SEMpdx and Portland State have teamed up to offer a scholarship twice per year to students who wish to take the Search Engine Marketing course in the PSU Digital Marketing Strategies certificate program.   The current scholarship covers the course fee ($650) for the Search Engine Marketing course taught on 3 consecutive Fridays, April 20 through May 4.  Click on the scholarship link to complete an application. All applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 30.   The winner will be selected and contacted on or before April 6.

Updated — Andrew Grossman has been selected by the SEMpdx Board of Directors to receive the Spring 2012 PSU SEM Workshop Scholarship. Congratulations, Andrew!

PSU Professional Development CenterPortland State’s Spring term of digital learning is kicking off now.  Three certificates, Interactive Producer and Internet Design, starting March 23, and Digital Marketing Strategies starting March 2, are designed for working professionals and career changers updating traditional media skills in print design, content development, marketing/PR and related fields.  View the Spring & Summer 2012 line-up of classes for Interactive Producer and Internet Design. Take a look at the Digital Marketing certificate.

These programs are offered through the Professional Development Center at Portland State University, with classes taught by over 30 top Portland interactive developers, designers, and executives.  Classes are structured to meet the needs of current business professionals and may be taken as individual courses or as part of a certificate. Digital Marketing Strategy classes are held in the Market Square Building. Evening and weekend lab classes are held in the state-of-the-art Broadway Lab on SW Broadway and Jefferson. Contact Jennifer Portis with questions at portisj@pdx.edu or 503-725-4803.

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