Students will have the opportunity to apply for scholarship funding once they have been accepted into one of our programs. The number of scholarships given and the amount received will be determined by the amount of scholarship funding that has been donated to The Performing Arts Project. Our goal is to help as many students as possible. We cannot, however, guarantee financial aid for all applicants.
Scholarships are need-based and applicants should have a family income of less than $75,000 in order to be considered. Those with higher family incomes may also apply if special circumstances are present. Once students are accepted into our programming, they may request financial aid applications by emailing us at email@example.com. The student will then be required to turn in the application, along with tax documentation. Students who would like to apply as independent applicants must prove that they are no longer receiving funds from parents. Application deadlines will be noted on the scholarship materials.
Students may apply for two types of Internships, Administrative or Artistic. These internships come with various amounts of scholarship funding depending on the position. Interns will be selected based on application review. Applicants for Artistic Internships must have already attended a Performing Arts Project Program in the past.