ASHEVILLE, N.C. (PRWEB) February 26, 2018
Biblio, Inc., the largest independently owned used and rare book marketplace, announces their application requirements for a scholarship to the 2018 Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar (CABS).
Biblio has been providing a scholarship for CABS since 2010, but until 2017, the scholarship opportunity was only available to booksellers who listed on their site. The scholarship is now open to any bookseller or book collector who wishes to expand their knowledge relating to the identification, handling, and valuation of rare and antiquarian books.
The 2018 Biblio CABS scholarship recipient will have the full cost of tuition for the seminar covered as well as $250 towards accommodations at the facilities provided by the seminar. An additional $250 will be donated to a literacy or education-based non-profit of their choice.
To apply for the scholarship, applicants must provide an essay of around 500 words, introducing their chosen field of expertise or specialization in their book collection. Biblio may publish this article on its websites will full attribution. Applicants should also separately provide a brief description of their preferred charity and why they were chosen.
Deadline for applications/articles is May 7, 2018. Please send all applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. A drawing is held among qualified entrants to find the winner. The scholarship winner will be notified within 7 days of the application deadline.
The Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar, now in its 41st year, provides an opportunity for leading specialists to share their expertise and experience with booksellers, librarians, and collectors in a comprehensive survey of the rare book market, both antiquarian and modern.
Biblio.com is one of the world’s leading sources for used, out of print, and rare books. Established in 2003 in Asheville, North Carolina, Biblio has grown to become one of the largest global book marketplaces, with over 50 million books for sale from over 5,000 booksellers in countries around the world. Biblio.com is wholly owned and operated by Biblio, Inc., a privately held company with a commitment to a triple bottom line, in part through its environmental program, Ecosend, and its work with Biblio Charitable Works, Inc. https://www.biblio.com