San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
Vector Marketing has been the sole distributor of Cutco Cutlery since 1982. It has primarily been promoted as an earning opportunity for university and college students and has been advertised on campuses across the United States and Canada. The company has always upheld that it is not only a great way to earn extra income around the busy schedule of a student, but also that the practical training and experience gained from the venture gives students valuable skills that they can carry with them after college. These skills and the experience of marketing, communicating and leadership training can be beneficial to young people no matter what career they find themselves in after their schooling, but can especially be helpful for those students studying business related courses.
However, aside from the beneficial real world experience that Vector Marketing promises to offer their independent contractors, there is now also a way to earn academic credit from this training and experience. While the possibility to qualify for accreditation through the training and marketing experience has technically always been available, few students have actually gone through the sometimes difficult process of making this happen.
Fortunately, Vector Marketing has now made an informational packet and letter of recommendation available to students who would like to apply for academic credits. This is available for all members and can be found on the Vector Marketing membership website. Students would need to meet the requirements of their school and check with their counselor or academic advisor to see what qualifications must be met. Once the requirements are met, the process is now much easier as students can simply send the informational packet and letter of recommendation to their school’s contact. This has made it much easier to obtain academic credit for work done with Vector. For more information on the company and the possibility of earning income and training through the opportunity, interested individuals can refer to the Vector Marketing review.