Johnson Receives Seiz Sign Scholarship
National Park College (NPC) student Marley Johnson was recently awarded the Seiz Sign
scholarship. She is completing her Associate of Applied Science, Digital and Media
“I have always been a very creative person and wanted to find a degree that connected both my love for business and creativity,” stated Johnson. “The day I walked on campus I immediately felt at home. The school offers so many amazing opportunities for students. The graphic design labs are amazing and Mrs. Seward is a genius.”
Johnson expressed that the atmosphere NPC offers is what drew her to NPC. She described campus as homey, having state of the art facilities and worth the money that is invested in education. Compared to four-year colleges, she felt that she would get more one-on-one instruction from instructors that were knowledgeable and excellent in their field of studies.
Johnson hopes to be a brand ambassador in the future, setting up and maintaining the voice, look and style of a company. As a student ambassador, student government representative, former softball player and a student worker with student life Johnson is dedicated to her education but also gaining the college life experience.
Digital and media arts professor Jennifer Seward said, “Marley is a wonderful student. Her work is heartfelt and thoughtful. I’m looking forward to following her career as she continues her journey as a professional designer.”
Art professor Lana Taliaferro noted, “Marley is a hardworking student who aspires to learn and grow as an artist and designer. She contributes a great deal to her classes through discussions and project challenges. I’m excited about her future.”
“To Seiz Signs, thank you so much for this opportunity,” said Johnson. “It is something that I greatly appreciate. With this it just takes off a huge burden and allows me to focus on my work and finding a job after graduation.”