The Prescott Western Heritage Foundation plans for award two very unique scholarships for up to $1,000.00 each this November to deserving students. Those students, who have a passion for preserving western heritage, whether through western art, music, literature, craft, or representative trade, should apply. Qualifying students must reside in Yavapai County.
The Prescott Western Heritage Foundation was formed to help preserve and promote western heritage. Their plan to increase awareness of Prescott’s rich history among the residents and visitors, through education, events, and other projects.
- Student applicant must be a resident of Yavapai County
- Student applicant must qualify under one of the following conditions:
- Student is currently studying, creating, and has exhibited western art (painting, sculpture) or craft work (leather tooling, etc.)
- Student is currently studying western music, and/or has written music that has been performed at school or at other local venues
- Student is studying literature, and has written western short stories, cowboy poetry, and performed at school or at other venues
- Creative video/film work that may be historical, documentary or story telling in nature
How to Apply:
For applying the scholarship the candidates must mail application and associated information to Prescott Western Heritage Foundation, Inc.
- Complete the Application Form of scholarship. Application form must be completed by student applicant typed or printed neatly in ink
- Two dated current letters of recommendation from teachers/ or adult persons other than relatives.
- A brief statement outlining your goal as an artist, musician, writer, or crafts person, including how you wish to further your goal using this financial aid.
The application needs to be submitted by September 15, 2015.
Two very unique scholarships will be given up to $1,000.00 each.
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