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CG-Masters to offer scholarship

CG Masters Academy is helping one student from New Westminster secondary school pursue a career in digital animation and visual effects by offering a full-tuition scholarship for their one-year diploma program beginning in January, 2013.

The scholarship, which is open to any NWSS student that graduated in 2012, will be awarded based on grades, attitude, motivation and aesthetic potential. It’s worth $27,500.

“This is a great way to introduce ourselves to the community and to give an exciting opportunity to a deserving local student,” said CG Masters Academy administrator Vickie Boughen in a press release.

CG Masters Academy recently opened its 5,500 sq. ft. facility at Plaza 88.

For more information go to their website, www.cg-masters.com.

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