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|DEADLINE||TITLE||URL||AGE / GRADE||REQUIREMENTS||INFO||CONTACTS|
|Passed (May 1, 2015)||Emerging Photgorapher Fund 2015||http://www.burnmagazine.org/in-the-spotlight/2015/04/epf/||open to all||photography only||Winner will earn a grant of $15,000|
|Passed (2/14)||AP–Google Journalism and Technology Scholarship||ap-google.journalists.org/||grade 12||• Graduating HS students pursuing studies at the crossroads of journalism, computer sciences and new media||• Six students will receive scholarship awards of $20,000 each.|
• Scholarship winners also will receive a one-year ONA membership and recognition at ONA’s annual conference.
|Deadlines past in April 2015||Nickelodeon Animation Scholarship||https://getschooled.com/dashboard/tool/1342-25-000-animation-scholarship||ages 17-24 (scholarship)||More details to come in April.||- $25,000 scholarship for animation|
|Applicants must graduate from high school during or before the summer of 2016 and plan to enroll as a freshman in college in the fall of 2016. Passed (Fall 2015)||QuestBridge National College Match||http://www.questbridge.org/for-students/ncm-who-should-apply#eligibility||Grade 12||Free online QuestBridge Application, 2 letters of rec, secondary school report, high school transcript, standardized test score reports|
• Show proof of financial need
• Average household income under $60,000 per year.
|• 4-year full scholarship to one of 35 partner firstname.lastname@example.org |
115 Everett Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94301
|Spring 2016: January 7 Summer 2016: April 1 Fall 2016: Aug 26||Art Center of Pasadena Saturday High||artcenter.edu/sat/scholarships.jsp||grades 9–12||• At least 6 to 10 original samples of your work||• Scholarships cover the full cost of one Saturday High class or workshop. |
|2/25/2016||Create a Greeting Card Scholarship||gallerycollection.com/greeting-cards-scholarship.htm||age 14+|
grade 9-12, college
|• Designs should be appropriate for business and|
|• $10,000 scholarship; $1,000 to winner's school|
• Design will become greeting card sold on website
|3/3/16 at 11:59 PT||Google Generation Scholarship||google.com/edu/students/the-generation-google-scholarship/||grade 12, college freshman||• Be a student from an underrepresented group in computer science (African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Female, or a Person with a Disability)|
• Planning to apply as full-time student at a university in the US or Canada
• Intend to pursue a Computer Science or Computer Engineering degree, or a degree in a closely related technical field
• Exhibit a strong record of academic achievement
| * General background information (includes contact information and information about your current and intended universities for the 2014-2015 school year)|
* Current resume
* Academic transcripts from your current and prior universities (if you have earned a prior degree)
* Two letters of reference from a professor, instructor, adviser or supervisor
* Responses to four essay questions
|Regular deadline: March 1, 2016 Final Deadline: May 12th, 2016||Global Citizen Year||globalcitizenyear.org||grade 12||• High school diploma or GED|
• Have not yet started full-time college coursework
• U.S. Citizens or legal permanent residents (in some cases, long-term visas)
|• Gap-year between high school and college|
• Spend summer fundraising
• International 10-month trip: live with another family, cultural immersion, and participate in community building volunteer projects
|Various||Google Scholarships (more)||google.com/edu/students/scholarships.html||grade 12, college freshman||Varies for each one||Varies for each one|
|Currently closed for 2016||Google Journalism Fellowship||google.com/get/journalismfellowship/index.html||age 18+ and in college, grad school||• Excellent GPA|
• US citizen, resident or visa
• Full- or part-time student
|• Scholarship for 10-week fellowship in the Summer|
• $8,000 stipend for 10 weeks & $1,000 travel budget
|Ongoing||LACMA Art Class Aid||lacma.org/scholarships||age 6–8||• Show proof of financial need. |
• Never been awarded a LACMA Art Class scholarship.
|Please contact email@example.com for information or the current scholarship forms. |
Information is available for any given year from July 15th thru Feb 1st.
|Tall Clubs International Scholarship||http://www.tallclubfoundation.org/#ScholarshipForms||Under 21||Must be entering your first year of college in Fall of 2015, must meet the height requirement minimums: 5'10 for women and 6'2 for men||The TCI Foundation annually awards student scholarship(s) of up to $1000 each to tall students who are under 21 years of age and attending their first year of college in the following Fall.|
If you are interested in applying for a TCI Scholarship Award, you may contact a TCI Member Club closest to you for sponsorship. Or, you may ask for an application directly at firstname.lastname@example.org Please include your name, email, city and state in your inquiry.
