Watchfire Signs Offers 4th Annual Scholarship to Recognize Student Creativity

Digital signage company Watchfire Signs (Danville, IL) will again offer a college scholarship to recognize a graduating high school senior who develops uplifting content for a high school Watchfire video scoreboard or display.

The Fired Up Watchfire Scholarship will contribute $500 in financial assistance toward a graduating high school senior’s higher education. The scholarship award winner will be chosen based on his or her excellence in creating and using digital content on a Watchfire sports display during a live event.

To be eligible for the scholarship, student-created content must be displayed on an indoor or outdoor Watchfire sports display between Jan. 1 and April 1. Submissions may include static graphics, animations, videos, crowd prompts, advertisements or any other content that encourages fan engagement. Additional information and selection criteria can be found at The deadline to apply is April 13, and the winner will be announced in May.

“Watchfire created the Fired Up Watchfire Scholarship to reward students who develop creative skills, game production skills and detailed knowledge of key components in a video control room. These skills often establish a career path for the students,” said Jeff Morgan, sales director of sports/indoor at Watchfire Signs.


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