The team at Vidicom is comprised of so many talented recent college graduates as well as some very brilliant interns! We feel the need to give back! We see firsthand the cost involved in receiving a quality education and have made it our mission to take some of the financial burden off the shoulders of deserving students.
We are pleased to offer eligible students the chance to apply for a Vidicom Scholarship.
Innovation is the root of Vidicom
We were first to videotape fashion shows for broadcast. Shortly after, Vidicom launched Citybuzz, which became the first in-hotel TV network and began broadcasting online, in taxis, and in-flight as an environment for branded content. The lifestyle video news release Vidicom created 30 years ago has morphed into an interactive game changing digital InteracTV, linking major brands with consumers directly through their own digital outlets. Leveraging 30 years of media relationships is key to how we customize distribution for our branded content.
Please submit a 500-1000 word essay about the most interesting website you have visited in the past year. Please explain what makes this site so personally interesting to you, and what factors contribute to the site’s excellence. It can be because the site informs you on a personal passion, is graphically beautiful, entertains you or simply makes your life easier in some way.
- Please send your entries to: email@example.com
- Please be sure to send us your contact information and the school you attend/plan to attend
- All submissions must be received by March 1, 2016
Essays will be judged on how well they are written, how well they represent the personality of the writer, and how compelling and interesting they are.
The Vidicom Scholarship is open to any student attending an accredited institution. High school seniors who are enrolling upon graduation are also eligible. Students of all majors and planned majors are welcome to apply. You must be a U.S. citizen in order to apply. You must be 16 years of age.
The scholarship awards will be sent directly to the financial aid office of the institution the winner is enrolled in.