IBPA 2019 Publishing University Scholarship

IBPA 2019 Publishing University Scholarship

by Sep 14, 2018Programs and Events

All active FAPA members have the opportunity to apply to the?IBPA Publishing University?Scholarship Program.?This program provides IBPA members interested in advancing their publishing program the opportunity to apply for a complimentary ticket to IBPA Publishing University. IBPA awards one complimentary ticket?to each IBPA affiliate association?and two complimentary tickets to at-large IBPA members (i.e., members not associated with an IBPA affiliate). IBPA has full discretion over the awarding of a scholarship to IBPA Publishing University.

The IBPA Publishing University Scholarship is intended for individuals working in the independent publishing industry who need assistance in growing their publishing program.?In evaluating applicants, IBPA considers how the scholarship will assist the individual to become a successful publisher. We also require that the recipient share what they learned at IBPA Publishing University through a blog post published on the IBPA website and, if applicable,?with their affiliate association members.

If a FAPA member is awarded the scholarship, they are responsible for their travel expenses and other costs.

APPLICATION DEADLINE = November 30, 2018
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS NOTIFIED = December 15, 2018

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The Florida Authors and Publishers Association is an organization for authors, publishers, independent publishers, illustrators, editors, printers, and other professionals involved in the publishing industry.

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