GRCF Llewellyn L. Cayvan String Instrument Scholarship

  • Deadline: 05/01/2020
  • Renewable: Unknown
  • Number of Awards: Not Available
  • Award Amount: Not Available
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  • Phone: 616-454-1751
  • Fax: Not Available
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  • Address: 185 Oakes SW Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Grand Rapids Community Foundation awards numerous scholarships to Kent County students bound for or in college and one of the scholarships is the GRCF Llewellyn L. Cayvan String Instrument Scholarship.

Full Description

The number of recipients and the amount awarded vary each year and you can get that information once the application process starts.

Make sure you submit all the documents before the deadline on May 1st as late applications will not be accepted.

Who's eligible?

Not everybody is eligible for this scholarship so it is very important to know the criteria and only apply if you meet it.

In order to be eligible for the Llewellyn L. Cayvan String Instrument Scholarship, students must be undergraduate or graduate-level students studying the violin, viola, violoncello or the bass violin.

There are no residency requirements for this award.

Your only task is to complete a general application and you will automatically be considered for more than 70 scholarship funds.

Which scholarship you are eligible for depends on your backgrounds, GPA’s, areas of study and levels of education, so the system will match your application with it.

You will enter in the selection process for more scholarship funds, so make sure that you have provided all the materials you need for the application:

The documents you need to submit are a list of awards and volunteer/employment/extracurricular activities, the academic transcript from the most recent semester and for high school seniors, the first-semester senior year.

Writing an essay in which you will discuss the reasons for your choice of college, chosen course of study, career goals, plans for financing your education, and information on past activities benefiting your community is obligatory, too.

You do not have to submit a financial report as this is not a need-based scholarship.

How to Apply

The application process consists of a few steps and the first on is to review the list of scholarships available through Grand Rapids Community Foundation and see which ones you may qualify for.

You need to submit the application form and the scholarship committee comprised of volunteers from all over Kent County will inform you about the status of your application.

Scholarship listed under: Michigan Scholarships, Music Scholarships

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