Gabriel Love Foundation Scholarship

  • Deadline: 04/30/2023
  • Renewable: Unknown
  • Number of Awards: 1
  • Award Amount: $5,000
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  • Address: 545 West 45th Street New York 3 Floor New York, NY 10036

The WJA-Gabriel Love Foundation Student Scholarship in partnership with Gabriel & Co. offers eligible students a $5,000 scholarship.

Gabriel & Co. is a New York City-based jewelry design house that was founded in 1989 by brothers Jack and Dominick Gabriel.

This scholarship’s main aim is to help provide funding for students to achieve professional growth within the fine jewelry industry and in their communities.

Full Description

The WJA-Gabriel Love Foundation™ Student Scholarship will be awarded to only one most deserving female student enrolled in design or non-design courses through jewelry, metalsmithing program, or jewelry business at an accredited college, university, or training school who will be selected by the scholarship committee based on the application material submitted.

Who's eligible?

The eligible person is a deserving female student enrolled in fine jewelry design courses.

So, students who are able to clearly articulate a desire to participate in charitable efforts in the future or how they will use their career in jewelry to improve communities are highly encouraged to apply.

This scholarship is open to members and non-members of the Women’s Jewelry Association.

If you meet the above-mentioned requirements, you are strongly suggested to submit the application form and maybe you will be lucky enough to get this outstanding award.

How to Apply

The application period for the Gabriel Love Foundation Scholarship lasts from March 1 to April  30.

The application process is conducted online through

Applicants must complete the online application, which includes an essay, three images, and provide proof of enrollment.

You are required to provide the following to support your scholarship application:

  1. Essay: A short essay explaining why you wish to pursue a career in jewelry or watches and your goals/aspirations for the future.
  2. Images: Three digital images showing examples of your most recent work followed by brief descriptions of each of the numbered images indicating materials used, size of the piece(s) and what is represented and/or significant about each piece.
  3. Completed entry form which can be found on the official website.

Student scholarships are paid directly to the institution and not to the applicant.

Scholarship listed under: Design Scholarships, New York Scholarships

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