American Music Therapy Association
$500 annually, non-renewable.
Two awards offered annually.
After decades of watching the profession of music therapy grow from the early years to its present prominence, Mrs. Edwina Eustis Dick graciously donated funds to establish a scholarship program for music therapy interns. Scoring of applicants is as follows: personal, community, and college activities, 10 points; transcript, 15 points; letters of recommendation, 15 points; participation in AMTA, conferences, AMTAS, committees, presentations, publications, 20 points; and application essays, 20 points per essay.
Nomination and application forms are available online on the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) website. All forms must be saved as Microsoft Word documents, and the file name must be the stude ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.
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