July 18, 2008, Newsletter Issue #125: youngARTS Provides Access to $3 Million in Art and Music College Scholarships

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The National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA) is dedicated to supporting and advancing talented young artists. The organization sponsors and administers the youngARTS program, which provides talented students with access to more than $3 million dollars of scholarship opportunities.

The youngARTS program recognizes students who excel in a wide variety of disciplines encompassing every facet of performing, visual, and literary arts. In an effort to identify the most talented young artists, every high school in the country is contacted. Each year, between 6,000 and 8,000 high school students apply for the program, and approximately 10% of applicants are selected to receive various types of awards, including art and music college scholarships.

Additionally, many of the country’s most prestigious colleges and universities seeking to recruit highly talented young artists offer fine art scholarships designated specifically for youngARTS applicants.

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