MALVERN, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Progressive Business Publications (PBP), a leading publisher of news and information resources for more than 150,000 business professionals, proudly presented 12 Scholarship Awards to children of full-time employees during a special ceremony at the company headquarters on September 7th.
The scholarship program, which is one of the unique benefits of working for PBP, allows all children of full-time employees to receive a $2,500 scholarship each year for up to five years. To be eligible, students must attend a full-time, four-year institution and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA. This year, several recipients had perfect 4.0 averages. Over the past 15 years more than 120 college scholarships have been awarded to children of employees.
“We developed the program years ago to aid parents in fulfilling their dreams - helping their children get a great education and a rewarding career,” said Ed Satell, Founder & CEO. “I’m delighted to say that each child of every full-time employee receives this generous annual scholarship for up to five years. This is one prong in our approach to both support education and enrich our employees and their families.”
Attending institutions for this year’s award recipients include: Cornell, Wake Forrest, Oberlin, University of Delaware, Boston University, West Chester, La Salle, Temple, Duquesne, and Kutztown University.
PBP is an equal-opportunity employer (EOE) offering many other generous benefits for full-time employees, including 401(k), profit sharing, comprehensive health and dental plans, plus other programs which underline its commitment to its employees and the community.
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