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2017 Educational Endowment Scholarships

SNAG awards three student scholarships with at least one award given to a student that is currently an undergraduate. These scholarships are for tuition towards the students’ degree granting programs. The scholarships are as follows: one $2000 award, one $1500 award and one $1000 award; each includes a one-year SNAG membership.

SNAG also awards three juried scholarships for emerging and mid-career artists to use toward a workshop of their choice in North America. These awards are as follows: one $2000 award, one $1500 award and one $1000 award; each includes a one-year SNAG membership. Emerging and mid-career artists should have not been enrolled in a degree or certificate program in the past 3 years to qualify.

Deadline extended to March 31, 2017

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Educational Endowment Scholarships

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Rebecca Hannon, one of the 2015 recipients

Founded in 1992, this annual offering of juried, educational scholarships are SNAG’s most highly competitive scholarship awards.

We are now taking applications for the 2016 scholarships. Deadline is March 17, 2016.

SNAG awards three student scholarships with at least one award given to a student that is currently an undergraduate. SNAG also awards three juried scholarships for emerging and mid-career artists to use toward a workshop of their choice in North America.

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Educational Endowment Scholarships 2014

THE 2014 SNAG EDUCATIONAL ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS:

Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro

$2,000 Award
Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro, graduate student at Indiana University, Bloomington

Heather Nuber
$1,500 Award
Heather Nuber, undergraduate student at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

Aric Verrastro
$1,000 Award
Aric Verrastro, graduate student at Indiana University, Bloomington

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