|Passed (10/1/2016)||Music Center Spotlight Award - Visual Arts||musiccenter.org/education/Students-at-the-Center/Spotlight/Scholarships/||grades 9–12||Enrolled in a high school, approved independent study, or home school program at the |
application deadline OR attend a correspondence school, do you live in Southern California
Live or attend school in any of the following counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San
Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara, or San Diego
|Will open soon for 2016||Otis College of Art and Design College Summer of Art Scholarship||otis.edu/soa||age 15+||• Proof of financial need|
• US citizen
|• Scholarship to 4-week, pre-college program geared to strengthen skills in art, design or creative writing.|
|Submission form(s) and payment must be postmarked by December 16.||Scholastic Art and Writing Awards||http://www.artandwriting.org/Affiliate/ARALW||grades 7–12||• $5 submission fee (waived for low-income)|
• Scholarships in 28 categories of art and writing
• Chance to have works exhibited or published.
• National Medalist seniors are eligible to receive scholarships through partnerships with esteemed colleges and universities.
|Complete applications are due between September 1 and December 31 of each year||Venice Arts' Ted M. Warshafsky Scholarship Fund||venicearts.org/index.php?view=section&id=7948||grade 9–12||• Currently enrolled in Venice Arts' programs|
• Proof of financial need
• GPA 2.5+
|$1,000 scholarship and a copy of Anne Frank's diary and a biography of Emmett Till|
|Opens March 2016||Voice of Democracy Scholarship||vfw.org/Community/Voice-of-Democracy/||grades 9–12||• Up to $30,000 college scholarship|
• Submit 3-5 minute speech on specific topic: 2014-2015 topic is "Why Veterans are Important to our Nation's History and Future"
|The first Monday in March, 2016||Warner Bros. Animation/Hanna-Barbera Honorship||wbcitizenship.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/WB_Animation-Hanna-Barbera-Honorship-App_2010-2011.pdf||grade 12||• Must be enrolling in college to study animation|
• a passion and talent for a career in animation;
• 3.0 GPA+ upon graduation
• demonstrate financial need
|• $10,000 scholarship|
• 4 consecutive paid Summer internships while enrolled in college
|? - Website not found||Heinz College Graduate Scholarship Opportunity for Carnegie Mellon||http://namac.org/heinz-college-master-arts-management-scholarship-namac-members||grade 12||• Must be enrolling in Carnegie Mellon University; |
• Must be affiliated with a NAMAC member organization
• demonstrate financial need
|• at least $6,000 per semester scholarship|
|March 31,2016 Themed print issue. The theme for XXIX.1 (Spring 2017) is “Chaos.” Photo essay deadline is 9/1/16 on the theme "Chaos"|
September 1–November 15: Non-themed Summer and Winter online issues. All submissions will be considered for both issues. Please do not submit thematic work during the general reading period and vice versa.
|Witness Magazine||witnessmagazine.submittable.com/submit||• Writing must be unpublished||• Paid $25 per 1,500 words or per poem|
• Published either online or in print
|The application period will open on Thursday, October 15, 2015. The applicant must provide a nominator, and a recommender (a teacher, advisor, or other adult outside the applicant’s family) and parent/guardian form by Monday, November 30th deadline. A completed application, personal statement and work samples must be submitted by the deadline, Sunday, January 3rd, 2016.||Anthony Quinn Foundation 2016 Art Scholarship Program||https://anthonyquinnfoundation.fluidreview.com/||pre-college or college||Must be used for the education of one of the following:|
Visual Arts & Design
Dance, Theatre, Singing, Instrumental
|• Scholarships range from $1000 - $3000|
|The deadline for submitting the applications is 11:59 PM EST, March 31, 2016. Winners will be announced 7 working days after the close of the application process.||The Sleeklens Academic Scholarship||https://sleeklens.com/the-sleeklens-academic-scholarship/||Undergraduate, a Graduate, or a High School senior with a legitimate acceptance letter from an accredited University or College||Write an essay according to the instructions provided below and send it to Scholarships at Sleeklens.com|
1. Either be enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited University or College or be able to present a legitimate letter of acceptance from an accredited University or College.
