PGSF Adds New Board Members in 2020

by Jules VanSant in Press Releases

Pittsburgh, PA.— At its summer board meeting, the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) elected several new members as well as re-electing existing members to additional terms. The PGSF Board directs an endowed fund of just under $10 million that is dedicated towards encouraging young people to consider the graphics field as a career and then assisting in their education process to facilitate that end.

Nominated for new three-year terms on the board were:

Nominated for additional three-year terms were:

These directors, along with the rest of the board, bring a diverse cross section of industry experience to leading PGSF and maintaining relevance in a changing industry and educational environment.

PGSF has released career materials that have been widely praised throughout the industry. Attracting youth, training new employees and replacing current workforce loses are major issues for companies of all sizes across the country. The Foundation is actively addressing these issues and providing tools for companies to enhance their own efforts in this area.

For information on how you or your organization can contribute to the future of the graphic arts industry, please contact Jeff White at jeff.white@pgsf.org or visit the site at www.pgsf.org

 

About PGSF: The Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation is a not for profit, private, industry directed organization that dispenses technical and college scholarships and assistance to talented youth interested in graphic communication careers. The mission of PGSF is to promote the graphics industry as a career choice for young people, and then to support them through their education process. In 2020, more than 225 students were provided with support totaling $500,000.

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