Are you interest in Art and want to pursue it as a career? 171 Cedar Arts Center is offering scholarships to students interested in arts and wants to develop their artistic skills. Art is the best form to express emotions, and pursuing Art promotes creativity in students. With 171 Cedar Arts Center scholarships, students can learn new art forms and polish their skills.
171 Cedar Arts Center offers Charlene Coleman Holland Scholarship Fund, Edwin Caplin Foundation Scholarship Fund, Helen E. Stevenson Memorial Scholarship, Rosemary Ann Neal Scholarship Fund, and 171’s Experience Art Fund scholarship are created for students to encourage them to take part in Art Class.
The 171 Cedar Arts Center was constructed in 1852. The 171 Cedar Arts Center has a ballroom for various dance classes, five music studios, and a woodcock ceramic studio. 171 Cedar Arts Center has provided the community with a warm and friendly home to explore the arts for many years. 171 Cedar Arts Center held exhibitions of local artists or classes for the public, 171 Cedar Art Center has offered a unique opportunity to students to experience creativity and Art.
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Who May Be Eligible?
Here are the eligibility requirements you need to stand on to proceed with the application:
- Applicant must be interested in Dance, Visual Arts, Ceramics, Fencing, Language, Culinary, Violin/Viola/Cello/Bass – Private Music Instruction, Piano – Private Music Instruction, Saxophone/Clarinet – Private Music Instruction, Percussion – Private Music Instruction, Flute – Private Music Instruction, Voice – Private Music Instruction, or any other part of being eligible for this scholarship.
- Applicant must intend to attend the classes beginning from September 1, 2020, to August 31, 2021.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should apply for 171 Cedar Arts Center scholarships through the online application form. Applicant should submit their Scholarships applications with all the credentials mentioned in the supporting documents to get consideration. Any late or incomplete application will not proceed.
- Applicant should submit all their details such as name, birth date, address, zip code, student grade, and school.
- Applicant’s parent’s information such as their name, contact number, birth date, country, email address, etc. is needed.
- Students have submitted employment information of parent or guardian; they should provide details such as the name of employer, length of employment, annual income of all adults living in the household, number of dependents in household, and number of unemployed adults in the house.
- Candidates should submit their statements about any significant music or arts-related experience in your life and describe the impact it had on you. Or who has been your most significant influence? Or describe the most challenging obstacle you have had to overcome; tell us what it helped you learn. Applicant should also include their extracurricular activities, interests, what do they like to do in their spare time, describe their skills they developed after participating in extracurricular activities, any volunteer activities they have participated in past, and describe your ways to contribute to the community.
- Applicants have to submit two nomination letters. These letters should be from a person who knows about applicants’ skills and interests.
Benefits for Charlene Coleman Holland Scholarship Fund, Edwin Caplin Foundation Scholarship Fund, Helen E. Stevenson Memorial Scholarship, Rosemary Ann Neal Scholarship Fund, and 171’s Experience Art Fund are variable. Winners will receive different benefits depending upon the scholarship they win.
Applicant should submit their 171 Cedar Arts Center Scholarship before August 31, 2020, before midnight.