2. Has either an identity card, identification number or any other type of legal document that is provided by their institution of choice
3. The final decision regarding the winners will be made by Sleeklens. That decision will be final and will not be open to appeal
4. The information of the winners will be thoroughly checked and verified before any payments are processed. Should there be any false information submitted, the whole application will be disqualified
5. Each student can only apply once per year. Previous winners must not apply as their applications will be disqualified immediately
|Amount: $2000 Write an essay that is between 1000 and 1600 email@example.com|
|Ongoing (last day of every month)||$2000 "No Essay" College Sweepstakes||collegeprowler.com/scholarship/apply.aspx?source=discus||grade 9+, college, adult||• Anyone planning on attending college/graduate school within 12 months||• $2,000|
|1/20/2016||California Assn. of Collectors Educational Scholarship Foundation||cacesf.org/||grade 12||California resident||• Three awards: $2,500, $2,000 & $1,500|
• College scholarship for graduation seniors
• One-page application and essay on "The Importance of Establishing and Maintaining Good Credit During Your College Years"
|Priority Deadline: March 1, 2016 ofr Fall 2016 applications||CCA Precollege Program||cca.edu/precollege||grades 10–12||• Need based scholarships|
• $2,500 merit scholarships
|( 12/2/16)||Most Valuable Student Competition||http://www.elks.org/enf/scholars/mvs.cfm||grade 12||High School senior, U.S. Citezen||Applications must be submitted to the Elks Lodge closest to the student's permanent U.S. address. Applications must advance through local, district and state competitions to reach national judging. In late April, the 20 top finalists will participate in a Leadership Weekend in Chicago during which they’ll interview with the national judges. These 20 finalists will be vying for two first-place awards of $50,000; two second-place awards of $40,000; and two third-place awards of $30,000. The remaining 14 finalists will receive awards of $20,000. The 480 runners-up will receive fifth-place scholarships of $4,000.||Elks National Foundation|
2750 North Lakeview Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614-2256
Phone: (773) 755-4728
Fax: (773) 755-4729
|Will reopen (08/16) will accept applications from those students graduating from high school in 2017||Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Four Year Award For Seniors||coca-colascholarsfoundation.org/applicants/#.UmAwmJQoK98||grade 12||• U.S. Citizen; U.S. National; U.S. Permanent Resident; Temporary Resident (legalization program); Refugee; Asylee; Cuban-Haitian Entrant; or Humanitarian Parolee;|
• GPA 3.0+ at the end of junior year of high school
• Applicants may NOT be related to Coca-Cola staff
|• fifty $1000, fifty $1250, and fifty $1500 scholarships awarded|
|(Passed) January 15th, 2015 Dell Scholars will be announced April 10,3016||Dell Scholars Program||dellscholars.org/||age 9–12||• 2.4 GPA+|
• Demonstrated need for financial assistance
• Participating in a MSDF approved college readiness program for a minimum of two years
• Planning to enter a bachelor's degree program at an accredited higher education institution in the fall directly after your graduation from high school.
• U.S. citizenship or permanent residency
|• $20,000 for 250 students|
• College scholarships for underserved youth
|Application will be accessible online by October 1st.||Diller TeenTikkun Olam Awards||http://www.dillerteenawards.org/apply/||age 13–19||• Self-identify as Jewish.|
• Nominated by teacher, mentor or self.
• Volunteer work only.
|Various: most deadline February 29, 2016||Discus Awards - General HS Scholarship DATABASE||http://www.discusawards.com/||Several scholarships||Several scholarships|
|(12/2/2016)||Elks National Foundation MVP Student Scholarship||elks.org/enf/scholars/mvs.cfm||grade 12||• US citizen|
• No college students or relatives of Elks
|• Up to $100,000|
• Male and female students compete separately.
|March 12 to May 29, 2016||ESA Foundation Computer & Video Game Scholarship Program||theesa.com/foundation/scholarship.asp||grade 12, college||• Women or minority students|
• Pursuing degrees leading to careers in computer and video game arts (high school seniors must already be accepted into a program),
• Enrolling or enrolled in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States,
• 2.75 or above on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent)
• US citizens.
|Depends on School applied to (some are in March)||FAFSA Financial Aid Application||fafsa.ed.gov/deadlines.htm||grade 12, college||Federal Student Aid|
|The 2016 program will be open for applications as fo October 12, 2015||GE-Reagan Foundation||reaganfoundation.org/GE-RFScholarships.aspx||grade 12||• GPA 3.0+|
• Proof of financial need
• Graduating HS Seniors applying to college
• US citizen
|• Up to $10,000 scholarship per year for a max of four years|
|February 17, 2016 (Must be postmarked no leter than this date)||Gordon A. Rich Memorial Foundation Scholarship||gordonrich.org/html/apply.html||grade 12||• Applicants must be dependent children of full-time employees in the financial service services industry. Employees must be presently employed with 5 years of experience OR no longer emplyed in this field but had 10 years of experience which ended no longer than 5 years prior to the GAR scholarship application closing date. |
• GPA 3.5+; top 20% of their class.
