EDGE Performing Arts Center
$17,100 annually, non-renewable. The award goes directly to the program for education and performance expenses and includes professional materials, such as headshots.
Up to 20 awards offered annually.
Once admitted to the program, the student is required to fulfill the following obligations: 1) The term begins Sept. 10, 2018 and ends Aug. 18, 2019, with work training being from Aug. 27, 2018. Participants are required to attend 16 to 18 classes per week. Participants must attend the mandatory scholarship workshop classes, and may not miss the class for any reason unless authorized by the directors. Participants are given 12 personal days for the entire term. 2) The scholarship pays for the majority of tuition fees. The remaining $2,000 may be paid at one time or in four payments of $250, due at the beginning of each quarter. 3) Participants may not accept any commercial or theatrical work for dance or acting outside the program. Participants may not study at any other studio or be a member of any dance group. 4) Participants are required to work a minimum of five hours per week doing EDGE maintenance and support activities. Participants may be required to purchase a monthly parking pass. EDGE does not issue foreign student visas, nor does it provide student housing. Employment hours must be flexible allowing dancers to take class at different times. EDGE recommends having no other commitments, including work, for the months of June and July.
Applications for admission are available on the Edge Performing Arts Center websites (EDGE). Applicants applying to the Professional Dance program at the EDGE must complete the scholarship application ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.