Check out Acxiom's 2012 Diversity Scholarship Recipients!

"Today's marketing challenges can't be solved without a robust mix of perspectives, skills and experiences," says Jena Compton, Acxiom senior vice president of human resources. "That is why Acxiom promotes a diverse working environment as an essential element to the advancement of our global influence in the data and marketing industry." Acxiom's first ever Diversity Scholarship Program provides a $5,000 award and one year internship opportunity for student segments — women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities — who are underrepresented in the field of information technology. The scholarship recipients were selected based on their academic achievement, field of study aimed at information technology and their areas of professional interest as it relates to Acxiom's business needs. To learn more about Acxiom's commitment to diversity visit our website at www.acxiom.com/diversity/. Read about our 2012 Diversity Scholarship recipients below!

Kaleigh Clary is a junior at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. She is a Computer Science major and will work as an Intern in the Global Products and Engineering organization at Acxiom starting in January 2013.
Rachel Elledge is a junior from Rhodes College. She is studying Computer Science and will work as an Intern in the Global Products and Engineering organization at Acxiom starting in May 2013.
Rachel Kirby is a junior at the University of Central Arkansas. She is studying Computer Science and will work as an Intern in the Delivery organization at Acxiom starting in January 2013.
Andres Ramirez is a senior at Hendrix College. He is studying Computer Science and will work as an intern in the Delivery organization at Acxiom starting in January 2013.
Clifford Tawiah is a senior at the University of Central Arkansas. He is studying Computer Science and will work as an intern in the Global Products and Engineering organization at Acxiom starting in January 2013.

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