• Students must be a US citizen or legal resident.
|• Five scholarships, up to $12,500.00 renewable for four years||For more information, call (212) 325-2227|
|September 16, 2015 to April 6, 2016||High School Senior $20,000 Scholarship Contest||afsascholarship.org/hsinformation.html||grade 12||• US Citizen||• $20,000 scholarship|
|3/30/2016||Hispanic Scholarship Fund||http://hsf.net/en/scholarships/programs/the-gates-millennium-scholarship||grade 12 or college||• Hispanic heritage||$1,000–$5,000.|
|passed (11/3/2015)||Jack Kent Cooke College Scholarship||jkcf.org/scholarships/college-scholarship-program/||grade 12||• GPA 3.5+|
• Graduating seniors in high school
• Top 15% in standardized testing
• Financial need (gross household income under $95k)
|• $30,000 to any 4-year college/uni|
• Academic advising
|April 14, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) EST.||Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholastic Awards||jkcf.org/scholarships/young-scholars-program/how-to-apply/||grade 8|
• Since the beginning of 6th grade, you have earned grades of all or mostly As in school with no Cs in your core academic subjects
• Family's adjusted gross income must be less than $80,000.
• 60 young scholars
|Closed||Jack Kent Cooke Transfer Scholarship||jkcf.org/scholarships/undergraduate-transfer-scholarships/||college||• Enrolled in community college, GPA 3.5+|
• Planning to transfer to a 4-year university for full time study during the next Fall.
• Trascript and 2 recommendations from teachers
|Scholarships are renewable and worth up to $30,000/yr.|
|April 14, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) EST.||Jack Kent Cooke Youth Scholar||jkcf.org/scholarships/young-scholars-program/||Entering 8th grade||• High GPA; mostly A's|
• US resident
• Financial need (gross household income under $95k)
|• Funding beginning 9th grade Summer|
• Personal education adviser from 8th gade to high school
• Summer programs
|Passed March 13,2015||Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program||kohlscorporation.com/CommunityRelations/scholarship/program-information.asp||6–18||• Volunteer efforts must have occurred in the last year.||• Store Winners will receive a $50 Kohl’s Gift Card.|
• $1,000 scholarship for post-secondary education; national scholarshops $10,000 for post-secondary education
• $1,000 to a non-profit organization on each winner's behalf.
|Passed February 15, 2016 5pm (EST)||Los Angeles Dodgers Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship||losangeles.dodgers.mlb.com/la/community/ddf_programs.jsp||grade 12||• Be a graduating, minority high school senior|
• Plan to attend an accredited and approved four–year institution within the United States
• Present evidence of financial need
• U.S. citizen
• 1,000 SAT score (minimum) comined for math and critical reading sections or a composite ACT score of 21
|• $24,000/four years scholarships to minority high school students|
|March 30th, 2016||Odenza Marketing Scholarship||odenzascholarships.com/awards/8/eligibility_odenza_marketing_scholarship.php||age 16–25||• Have at least one full year of post secondary studies remaining at the time of the award|
• 2.5+ GPA
• U.S. or Canadian Citizen
• $500 award
|9/28/2015 (Passed)||QuestBridge National College Match||questbridge.org/for-students/ncm-national-college-match||grade 12||• Show proof of financial need|
• Average household income under $60,000 per year.
