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Nycda Future Star Scholarship

Nycda Future Star Scholarship

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This grant provides assistance to students who have either attended at least two semesters of high school in New York or have been New York State residents for at least 12 consecutive months before the term for which they are seeking assistance. Awards range from $500 to $5,165. The NYCDA TAP code is 7816. In order to qualify you must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or apply here.

Avani Agrawal competed earlier this year at the NYCDA Pittsburgh regional, where she won the Outstanding Dancer Award with a contemporary solo created for her by Choreographer-in-Residence Robert J. Priore. In Lansing, she performed a new hip hop solo titled “Miss Independent”. Avani received a Platinum score and placed in the top 20 Junior solos! Ela Sevillia performed a classical variation from “Grand Pas Classique”, staged and coached by Ballet Master Stanislav Issaev, which earned her a Platinum award and the highest score for a Junior soloist. She also received a Faculty Rising Star Award from NYCDA faculty member Kenny Easter. (Source: www.citydance.net)

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All eligible registered Workshop dancers Including dancers registered as independents) will be considered for the above listed scholarship opportunities, including Regional Convention Scholarships, Sponsorships, and Awards. Independent Dancers are not eligible to audition for the separate Outstanding Dancer Scholarships. Selection based on faculty observations throughout the weekend, no separate audition required. Only dancers wearing audition numbers will be considered.

The goal of the NYCDA Foundation College Scholarship Program is to award multiple 4 year college scholarships, primarily with total values of $5,000-$25,000. These scholarships will be awarded as tuition payments directly to the college of YOUR choice. The scholarship recipient must be intending on pursuing a performance based major (dance, musical theater BA or BFA program) in college. In 2019, the Foundation established a program recognizing those dancers who choose to attend a certificate program. Dancers choosing to pursue a certificate program will receive 50% of the amount they were originally awarded. (Source: nycdance.com The goal of the NYCDA Foundation College Scholarship Program is to award multiple 4 year college scholarships, primarily with total values of $5,000-$25,000. These scholarships will be awarded as tuition payments directly to the college of YOUR choice. The scholarship recipient must be intending on pursuing a performance based major (dance, musical theater BA or BFA program) in college. In 2019, the Foundation established a program recognizing those dancers who choose to attend a certificate program. Dancers choosing to pursue a certificate program will receive 50% of the amount they were originally awarded. (Source:nycdance.com))

 

 

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