The PPPC Scholarship initiative was launched in 2007, with the goal of helping students receive the financial support they need to thrive in their education, while creating awareness for our incredible industry and showcasing new talent.
Since its inception we are proud to say that 111 students have received a total of $166,500 in PPPC Scholarships, thanks to the support of many generous PPPC members. In 2019, a minimum of 6 Scholarships of $1,500 will be awarded to deserving students across Canada. All students currently enrolled in a business, marketing or related program at an accredited Canadian University or College are eligible to apply for a PPPC Scholarship.
Of these eight available scholarships, one scholarship, the Rosalind Plummer Memorial Scholarship, will focus on the student’s level of involvement in extracurricular and charitable activities. Click here for more information on the Rosalind Plummer Memorial Scholarship.
Application Deadline: May 31st
Jae M. Rang, MAS, President & Founder of Oakville-based promotional marketing agency, JAE associates Ltd., announced her donation of a $1500 scholarship to the PPPC Scholarship program. The scholarship was donated in the name of Rang's first best-selling book, Sensory Media; Discover the Way to Anchor Your Brand and Be Memorable, a book designed to re-frame the promotional products industry. "I don't know a better way to secure our economic future than to support students" says Rang. Click here to read more.
By investing in education and providing students with the support they need to thrive in their education, we as an association are planting the seeds of growth for the future of our industry. Not only are we enhancing their future, we’re building ours! Help build the future of our industry and spread the word about PPPC Scholarships!
As a Scholarship sponsor, your company will be recognized for your contribution. Your logo will be prominently displayed on the PPPC Scholarship website and in various scholarship communications. All proceeds will be donated to the PPPC Scholarship Initiative.