|• 4-year full scholarship to one of 35 partner colleges|
|Friday, May 13th, 2016 for 2016-2017||Riordan Scholars Program||anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars||grades 10–12||• GPA 3.0+|
• Demonstrated leadership skills and active involvement at school and in the community
• Applicants should have parents without post-collegiate education
|• Scholarship to 8-week preparatory workshops|
• SAT prep workshops
• Personal academic mentor
|Passed (10-05-2014)||Get Lit and Relativity's Film Team||http://getlit.org/getlit/2014/09/29/audition-for-get-lit-relativitys-film-team/||unknown||Auditions: Sunday, Ovtober 5th|
Bring a sample of your work, any portable equipment you own, and a recent transcript
|Emmy-Award winning produver, Jeannette Pavini and USC Film School graduate, Charles Leisenring will mentor young filmmakers on the many aspects of editing, sound, shooting, and producing to develop a youth-created series of hald-hour segments that tell stories from young people's lives|
Work weekly at Relativity School
|Contact: Veronika Shulman|
|NOMINATIONS FOR THE NEXT AWARD ARE DUE BY JULY 1 OF THE CURRENT YEAR.||Spark Action - Young Activist Award||sparkaction.org/resources/55141?utm_source=Ready+News+Ma1&utm_campaign=Ready+News&utm_medium=email||age 18–26 by 9/1||• For any politically active seniors or even mentors. |
• Nominees must be nominated by organization, and orgs get small award as well.
|• $6,000, paid trip to Berkeley, CA for community organizing.|
|5/31/2016||Eddie Adams Workshop||http://www.eddieadamsworkshop.com/||college||• Less than 3 years professional experience||• If accepted, $375 fee required for room and board, in addition to travel expenses|
|Passed: April 2015||Smithsonian Latino Center 2015 Young Ambassadors Program||http://www.latino.si.edu/programs/youngambassadors.htm||age 17-18||• Graduating high school seniors|
• Trip to a seminar
|• Fees included|
|1/29/2016 (passed)||Bank of America Student Leaders Program||www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders||11th or 12th grade in high school||Currently be a junior or senior in high school, in good standing at your school. Be able to participate in an 8-week paid internship at a local nonprofit/charitable organization (selected by Bank of America) and work 35 hours a week. Be legally authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship through the end of September. Be able to participate in a week-long Student Leaders Summit in Washington, DC from July 10-15, 2016 (All expenses paid as part of the Student Leaders program. This week will be part of your 8-week experience.) Complete an online application and obtain a letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor, or school administrator. Be a resident of a community listed here.||A summer eight-week paid internship with a nonprofit organization selected by the bank. This internship is designed to provide opportunities for the students to develop and apply leadership skills through hands-on work experience, while raising their awareness of community issues addressed by their Host Organization. The week-long, all-expense paid Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C. from July 10-15, 2016. Conducted in partnership with the Close Up Foundation, the Summit introduces students to aspects of civic, social and business leadership and provides them with knowledge and skills they will use throughout their life to create positive community firstname.lastname@example.org|
|3/31/2016 for Margaret Gosfield College Grant November 15, 2016 for STAR Grant||California Foundation for Gifted Education||http://www.cfge.org/grants_student.php||11th or 12th grade||Student must currently be in grade 11 or 12, and attending classes in a recognized California educational setting. (Juniors expecting to participate in an early entrance program at a participating college or university are eligible.) Student must be planning to enter a recognized school of advanced education during the 2014-2015 school year. Student must demonstrate outstanding achievement in a chosen area of talent or giftedness.||Margaret Gosfield College Grant - Margaret lives her life in service to gifted students. She has been a teacher, a district program coordinator, an educational consultant and a regional advocacy leader. She has served on the Board of Directors of the California Association for the Gifted for over 20 years. Intellectual and Artistic passion are very important to Margaret. She believes it is passion that epitomizes the character of who a gifted child is. This passion should be validated and celebrated within each of you. This Scholarship is more than GPAs and honors received in school. It is intended for gifted students who are entering a college or university and have a passion beyond the academics; an intellectual or artistic passion that drives them to succeed beyond the classroom. It is meant to fuel the intellectual and artistic passion within each student without regard to the financial status of their parents. Grant/ Award: $email@example.com|
|Multiple Deadlines||My (Un)Documented Life||http://mydocumentedlife.org/category/undergrad-scholarships/||UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION & RESOURCES FOR UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS|
