Win the Workamajig Generative AI + Human Design Scholarship Contest!

Don't miss out on this opportunity to win $5,000!

cameraAbout the Scholarship Contest

The Workamajig Generative AI + Human Design Scholarship Contest is challenging applicants to demonstrate their creative vision and skills in tandem with Generative AI design technology.

The contest marks the expansion of the existing Workamajig scholarship program. Previously the scholarship focused on students pursuing marketing or business-related degrees. With Workamajig's decades of passion for the creative industry supporting agencies and corporations with project management technology, it is increasing the scholarship value from $1000 to $5000. The new scholarship expands the applicant pool to include graphic design certification programs, courses, and vocational schools in addition to four-year institutions.

Depending on the desired learning path of the scholarship winner, all or part of the education required to start or elevate a career in design could be provided for by the Workamajig scholarship.

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Our research has found that 62.8% of creative positions don't require college degrees.

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38.5% of marketing jobs require only a high school diploma or equivalent, with an average salary of $38,290–more than double the annual earnings for a full-time minimum-wage worker in the U.S.

Learn more about the marketing jobs least likely to require a degree. 

Submission Areas Include 1 of these areas in your submission.



Scholarship Program Overview Video

Apply your creative excellence to create an overview video that will be used to promote this contest in the future 




Create a stunning visual portrait of a college student at graduation.

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Bring Generative AI to Life

Visually depict the revolutionary new technology in picture or video

How to Win $5,000 with Workamajig

Do you have what it takes to win Workamajig’s Scholarship Contest? Here are the rules:

1. Complete one of the three design projects above using human design skills alongside Generative AI.

  • Contestants must clearly show their creative process in their recorded video submissions so the judges can be sure the submission is a combination of human ingenuity and AI.
  • Please ensure video submissions are in MP4, and images are in JPG or PNG, and essays are in PDF format.

2. Write a 500-word essay (not using Generative AI) to describe why it is better for companies to use human graphic designers + Generative AI, instead of only using Generative AI design tech, or only using traditional graphic designers without incorporating Generative AI.

3. Finish your submission by completing the below form including all required fields (name, proof of enrollment in education institution, email, date of birth).

  • For any questions about the submission process please contact us via the form at the bottom of this webpage. 
  • The deadline for the scholarship contest is June 30, 2024. All submissions must be received on or before this date.
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This scholarship would enable me to continue my education while alleviating some of the stress that comes with the high tuition rates of higher education.

— Aaron Yang
Scholarship Winner 2022

Apply Now to the Workamajig Scholarship Contest!

Eligibility Requirements:

  • 14 years old or older
  • U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Proof of education enrollment (including graphic design certification programs, courses, and vocational schools in addition to four-year institutions)

Please ensure you've fulfilled all the requirements (listed above) before submitting!

Previous Scholarship Winners

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Raine Crowe
Raine Crowe


Global Impact STEM Academy High School

View Raine's submission here:

Essay   |  Graphic

Check out Raine's Instagram here

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Nathan Steen
Nathan Steen


University of South Florida

Pre-Business and Chemistry


View Nathan's submission here

Aaron Yang (1)
Isabella Moll
Isabella Moll


California State University, Fullerton

Specialized Theater and Digital Marketing

View Isabella's submission here

Aaron Yang (2)
Aaron Yang
Aaron Yang


Pepperdine University '25

Integrated Marketing Communications and Multimedia Design

LinkedIn | Portfolio

View Aaron's submission here


Martin Bautista

My profession is very competitive and constantly evolving. As Membership Director for the Las Vegas chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), I network closely with brilliant designers that keep me up on the newest trends and inspire me to do my best work.

When I’m not designing or helping out in AIGA, I enjoy being outdoors camping, running and climbing. We “creatives” tend to sit in front of a computer all day, so being active is a great way to burn off some built up energy.

I also volunteer to help local dog shelters with donations. I coordinated a Quillin Doggie Blanket Drive for The Animal Foundation. With the help of various co-workers, friends and family, we brought in over 90 blankets and other doggie necessities. Tails were really wagging!

Quillin is an awesome place to work. All my peeps are creative in their own way and it’s always fun to see the ideas begin, grow and flow out of our tightknit boutique agency - with my fingerprints all over them, of course!

Rodolfo Betanzo

With over two decades of professional experience, Rodolfo has emerged as an expert in the field of marketing and advertising. His innovative approach to each brand he works with has been the cornerstone of his success and recognition in the industry.

Throughout his career, Rodolfo has made a significant impact, earning recognition at various renowned festivals including FIAP, Cúspide PR, El ojo, Cannes and NY festival among others

As a co-founder of 33 Agency, he has led teams to deliver comprehensive and effective advertising solutions. His strategic vision and leadership have been crucial for the continuous growth and success of the agency.

Holly Brown

Holly Brown is a multifaceted professional who embarked on her career journey after graduating from Photography school. Her early expertise in editing and animation helped lay the foundation for a diverse and dynamic career path.

As her career progressed, her strategic vision and organizational skills propelled her into executive positions, culminating in her role as Vice President of Creative and Creative Director. In these roles, Holly not only demonstrated her creative skill set but also exhibited a keen understanding of the broader business landscape.

Currently residing in Newburgh, Indiana, she shares her home with her husband and two children, balancing the demands of a successful career with the joys of family life.