1. have financial need
2. are passionate about a career in public relations
3. are dedicated to professional ethics and professional standards
The Foundation will send $2,000 payable directly to the selected student’s university on his or her behalf to fund educational pursuits.
Here's why scholarship winner, William Careri, thinks you should apply for the Axia scholarship
"I worked through college and depended on scholarships and financial aid to fill the gap, so it's important to our PR agency to give back and to enhance the profession by investing in the next generation of PR practitioners and leaders."
Jason Mudd | Axia Public Relations founder
Applicants for the scholarship should be juniors or seniors in good academic standing at accredited universities, studying public relations or an equivalent major. Previous PR experience through volunteering, employment, or an internship is required.
For more information and to apply online, visit the PRSA Foundation's Axia Public Relations scholarship page.
Please note that the PRSA Foundation administers the Axia scholarship and all applications must be received through their site, which may only accept applicants during the application period, typically January to May. The PRSA Foundation's appointed committee makes all eligibility and selection decisions.
Please contact the Public Relations Student Society of America or the PRSA Foundation with any questions.