|3/1/2016||Student Travel Scholarships||http://ngstudentexpeditions.com/resources/scholarships||\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\||Students completing 6th through 12th grades who are legal residents of the United States or Canada are eligible to apply for a National Geographic Student Expeditions scholarship. The National Geographic scholarship program generally considers students whose parents’ combined income is less than $50,000 and who have few assets. Each year, we receive many scholarship applications, and allocation of scholarship funds is competitive.||The National Geographic Student Expeditions Scholarship Program provides financial support for students seeking educational summer experiences who could not otherwise afford them. Last summer, we awarded full scholarships to 22 students from all around the country, providing learning opportunities to students from a wide variety of backgrounds, and creating a richer and more diverse experience for every student involved.Each summer, our scholarship students return home with stories of life-changing experiences that instilled in them increased confidence, global perspective, independence, and compassion for others. These transformational experiences are central to their development as students, leaders and global citizens. To be considered for a National Geographic Student Expeditions scholarship, we must receive by mail your completed application no later than March 1, 2016.|
We cannot accept Applications received via email or fax. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. A complete application consists of:
Complete Scholarship Application
Copy of parents’or guardians’ most recent federal tax returns
Copy of student’s most recent federal tax returns (if applicable)
Statement explaining parents’ or guardians’ need for financial assistance based on financial obligations and assets
Applicant statement explaining why you would like to join a National Geographic Student Expedition and what you feel you can contribute to it
Two completed Teacher Reference Form (include in sealed envelopes with application materials)
Copy of student’s passport (if applicable)
|Mail completed applications to: |
National Geographic Student Expeditions
345 Hickory Ridge Road
Putney, Vermont 05346
|3/8/2016||LensCulture Portrait Awards 16||https://www.lensculture.com/portrait-awards-2016?utm_source=fb-cpc&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=ALL&utm_content=ART_retargeting&utm_campaign=PA16-EN-FEED-SDB-Remarketing||No age or grade limitations||Enter a series or 5+ single images in LensCulture Portrait Awards 2016 and get a free submission review! We believe that every photographer who enters deserves thoughtful feedback on their work. We have recruited dozens of top photo editors, portfolio reviewers, curators, and other industry professionals to give you constructive feedback on your photography plus recommendations for improving your practice. This continues to be one of the most meaningful services at LensCulture, and an important part of our competitions.||LensCulture Portrait Awards 2016 is our 3rd annual competition to discover the very best contemporary portrait photography from all cultures around the world. We believe portraits are the most fundamental type of photograph — helping people to understand and celebrate human connections on a universal level. We encourage anyone, from anywhere, with a new perspective on the modern-day portrait to enter. 6 Winners, 8 Jurors' Picks and 25 Finalists will be chosen. LensCulture is dedicated to helping all photographers move forward professionally. Through this competition, we will provide photographers from all over the world with opportunities for immediate exposure and meaningful feedback from a renowned group of industry professionals.|
|4/8/2016 no later than 5pm||The Animation/Hanna-Barbera Reach Honorship||https://www.wbcitizenship.com/community/reach-honorship-program/||Current high school seniors interested in animation||· We realize that the application period is short this year and recommend that students begin the application process early. There is a writing assignment specific to the Reach program and students are asked to submit examples of their work. If they choose to submit hard copies via mail, please note that they must send seven (7) copies of each item.|
· Students may submit their application one of three ways: via email (as a compressed folder), via mail or hand delivered to the Warner Bros. lot.
· In the “How did you hear about Reach” field on the application, please encourage your students to list your organization.
Applicants must have (1) a passion for a career in animation; (2) impressive drawing, sketching and/or animation skills; (3) effective verbal and written communication skills; and (3) a minimum GPA of 3.0 upon graduation.
|The Animation/Hanna-Barbera Reach Honorship has three components:|
· 4 consecutive, full-time paid summer internships in the Warner Bros. Animation department beginning the summer immediately following high school graduation
· A formalized mentorship with a Warner Bros. Animation executive, a different individual each summer
· A $5,000 scholarship distributed over 4 years to the student’s accredited four year college or University (please note, students who attend a two year/community college are not eligible to apply to the program)
* Please note that the internship takes place on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank. The successful candidate will be entirely responsible for moving or commuting to Burbank. Warner Bros. does not supply housing or travel funds. Please make sure all out of area applicants are aware of this and able to commit to being able to get to and from the internship on a daily basis by Orientation/June 13th.
|Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships||http://www.aiga.org/worldstudio-scholarship/||Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying art and design disciplines in colleges and universities in the United States. Our primary aims are to increase diversity in the creative professions, and to foster social and environmental responsibility in the artists, designers, and studios of tomorrow.|
Scholarship recipients are selected not only for their talent and their need, but also for their demonstrated commitment to giving back to the larger community through their work. Each award is paid directly to the recipient’s school and applied toward tuition.
Since its inception in 1995, Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships has awarded over one million dollars to over 650 minority and economically disadvantaged college students of art and design.