Announcing our 2021 Poster Winners

The winner of the Poster Contest for full-time students is John Latham, who attends SOWELA Technical Community College in Louisiana.

The winner for the part-time student poster is Randy Jackson, a student currently attending Camden County Technical School in New Jersey.

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Students

This is your opportunity to show your design skills

Each year PGSF awards 200+ college level scholarships ranging in value from $2,000 to $5,000 and we turn to our student community to help us promote these scholarship programs. We are asking students to design a poster promoting our scholarship programs. The winning posters will be displayed in schools across the United States in the upcoming school year. The winning entrant will receive a $500 check, an award certificate, and will be honored in a national news release, on the PGSF website, and on social media platforms.

We will need unique poster designs for each of the following scholarship programs:

  • Full-time Student Scholarship
  • Part-time Student Scholarship

Educators: Please encourage students in your school to enter the PGSF Poster Competition either as individuals or as part of class assignment or project.

Instructions & Specifications

Rules and Submission Instructions

  • Submit your information and upload your final PDF file HERE
  • Files should be named as follows: Firstname_lastname_schoolname_2020
  • The winner of the contest must submit all files required for reproduction. Files become property of PGSF.
  • The department in which the student is enrolled will receive a plaque for display. If you have any questions, please email Jeff.white@pgsf.org or call 724-553-4058.
  • PDF entries are due by April 10, 2021. Judging will be in May and the winner will be notified by May 31.
Submit Your Poster Here

Poster Specifications

  • 1. Posters will be printed in 11×17-in. size for display in schools. Poster may be printed as small as 5½× 8½-in. used as display on a webpage. Please consider these dimensions when creating the graphics or choosing a typeface.
  • 2. Include entrant’s school name and name of creative designer or names of team members. Please place near lower border or on second page in smaller type.
  • 3. Bright and highly visible colors are suggested.
Download PGSF Logos Here

Full-time scholarship poster design entries must include the following:

1. Prominent display Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation name and logo.

2. A strong emphasis on the availability of scholarships.

3. Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be pursuing a career in graphic communications or related field at a U.S. technical school or college
  • Must be a full-time student
  • Must be a high school senior or high school graduate
  • Must be able to maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher

4. Prominently display scholarship application due date of May 1, 2022.

5. Show PGSF contact information:

PGSF.org
contact@pgsf.org

Part-time scholarship poster design entries must include the following::

1. Prominent display Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation name and logo.

2. A strong emphasis on the availability of scholarships.

3. Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be currently employed in the graphic communications industry
  • Must receive approval from current employer
  • Must be taking courses related to advancing their career in graphic communications

4. Prominently display scholarship application due date of May 1, 2022.

5. Show PGSF contact information:

PGSF.org
contact@pgsf.org