IABC DETROIT 2016 STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
The IABC Detroit Student Achievement Award recognizes outstanding work completed by an undergraduate communications (or related field of study) student from the southeastern Michigan area. The winning student will receive a check for $500. The Award will be presented at the Renaissance Awards Program on June 23, 2016 at Comcast in Plymouth.
Entry must be the original work from a student done for a class, service organization or as a volunteer.
The entry can be in the field of business communications, public relations, marketing communications, journalism, social media or a related field of study.
More than half of the project must have been completed between March 2015 and March 2016.
It can include:
A communication internship project.
Class coursework or project
A communication-related campus activity.
Entry must include a work plan, 500 words or less with the following information:
An overview of the assignment.
The methods/approach used to accomplish the assignment.
The results and what was learned from completing the assignment.
Each entry must be accompanied by a brief statement from the professor/instructor, volunteer group leader or person to whom the entrant reported during the internship verifying that the entry meets the award criteria.
For more information or to nominate a student for this award, please contact Heather Guenther,
IABC Detroit Student Relations Director at firstname.lastname@example.org —– there is no entry fee.
Deadline is April 1, 2016.