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PGSF Launches New Campaign to Inform Student about Careers in Graphic Communications

Published on September 21, 2017

The Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) has launched a new campaign that includes a poster and brochures that show students various career paths in graphic communications. Dr. Joe Webb talks with John Berthelsen, VP of Development about the campaign. Watch to learn more about how you can get involved.

A PDF of the poster can be downloaded from PGSF.

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By Aaron Levinson on Sep 21, 2017

This looks like a great resource for attracting younger people into a career in the print industry. I can't seem to find a link to the "Adventures in Print" poster. Any chance you can post a link to it here?

Also, thanks for the great information you shared during the show! It's always a pleasure to learn from you.

 

By Adam Dewitz on Sep 21, 2017

Aaron - we've added a link to download a PDF of the poster below the video.

 

By John Berthelsen on Sep 21, 2017

You can view a high quality image and request a print quality file by going to the pgsf.org site and looking under the resources tab. We encourage wide spread use of these materials throughout the country in order to increase opportunities to attract young people into our industry. Thanks.

 

By Chuck Werninger on Sep 21, 2017

Thanks for creating more great tools we can share with our high school students and their guidance counselors! Keep up the great work, I hope other printers will use the tools you're creating!

 

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