SUBMISSIONS OPEN JAN 22 – APR 8, 2021
ExploreVizComm is a career educational program supported by companies in the print and graphics industry. Our job is to educate students about the wide range of careers in the industry. Our annual poster contest is one of our favorite ways of raising awareness for the print and graphic imaging industry. Not only do we help students succeed by giving their hard work extensive visibility, but we also award scholarships to the winners. In the past, winning students have won up to $500. From press operators to managers and CEOs, we need people capable of powering print and graphics into the future, do you have what it takes?
To create a poster that inspires businesses to support educational outreach in the print and graphics industry.
ExploreVizComm is a career educational program supported by companies in the print and graphics industry. We educate students about the wide range of jobs in the industry. From press operators to managers and CEOs, we need people capable of powering print and graphics into the future. We also help connect students with scholarships, career fairs, and job opportunities. ExploreVizComm is funded by the Educational Trust of the Pacific Printing Industries (PPI) Association. This is the seventh year of our contest with scholarships awarded to the winners.
**Entries from high school and college students will be judged in separate categories.**
Top high school and college winners will:
- Win up to $500 in individual scholarship awards
- Be recognized at the Annual PrintROCKS! awards
- Receive national social media recognition
- Have their design featured on our Annual Calendar
- See their poster designs printed and distributed to over 300 employers in the region
All entrants will:
- Receive a calendar of the 2021-2022 school year
- Have their design featured on social media
Competition is open to high school and college students in print, graphic communications, marketing and related studies in the following states: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, and Utah.