The MI 35th Anniversary Independent Artist Program Scholarship will be awarded in Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 to a student (US or non-US citizen) newly enrolling in the Musicians Institute Independent Artist Program who clearly articulates their career goals as an independent artist within the music industry and demonstrates verifiable financial need. The scholarship is applicable for students enrolled in the MI Independent Artist Program program only, and may not be transferred to other programs or emphases within an AA degree. Award $1,500.00 tuition credit. Awardee must maintain enrollment at 12 units (fulltime status) during the full length of award period. Failure to maintain enrollment and satisfactory academic progress in the MI Independent Artist Program for the full duration of the scholarship may result in withdrawal of the award. Eligibility To be considered for the MI 35th Anniversary Independent Artist Program Scholarship, you must meet the following requirements:
Newly enrolled Independent Artist Program students only.
US citizen and non-US citizen.
Submit a 250-word essay explaining why you should be considered for the MI 35th Anniversary Independent Artist Program Scholarship. Include your goals; describe the extent of your financial need and any other factors you consider relevant.
Provide the completed application form including: Verifiable financial need (submit 2011 tax return or other means of income verification).
Application Deadline For programs beginning: Fall 2012 Submit application by: August 24, 2012 Incomplete or late packages will not be accepted or returned. Scholarship awards are non-transferable. All materials must be submitted in a complete package and mailed via US Postal Service to: Musicians Institute Scholarship Department 6752 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 For more information, please visit official website
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