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Chaxton.com Scholarship For Future Internet Marketers program. (ID 2693)


Scholarship Description

Start Date:
2/1/2017
Deadline:
9/1/2017
Website:
https://chaxton.com/scholarships/
Amount:
WHAT YOU CAN WIN:
$100 to be used for course materials, resources, or other college expenses
A written letter of recommendation (optional)
Future internship opportunity (at our discretion)
Description:
Started in June of 2016, Chaxton.com is an online men’s magazine that focuses on numerous topics including fitness, health, style, and entertainment.

We are now pleased to announce the official launch of our semi-annual “Chaxton.com Scholarship For Future Internet Marketers” program.

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
Chaxton.com is searching for bright young minds to help us on our mission to become a thriving online business.

Students currently pursuing a career in marketing, entrepreneurship, advertising, communications, writing, or publishing are strongly encouraged to apply for one of these generous $100 scholarship awards.

However, we will happily read an application from anyone with a passion for internet marketing and/or journalism. No experience in the industry is required!

Contact Information

Email:
news@chaxton.com 

Eligibility

Gender:
NA
Min GPA:
3.00
Eligibility:
Currently enrolled at an accredited college in North America
3.0 cumulative GPA
Proficient in English
An internet connection
A passion for internet marketing
A sense of humor!
Special Criteria:
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO DO:
Simply create a blog post that is between 1000-3500 words and covers one of the following men’s topics:

Health – Dieting, meal plans, recipes, etc.
Style (Fashion) – Clothing, accessories, footwear, etc.
Product Reviews – Cool products we’ve never seen before
Fitness – Workouts, exercises, motivation, related tools, etc.
Please make sure that the article you submit is both unique and creative. The words in your post must be able to convince your audience that you are knowledgeable on that topic.