ArtsCore Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen and incoming undergraduate transfer students admitted to UW Oshkosh. Applicants must be planning to major in education and have an interest in arts-integrated instruction. Incoming freshmen must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative high school grade-point average and incoming transfer students must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative transfer grade-point average. Applicant must demonstrate commitment to, and potential for, a successful career as a professional educator and an intent to participate in ArtsCore initiatives to develop and share effective arts-integrated teaching strategies. Preference will be given to applicants from PK-12 partner school districts.

Recipient must be enrolled full-time to receive the award. The recipient is eligible to receive the scholarship for up to four years, provided the recipient remains in good academic standing and continues to maintain the criteria of the award.

UW Oshkosh ArtsCore offers curricular opportunities, professional development, internships, residencies, grants, and a support network for pre-service teacher candidates and new teachers learning to practice an arts-integrated approach to teaching. For more information on UW Oshkosh ArtsCore initiatives, visit www.uwosh.edu/artscore. To learn more about arts-integrated Instruction as an approach to teaching and learning, visit www.kennedy-center.org or www.artsedge.kennedy-center.org.

Award
$1,500
Scopes
ArtsCore
Deadline
02/01/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please enter your expected high school graduation date. (Transfer students can skip this question.)
  2. Please submit a statement describing 1) your educational, personal and career goals; 2) your experience in the arts; and 3) why you are a strong candidate for this award, including your commitment to participating in ArtsCore initiatives.
  3. Please upload your resume including school, academic, volunteer and work activities.
  4. Please upload an unofficial copy of your high school transcript (incoming freshman applicants) or your undergraduate transcript (incoming transfer applicants). Your transcript should include courses you are enrolled in for the current academic year.
  5. Please provide the name and email of two individuals (non-relatives) who have agreed to serve as references to support your application. Your references must comment on your potential for success. 1 of 2.
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