RCB 2018 Scholarship Application

Rose City Blues is Friday through Sunday, December 7th-9th, 2018.

As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Portland Blues and Jazz Dance Society (PB&J) is dedicated to spreading knowledge about blues dancing and to supporting dance competition. As a project of PB&J, Rose City Blues is able to extend significant scholarships to participants.

Rose City Blues is offering up to Five (5) Workshop Passes for low-income dancers dedicated to furthering their training in blues dancing. Scholarship recipients will pay $65 (the cost of a dance-only pass), or volunteer for an equivalent number of hours, and receive a full weekend pass.

For the first time, Rose City Blues is also offering up to Five (5) All Access Passes this year, for those who wish to immerse themselves in blues dancing and may not otherwise be able to! Scholarship recipients will be expected to attend at least Five (5) workshops throughout the event.

Dancers applying for the scholarships are required to fill out this application explaining their financial need, their blues dancing experience and training so far, and their motivations in attending the weekend workshops.

Questions? Please contact us at rosecityblues@gmail.com.

Email address *
Full Name *
Your answer
As of Dec 7th, 2018, what is your age? *
Your answer
City/State/Territory/Country - whichever is relevant. *
Your answer
What type of Scholarship are you applying for? *
If you applied for a Full Event Scholarship and for some reason you are not selected for it, are you interested in the Workshop Scholarship?
Years of all dance experience? *
Your answer
Years of Blues dance experience? *
Your answer
What will your primary Dance Role be at this event? *
Please describe your dance experience, including other styles *
Your answer
Why do you need a scholarship? *
Your answer
What other dance events have you attended, if any? *
Your answer
Why do you wish to attend Rose City Blues 2018? *
Your answer
How will you continue to use the training you receive at RCB?
Your answer
What is it you love about blues dancing?
Your answer
In an effort to combat the marginalization and lack of representation of people from certain backgrounds and communities, we would like to prioritize giving scholarships to people of color and other people who may have fewer opportunities as a result of systemic oppression. We totally get it if you do not want to answer this, and it's not a required question, but do you identify as a member of a marginalized or underrepresented community or background? If so, how would this scholarship help you, or what would it mean to you?
Your answer
OPTIONAL: Provide a video essay introducing yourself, and/or videos of you dancing. (upload to youtube, copy/paste URL)
Your answer
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