High School scholarships: Music Industry Summer Program
March 28, 2016
Thanks to generous support from the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation, five high school students will receive full scholarships to attend our Music Industry High School Summer Program this year. The intensive commuter program, which takes place July 10 -15, is designed for high school students who are serious about getting a head start on understanding the basics of the competitive and fast-paced music industry. Click here to apply for the Music Industry Summer Program, which covers curriculum in audio engineering and production, marketing, management, publishing, entrepreneurship, and the intersection of art, technology and business. To learn more about the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation Music Industry Summer Program Scholarship, which covers the full cost of program tuition, please contact Tia James at 215.895.1834 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Five WJSFF Music Industry Summer Program scholarships will be awarded to exceptional high school students who demonstrate economic need. Students must be entering their junior or senior year in high school and supply a transcript demonstrating a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, and a 300-word personal statement and a letter of recommendation in addition to filling out a simple form detailing family income and expenses.
All students accepted into the summer program will receive college level instruction from highly accomplished faculty, and participate in hands-on experiences in our state-of-the-art recording facilities.
Click here for information on high school summer programs in Dance, Digital Fabrication, Architecture, Interior Design, Graphic Design, and Design & Merchandising and Fashion Design.
Dedicated to the betterment of the world around us, the Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation helps individuals and organizations advance in areas where need is great. Education, empowerment and health are the foundation’s core platform. The WJSFF is proud to lend its support for education through programs and partnerships that support community development, sustainability and the arts.