Scholarship Creation/Sponsorship Opportunities
The NAAcSCPA Scholarship Committee is aware and appreciative of the fact that so many members of our Greater Alumni Family want to give back to SCPA through Scholarship. Our Association is looking to provide scholarship opportunities for students to go college or non-traditional post secondary track, and also to provide financial support for those taking Private Music Lessons. This page shows our official process in creating, establishing, or sponsoring a scholarship through the SCPA alumni association. If you have any questions about our process please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Scholarships to College or Non-Traditional Post Secondary Track:
Our Alumni Dare to Dream Scholarship is our Associations Primary Scholarship for qualified SCPA graduates pursuing education/careers after high school. Sponsoring a Scholarship under our Dare to Dream Scholarship, is the easiest way to establish a continuous scholarship with us under the name of your choice (Example: The Class of 1972 Scholarship or The John Doe Scholarship) and our association will funnel the money you donate/raise, as well as highlight you as a sponsor of a sponsored scholarship.
Please fill out the form below in it’s entirety and indicate you would like to sponsor a scholarship for a students college education or post-secondary track.
Private Lesson or Other Scholarships:
If you are looking to create or establish a Private Lesson or different type of scholarship please make sure to fill out the form below with explicit details as to how you would like the scholarship to be created and implemented.
- Fill out/Review this form in full
- The Scholarship Committee will review your scholarship sponsorship/creation request and may make revision requests
- A finalized scholarship agreement will be created and must be signed by the Alumni Associations Secretary, Scholarship Chair, and the representative of those awarding the scholarship.
Click the link below to fill out the Scholarship Creation Form: