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Applications due March 13 for scholarships covering registration fees plus travel costs
GREENVILLE, S.C., Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Because great ideas know no socioeconomic boundaries, creativity and inspiration gathering Food For Thought has extended its deadline to apply for one of 10 full scholarships providing access to a diverse pool of attendees.
The event, set for April 23-25, in Greenville, S.C., is limited to approximately 80 guests to maintain an unparalleled level of intimacy and interactivity. Food For Thought organizers offer Thought Leader Scholarships to allow budding entrepreneurs, educators, non-profit workers and public servants to participate without having to pay the $1,575 registration fee or even any travel costs.
"Food For Thought has always been about sharing great ideas," said event founder Joe Erwin, president of Greenville-based integrated marketing firm Erwin Penland. "Having a diverse group of presenters and participants enhances the creative dynamic, and our Thought Leader Scholarships allow recipients to participate as equals with CEOs, entrepreneurs and other accomplished professionals."
Scholarship candidates should apply at www.foodforthoughtconference.com/apply.php by March 13. Those selected to receive a scholarship will be notified in plenty of time to coordinate travel plans with Food For Thought organizers.
The agenda for this year's Food For Thought includes an array of sessions designed to impact how attendees view their work, the world and even themselves, including:
To learn more, visit www.FoodForThoughtConference.com.
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