Each year we award the Rob Branham Scholarship to students planning on entering the advertising, marketing or supporting industries.
The Advertising Club of Connecticut’s mission is to promote the highest standards of excellence in advertising and marketing throughout the state, emphasizing professionalism, educational programs and seminars, networking, social networking, scholastic mentoring, exchanging of ideas and the recognition of creative excellence.
To help achieve that goal and help encourage students to enter related fields, each year we award the Rob Branham Scholarship to students planning on entering the advertising, marketing or supporting industries. The criteria for scholastic excellence is based upon a combination of essays, referrals, extracurricular activities, SAT scores, and GPAs (see scholarship application for details). It is recommended that a member of the Advertising Club of Connecticut sponsor your application. Applicant must be a resident of Connecticut, but may attend school out of state.
Please check with your family, friends and colleagues for potential candidates and encourage them to apply for this wonderful opportunity the Advertising Club has to offer.
Please download and complete the scholarship application. Completed applications and supporting materials should be completed by March 1 and sent to:
The Advertising Club of Connecticut, PO Box 310732 Newington, CT 06131
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (860) 500-8519.
The scholarship winner will be contacted in April and the scholarship will be awarded in May at the Advertising Club of CT’s Award Show.
About Rob Branham
Rob Branham was a long time broadcaster and sales executive in CT. Rob did on-air work at WPOP, WWYZ, and other stations in CT. He was an Account Executive at WDRC, WPOP, WFSB, WTNH and WTIC TV. Rob was liked and respected by all that knew him. In the early 90s Rob was diagnosed with leukemia. He had a successful bone marrow transplant, but complications set in and he passed away in October 1993.