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Chad Desilets Memorial Scholarship
Continuum Arts Collective is a 100% volunteer-driven 501(c)3 nonprofit that assists underserved, school-aged artists and musicians in Maine and New Hampshire by providing students with musical instruments, art supplies, art and music lessons, and experiential opportunities to showcase their work. Learn more by visiting
We are pleased to announce Continuum Arts Collective will award two (2) $2,500 scholarships in memory of our late and beloved board member Chadwick Desilets.
Information on eligibility for this scholarship is as follows:
• Eligibility is limited to Maine and New Hampshire high school seniors who will be enrolled in an undergraduate college degree program during the 2020-2021 academic year or who would like to attend an art or music workshop, course, or program. Funds will be issued directly to the school or college after completion of fall semester, or directly to the workshop, course, or program prior to attending.
• Each applicant must complete the form located at
along with an essay, in 500 words or less, describing how art or music has positively influenced their life.
Each application will be evaluated on the strength of the essay.
All items must be received by Continuum Arts Collective by Saturday, April 25, 2020, to be considered for the scholarship. Applications will be reviewed and awardees will be notified via email by Saturday, May 16, 2020.
For questions about this scholarship, please contact Martin England, President of Continuum Arts Collective at
or by calling 207-251-9196.
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High School You Are Currently Attending
Please describe your role and experience as an artist or musician (350 words or less).
How has art or music positively impacted your life? (500 words or less)
Please describe how you would use these funds (250 words or less).
Name and location of the school, college, university, workshop, course, or the program you are planning on attending.
If college or university, have you been accepted?
Send me a copy of my responses.
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