Sue Morrow Scholarship Fund

Want to continue your training? Consider applying for a scholarship! There are many great opportunities for assistance to continue your Orff-Schulwerk education.
 

*Note:  The deadline for all three scholarships is March 1st, with notification to applicants by the annual business meeting Start planning now! Active participation in the Chapter is a must for scholarship applicants.

Minimum Requirements
  • Current Chapter Membership

  • Attend a minimum of two workshops in the current year

  • Submit Application by March 1st

  • Two Character References by March 1st

Level Certification

This $300 scholarship is for the AOSA approved course at UNLV.  Applicants may be awarded scholarships in consecutive years, however preference will be given to those who are being considered for the first time. Applications are due by March1st.

Advanced Studies in
Orff-Schulwerk
Minimum Requirements
  • Current Chapter Membership

  • NDVC Member for a minimum of 5 years

  • Completed Level III Certification

  • Attend a minimum of two workshops in the current year

  • Submit Application by March 1st

  • Two Character References by March 1st

This scholarship ($500 for domestic study or $1000 for international) is for NDVC members looking to further their education beyond Level Certification.  This scholarship may be used for an AOSA approved Master Level class or to study at the Orff Institute in Salzburg. Applicants may only be awarded this scholarship once. Applications are due by March 1st.

Minimum Requirements
  • Current Chapter Membership

  • Attend a minimum of two workshops in the current year

  • Submit Application by March 1st

  • Two Character References by March 1st

First time attendance at the
AOSA 
National Professional Development Conference

This $500 scholarship (created in memory of Ray Williams) is for any current member of NDVC who has never attended an AOSA National Conference and may only be awarded once.

Guidelines for Awarding Scholarships

A committee appointed by the president will meet after March 1st and individually score each application. Totals will be used to determine who is selected in the event all applications can not be considered. A maximum of 75% of the existing scholarship fund may be awarded with a minimum of 25% of the fund to be rolled over to the following year. At the discretion of the committee, multiple scholarships may be awarded in each category with consideration given to those that are applying for the first time. The committee will make recommendations to the board at the board meeting prior to the business meeting and all applicants will be notified (of acceptance or rejection) prior to the annual business meeting.

AOSA Scholarships and Grants

Need additional instruments or materials for your classroom? Members of AOSA for one full year prior to application may be eligible for Professional Development scholarships or grants to purchase instruments/equipment. Click below to view the Grant/Scholarship information and to complete an application. 

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