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Funding the future of print

The Printing Charity has announced the three lucky recipients of bursaries to help fund their Masters’ degrees and potentially launch a career in print.

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[L to R] Michael Bromley, Aimée Smith, Neil Lovell and Peter Friend celebrate this year’s bursaries

Postgraduate students, Michael Bromley, Peter Friend and Aimée Smith will be issued with bursaries of up to £6,000 each by the Stationers’ Foundation, funded by The Printing Charity.

As part of its work supporting sector-specific training initiatives, The Printing Charity funds three of the 12 postgraduate bursaries awarded by the Stationers’ Foundation each year to help young people start a career in the communications and content industries.

“Congratulations to Michael, Peter, and Aimée, who impressed the interview panel with their enthusiasm for their chosen course and how a bursary would make such a difference to their career aspirations,” The Printing Charity chief executive Neil Lovell says.

Nicholas Brealey, the Stationers’ Foundation trustee responsible for the bursary programme, adds: “Funding partnerships like this one with The Printing Charity enable the Foundation, the charitable arm of the Stationers’ Company, to help young people enter and progress in careers ranging from publishing, digital media, and packaging to conservation and information management.”

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