Monday, October 7, 2013

2014 YoungArts application deadline October 18


Greetings Members, 

On behalf of our partner, YoungArts, we are sharing a reminder their upcoming application deadline is October 18th. Please see the message below from YoungArts President & CEO, Paul Lehr. 

How are we partners you ask? Arts Schools Network's On Your Way Student Scholarship Program offers students a chance to win scholarships, get valuable feedback from faculty of prestigious colleges and conservatories. Students apply online and use Acceptd to create online portfolios they can later use for auditions or college admissions. On Your Way winners will automatically bypass the preliminary round in the national Young Arts program adjudication and are given access to Young Arts online portal for portfolio submission. YoungArts is the signature national program that identifies, recognizes and supports America’s most talented young artists in the visual, literary and performing arts. 

YoungArts also is the sole pathway to the U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Arts awards. Thank you for encouraging students (age 15-18 or grades 10-12) to apply!

Sincerely, 
Kristy
Execute Director
Arts Schools Network


Dear  ASN Colleague,

Our partner organization, National YoungArts Foundation, has their 2014 YoungArts application deadline coming up--
October 18-- and we want to make sure that as many talented young artists as possible apply.  Some of the many benefits winners may receive include:  Up to $10,000 cash. Exclusive nomination as a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Significant scholarships from colleges ($36 million in 2013). A life time of career opportunities and professional contacts. An opportunity to appear on HBO’s YoungArts MasterClass. This short video says it all  HERE


Please encourage all of your young artists (age 15-18 or grades 10-12) to go to  www.youngarts.org/apply and please forward to any people/organizations who might have potential applicants who may benefit from the program. 


Thank you for your support!

Paul Lehr
President & CEO
National YoungArts Foundation


 

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