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Grants & Scholarships >> Barbara Potter Scholarship
Barbara Potter Scholarship
The Barbara Potter Scholarship was established by the American Orff-Schulwerk Association in 2007 to honor Barbara Potter for her passion for study at the Orff Institute in Salzburg, Austria. This scholarship, given on even numbered years, offers financial assistance to members of AOSA who wish to study at the Orff Institute in Salzburg, Austria. It is reserved for uses and benefits associated with Orff Schulwerk.
• The funds may be used for teacher education at the Orff Institute in Salzburg, Austria.
• This is a one time scholarship per recipient.
• The applicant must demonstrate personal need of financial aid for this grant.
• The applicant must be a current member of AOSA and must have been an AOSA member in good standing for one year prior to making application for the grant.
• The applicant must be a citizen of the United States of America OR must have resided in the United States of America for the past five years.
• Candidates must also have completed Level III Orff Schulwerk Training.
• Upon receipt of this scholarship, the recipient agrees to write an article for AOSA publications, provide documentation of how the award was used and agree to serve AOSA in a capacity commensurate with their expertise.
• Due to the unique nature of this scholarship, the committee encourages applicants to reapply if their request has been denied.
Donations to the BPS and inquiries/requests for application forms should be directed to AOSA Executive Headquarters, www.aosa.org or firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for submitting applications is January 25 of even numbered years.
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