careers in graphic communications.

To implement up to date criteria to certify the skills and recognize the educational accomplishments of those pursuing careers in graphic communications.

To offer internships and/or work study opportunities to students involved in graphic communications programs.

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