The demand for skilled digital marketers is only going to increase as the internet becomes the primary place where people get information, communicate with other people, and discover new services or products.
However, the types of organizations that market on the web goes beyond the typical internet-based or digital-savvy companies we are accustomed to seeing online. Increasingly, governments, nonprofits, and even individuals are using the internet to market their cause, their idea, or themselves.
Connecting Digital Marketing with Your Field of Study
SEOReseller, a company that provides white label SEO and digital marketing services to agencies across the world, is committed to helping the next wave of digital marketers hone their expertise in not just digital marketing but virtually any field that might benefit from digital marketing.
We are proud and excited to offer our Digital Marketing Scholarship in the amount of $1000 each semester!
Potential scholarship awardees need to meet the following criteria
To be eligible for the scholarship, students must have a GPA of 3.0 or better.
Applicants must submit an essay of at least 500 words discussing the impact of digital marketing on their chosen field of study.
Interested applicants may upload their essays along with a scanned copy of their transcripts in the form below.
Deadline for entries will be on December 15, 2018 and June 30, 2019. Winners will be announced in January and July.
Winners will be featured on our scholarship page, and their essays will be published on the SEOReseller.com website.
Best of luck to all applicants!
Our Recent Recipient
Marissa Heffernan of the University of Arizona (June 2018)
Marissa Heffernan is studying Journalism and Environmental Science at the University of Arizona. She fell in love with journalism in high school, and has been covering issues and events in her communities since then. She started as a youth columnist for her local paper, the Journal Tribune, and then in college, worked at the student newspaper the Daily Wildcat as a opinions, news and science reporter, a science editor and now as a managing editor. This past summer, she also interned at the Arizona Daily Star on the science desk, covering everything from citizen science to plastic straws. When she graduates in 2019, she hopes to travel the world, working as an environmental journalist. When she’s not living and breathing journalism, she loves to hike, rock climb and watch crime show reruns. Most of the pictures on her phone are of her cat, Donnie, doing all manner of cat things.
Brian Braun of the University of Central Florida (December 2017)
Brian Braun is a junior pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Digital Media – Game Design. He goes to school full time and loves being a student at UCF. Brian would like to someday be able to show his work through filmmaking and video games, or whatever project he may be working on at that time. Any job where he can brighten people’s day is a good job, as far as Brian is concerned. Brian loves to motivate people, make them smile, and laugh in tough times because that’s what life is all about!