Kerin Keller Memorial Scholarship
through the Ad Club Seattle
Founded in 1921, the Ad Club Seattle (formerly the Seattle Advertising
Federation) encourages relationships and cooperation between producers,
buyers and sellers of advertising and media. Our members are among the best-connected
in the industry. Ranging from account executives and media buyers/sellers
to Web developers and public relations representatives, the networking potential
in the Ad Club Seattle organization is enhanced by seminars and speaking
events led by the industry's top professionals. The Ad Club Seattle, an
affiliate of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), is one of the nation's
strongest and most vital clubs of its kind. For decades, Seattle's media,
marketing and advertising professionals have enjoyed the ideal forum for
fellowship, education and community growth. For more information, please
Applicants for the Kerin Keller Memorial Scholarship must:
1. Be attending or prepared to attend a 2 or 4-year public or private,
accredited college or university, at the undergraduate level, in Washington
2. Have demonstrated financial need, although need will not necessarily
be the determining factor in the selection of recipients
3. Be a resident of Washington State .
4. Be majoring in business or communications. A focus in marketing, advertising
and public relations is strongly encouraged. The award is designated as
the Kerin Keller Memorial Scholarship and has the additional requirement
that the applicant be related to a victim of cancer.
For the current year, an award of $1,000 will be offered. The Kerin
Keller Memorial Scholarship will be awarded at the Ad Club Seattle lunch
program in June.
Completed applications or questions regarding the Kerin Keller Memorial
Scholarship should be printed and sent to:
College Planning Network
43 Bentley Place
Port Twonsend, WA 98368
Phone: (206) 323-0624, <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Applicants must provide the following documentation to the ACS Scholarship
Committee, POSTMARKED BY: March 31.
1. A completed Kerin Keller Memorial Scholarship Application.
2. A personal essay (not to exceed one 8.5x11 page, double spaced) explaining
your relationship to a victim of cancer and how this award will help you
achieve your educational goals.
3. A list of significant activities and honors. (one page only)
4. Two letters of recommendation.
5. An official transcript from the high school or college the student
is currently attending or if not currently in school, an official transcript
from the last school they attended.
6. A copy of a current, completed Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA) or FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR).
Awards amounts will be at least $1,000 and are not renewable. Applicants
will be notified after May 1st. Copies of this application may be duplicated
for distribution to other interested students. Completed applications or
questions regarding the Kerin Keller Memorial Scholarship should
be directed to College Planning Network.
All of the information provided is complete and accurate to the best
of my knowledge. I hereby certify that I will be enrolled as a full-time
college student for the next academic year. I also understand that I must
notify the scholarship committee of any changes in my enrollment status.
Changes in enrollment status may result in the cancellation of any awards
I hereby certify that I have read the application information and instructions
and I understand and accept all conditions specified. Falsification of information
may result in termination of any scholarship granted. Failure to sign this
certification may result in ineligibility. All application materials become
the property of the scholarship committee.