Marketing programs are often organized in university business schools to train future leaders to promote products and achieve their sales goals. Citizenship or legal residency, having a cumulative GPA greater than 3.0, having completed at least two marketing courses and demonstrating a passion for marketing in the non-profit sector College students who wish to pursue a degree in marketing at an accredited four-year university in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, or Connecticut should apply for scholarships from the New England Direct Marketing Association. Graduating with a degree in marketing can unlock exciting jobs as a brand manager, market research analyst, promotions specialist, social media manager, content marketer, art director, and more. Marketing graduates can finish school with knowledge in advertising, statistics, public relations, market research, management, and other areas.
Bowling Green has several marketing scholarships at universities and Ferris State awards a specific marketing scholarship for students who are dedicated to e-commerce. Also sponsored by the American Marketing Association, the Social Impact scholarship program recognizes students who are creating positive change in the world of marketing.