2022 Music for All Summer Symposium Scholarships

Music for All’s efforts to create, provide, and expand positively life-changing experiences include awarding a number of scholarships each year.

L.J. Hancock Summer Symposium Scholarships

The L.J. Hancock Summer Symposium Scholarship Fund was created in honor of L.J. Hancock (1952-2002) to celebrate his life and work as a great educator and a beloved friend. The scholarship fund benefits individual students who are interested in attending the Summer Symposium but do not have financial means or due to hardship cannot afford to pay the tuition and fees needed to apply and attend this annual summer music camp.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 1, 2022

Application will be available soon!

Tang Family Scholarship Fund

The Tang Family Scholarship Fund was created by Anthony and Megan Tang and is open to any student that will be attending the Music for All Summer Symposium. The scholarship selection committee will provide three full residential scholarships to high school and/or middle school students based upon an essay and director recommendation.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 1, 2022

Application will be available soon!

Marion County Scholarships

Music for All is providing full and partial Marion County Scholarships. The scholarship program benefits individual students in Marion County who are interested in attending the Summer Symposium, but do not have financial means or due to hardship cannot afford to pay the tuition and fees needed to apply and attend this annual summer music camp.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 1, 2022

Application will be available soon!

Scholarships for Directors

Mark Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund – DIRECTOR SCHOLARSHIP

The Mark Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund for Educators was created in honor of Mark Williams (1955-2008) to celebrate his life and work as a great educator, composer and a beloved friend. The scholarship fund benefits music educators who are interested in attending the Music for All Summer Symposium but, due to financial hardship, cannot afford to pay the tuition and fees needed to attend this annual summer music camp.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need. It is the intent of the Music for All Foundation to provide a full-tuition scholarship, plus a travel stipend up to $500, to FOUR directors interested in attending the Directors’ Academy. Only directors at Title I schools (schools with an enrolled population of 40% or more students on free and reduced lunch) will be considered. Our hope is the scholarship program will help to ensure that the Summer Symposium is financially accessible for all participants.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 1, 2022

Application will be available soon!

Mark Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund – COLLEGIATE SCHOLARSHIP

The Mark Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund for Educators was created in honor of Mark Williams (1955-2008) to celebrate his life and work as a great educator, composer, and a beloved friend. The scholarship fund benefits music educators who are interested in attending the Music for All Summer Symposium but, due to financial hardship, cannot afford to pay the tuition and fees needed to attend this annual summer music camp.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need. It is the intent of the Music for All Foundation to provide a full-tuition scholarship, plus a travel stipend of up to $500, to ONE collegiate interested in attending the Directors’Academy. Our hope is the scholarship program will help to ensure that the Summer Symposium is financially accessible for all participants.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 1, 2022

Application will be available soon!

You Can Make a Difference

Help send students to the Summer Symposium by donating to the L.J. Hancock Summer Symposium Scholarship Fund or the Indianapolis Public Schools Summer Symposium Scholarship Fund. You can donate online or call the Music for All Development Department at 800-848-2263 for more information.

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