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As you know being a full-time student often prohibits one’s ability to have a full-time job. And, as professors we often hear students who have great ideas, but do not know how to fund them.   The question of the moment . . . Where can students find the resources to support their artistic endeavors?

What if I were to tell you there was money available to support your student’s projects through NCECA?  Well, it’s true; there are several of these awards available to students through the Regina Brown Undergraduate Student Fellowship and the NCECA Graduate Student Fellowship.

Professors . . . please encourage your students to apply before the October 19, 2016 deadline!

THE REGINA BROWN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIP

The student must make a project proposal for use of the $1,800.00 award (cannot include payment of tuition) and must submit additional materials as specified in the Application Process. A maximum of three awards may be made, of which $900.00 is mailed following the end of conference. The balance of $900.00 is paid when a project report with images is submitted.

THE NCECA GRADUATE STUDENT FELLOWSHIP

The student must make a project proposal for use of the $2,000.00 award (cannot include payment of tuition) and must submit additional materials as specified in the Application Process. A maximum of three awards may be made, of which $1,000.00 is mailed following the end of conference. The balance of $1000.00 is paid when a project report with images is submitted and approved.

NCECA is thrilled to be able to provide support for students through the Regina Brown Undergraduate Student Fellowship and NCECA Graduate Student FellowshipDeadlines approaching fast, October 19, 2016 (midnight MDT).

 

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