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Offered by Carnegie Mellon University
Have you applied to Carnegie Mellon’s MAM (Master of Arts Management) program and have a sustained commitment to civic participation through arts management? If so, the Arts in the Community Fellowship may be a great opportunity for you! Each year, the Fellowships award a full tuition scholarship to multiple incoming Carnegie Mellon MAM students. Applicants are also eligible to earn an additional $5,000-$6,000 per academic year by interning part-time with one of the arts organizations in the region. To be considered for the fellowship, students must simply apply to the MAM program and mention their interest in the award within the essay or optional essay in the application for admission. Keep on reading to learn more!
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY
Applicants must (1) have applied to Carnegie Mellon's MAM (Master of Arts Management) program and (2) demonstrate a sustained commitment to civic participation through arts management.
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