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Print Futures Awards 2011

Having been informed about Print Futures Awards drive to raise awareness of their awards programme (to 16-30 year olds who are eligible to enter it), I thought it was worth sharing.
The awards, sponsored by the BPiF, Unite the Union and The Printing Charity, were launched in 2003 to help people fund education or training relevant to building a career in the printing, publishing or graphics professions. Each year, they offer a number of grants of up to £1,500 each, or £750 if your company is already helping to pay for training. It could be anything from helping to fund a BA in Graphic Design to doing a short-course in letterpess or screenprinting.
Applicants basically have to fill in a simple downloadable PDF explaining why they wish to receive a grant and if they are successful, they are shortlisted for interview and then told if they have been awarded a grant. It’s (apparently) a very simple, straightforward process.
For more info, a new website has just launched with all the Ts&Cs

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    5th Apr 2011
    6:38 pm
  1. Hi everyone,

    Just to let you know there’s only 8 days left to enter the awards now. Don’t miss out on the chance of a valuable cash training grant. Download the entry form from and submit by 12 April 2011.

    As mentioned above, grants of up to £1,500 are available to UK residents aged 16-30 years to help pay for any costs associated with relevant part- and full-time training courses or degree education in printing, publishing or the graphic arts!

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