Music Teacher Scholarships
Here are some of the Music Teacher scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
Applicant must be a junior or senior Music Education major with a 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to Elementary Music Education majors.
92nd Annual Schubert Club Scholarship Competition
The Schubert Club Student Scholarship Competition, held each spring, awards approximately $50,000 annually to young musicians. (An additional $10,000 is given away in other scholarship and grant programs.) Two cash prizes in each age and instrument category are awarded – $2000 and $1500 – to be used for further musical education. The Competition is named in memory of Bruce P. Carlson, executive director of The Schubert Club from 1968 to 2006.
Participants can download and mail, or electronically submit an application. Please read all the information carefully. Applications must be received complete with all required information and one $45 (per contestant) application fee. Payments and applications can be mailed to The Schubert Club offices or online with payment through PayPal.
Eligibility Requirement: Applicants must be a resident or enrolled in a learning institution within the 5-state region
(MN, WI, SD, ND or IA).
Please check website for dates of competition.
Eligibility: Open to any member of an organized choral music program.
Criteria: Active, current membership in a recognized choral program; preference will be given to new applicants, demonstrating the ability to transfer experience and knowledge gained to other members of their choral group.
Award: To provide for individual vocal training
Preference is given to undergraduate students majoring in music education and students with a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Scholarship awards may be used to recruit or retain high-ability students. This scholarship may be renewed a total of three times at the discretion of the scholarship committee provided the recipient continues to meet the stated criteria.
This award honors the memory of Dr. Robert T. Carr and is presented to a promising student or students in the area of music education. Recipients must have full-time status at Ball State and must be in their sophomore, junior, or senior year of study. They must be in good standing with the university. Financial need is not necessarily a consideration.
This scholarship is for worthy students in the School of Music only.
Provides scholarships for University of Arkansas - Fayetteville students having talent and financial need. The Mashburn Scholarship Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) qualified charitable foundation established September 24, 1994 which provides scholarships for students having talent, financial need and a desire to further their education in fields of Music Education, Music History, Vocal Music, Drama or The Performing Arts at the University of Arkansas and fulfill the requirements necessary to be a part of the Mashburn Scholarship Program. One of the primary goals of the Mashburn Scholarship Foundation is to increase public awareness of the importance of philanthropy to the future of education in Arkansas.
Recipients must have--or in the case of an incoming freshman, anticipate having--full-time status at Ball State. Recipients must be accepted to the School of Music and major in or intend to major in music education and must have as his or her major or minor instrument one of the orchestral strings (violin, viola, cello, or double bass). Recipients must maintain a grade point average of 2.5 or better. The Arthur Hill Scholar must already be a recipient of another School of Music scholarship. Eligible students must prepare written statements that answer questions about their goals as they pertain to string music education. The scholarship is renewable.
for a woman returning to school (adult learner) pursuing a career in the EDUCATION field that has financial need, shows leadership ability through involvement in school and community activities, and attains high academic achievement. Permanent residence must be in Laconia, Gilford, Gilmanton, Belmont, Sanbornton, or Alton NH.
These awards are based on musical quality, leadership potential, and academic promise. Consideration of the School of Music's artistic requirements may be taken into account. At least one recipient shall always be entitled to the Robert Hargreaves Award in recognition of Dr. Hargreaves' years of dedicated and tireless service to the Ball State School of Music and the high musical standards he espoused. Anyone under 25 at the time of application is eligible to apply. Applicants must be eligible for admission to Ball State, and this award may only be used for full-time undergraduate registration in a music major curriculum at Ball State. Awards are made on a year-to-year basis, normally continued for four years; however, recipients are subject to annual review by the director of the School of Music, and renewals are not automatic.
Senior in a Massachusetts high school. Competitve scholarships of $800 for major in piano, instrument, music education or music therapy.
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