As a volunteer-driven nonprofit institute dedicated to educating market researchers and insights professionals, MRII believes in providing equal access to educational opportunities. Moreover, MRII also supports efforts to combat racism, discrimination, inequality, and injustice. To put this belief into action, MRII has created a new awards program for individuals residing in the US who come from under-represented groups in the population who want to enhance their market research and insights skill sets. The award covers the cost for a Principles Express course of the recipient’s choosing. Principles Express courses are administered through the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education.
To find out more about the Principles Express family of courses, and to determine if these courses are the right fit for you, please visit http://www.marketresearchcourses.org.
To apply for the award, please go here: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/5811427/a5e278b70ca9.
For more information contact:
Ed Keller, Executive Director of MRII, at firstname.lastname@example.org
This popular awards program empowers market-research applicants twice per year by covering the fee for those interested in furthering their education through MRII’s industry-leading online courses. Named in honor of the MRII’s past executive director and the first North American ambassador of ESOMAR, The Reg Baker MRII Award program specifically covers the enrollment cost for the Principles Express family of courses .
The Reg Baker MRII Award will be presented to applicants who meet all eligibility requirements and who, in the opinion of the Awards Committee, will make a positive contribution to the profession of insights, analytics, and market research. Selection criteria will include, but not be limited to, the demonstrated desire to serve the insights and market research profession, plus a financial need with limited or no employer financial support. As this is a line of online, self-paced courses, candidates from any country are welcome, subject only to U.S. State Department restrictions.
For more information about the Principles Express family of courses, and to determine if these courses are the right fit for you, please visit www.marketresearchcourses.org.
To apply for The Reg Baker MRII Award, please visit: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/5540220/289a006b44b0
PLEASE NOTE: The MRII is making an annual commitment to fund these awards and is looking for sponsors to fund additional recipients. Please contact Ed Keller by email at edATmrii.org if you are interested in sponsoring these awards.
For more information: Ed Keller, Executive Director, at at edATmrii.org or Pam Bracken, University of Georgia, pamDOTbracken AT georgiacenter.uga.edu.