Tim Redovian Memorial Fund 2014 Summer Arts Scholarship Application

Since 1997, the Tim Redovian Memorial Fund has provided more than $230,000.00 in summer scholarships to high school students of the arts! We are quite proud of our accomplishments—all made in memory of Tim Redovian, a gifted young performer who died of a rare respiratory disorder. As you may know, there are not many scholarship programs in Metro Atlanta that allow high school students to choose their summer arts program, and then apply for scholarship money. With the 2013-2014 school year more than half over, TRMF is once again looking for high school students of the performing arts who want to continue their artistic development during the summer months in the areas of drama, voice, dance, or instrument.

Students are asked to submit a complete scholarship packet (including signed application, transcript of grades, written essay, one reference from a performing arts teacher, and a $20.00 non-refundable application fee) to TRMF no later than Friday, March 28, 2014. All auditions will take place at The Alliance Theatre on Saturday, April 19, 2014. This year, we will be accepting up to 40 applicants who meet all scholarship requirements.

We hope you will spread the word to all your performing arts students! For complete scholarship details and application packet materials, please visit http://www.timredovian.org/2014-Application-and-Documents. There, students can download the application, application criteria form, and a letter explaining the TRMF scholarship program.

This year, to cut down on our mailing costs and put more funds going directly to scholarships, we are asking everyone to visit the website and print out copies of our flyer which you can post in areas of your school where interested students will see it. Thank you for your help in bringing this opportunity to the direct attention of your students so they won’t miss this amazing opportunity to apply for a summer scholarship through TRMF. We hope you will support your students in the application process, and request that you share this information with your colleagues who may also teach interested students.