Are you interested in jazz music? If yes, then you have better news. The Jazz at the Ballroom is offering the Jazz Education Scholarship Program students desiring to pursue a career in music. Student candidates currently enrolled in a high school located in California for music program are encouraged to apply for the scholarship.
The determination behind introducing the Jazz Education Scholarship Program is to support Bay Area, student musicians. The scholarship will deliver financial assistance to promising young jazz musicians in the Bay Area for continuing their jazz music studies. The scholarship will encourage students to excel in jazz music.
Jazz at the Ballroom is a California non-profit corporation dedicated to supporting jazz education in California and promoting the continuation of the jazz art form. Jazz at the Ballroom work’s with most talented jazz musicians. Jazz at the Ballroom promotes concerts featuring famous jazz musicians from all over the world in a variety of venues in California. Still, it is best known for the concerts it promotes in the ballroom of the former Bing Crosby home in Hillsborough, CA.
Candidates may refer to the given table for more detail of the scholarship program:
|Organization||Jazz at the Ballroom|
|Educational Level||High School|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Application Deadline||December 13, 2020|
Who May be Eligible?
Applicants must comply with eligibility criteria to apply for the Jazz Education Scholarship Program-
- The applicant should be currently enrolled in a high school program in California, United States.
- The applicant between the ages of 14-18.
- Applicants should be legal residents of the United States or one of its official territories.
How to Apply?
The application process for the Jazz Education Scholarship Program is that the applicant must fill an application form, and it should be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The form must include all the required information to be considered without negligence.
The recipient of the Jazz Education Scholarship Program will receive $1000. The scholarship program will aid the students desiring to pursue jazz music with financial assistance. The beneficiary will become capable of developing jazz musical skills. The recipient will be able to offset the cost to study music.
The submissions for the Jazz Education Scholarship Program must be received by December 13, 2020. The submissions made past the deadline will not be considered.