October 23, 2017

Josie A. Bass Career Development Program for African-Americans Awarded by Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

The Josie A. Bass Career Development Program for African-Americans is a Internship sponsored by Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.

Information About the Scholarship:

Amount of Internship: Maximum award: $210 per week stipend in summer and $126 per week in fall and spring
Application Deadline: July 1 (fall); November 1 (spring); March 1 (summer)
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be African-American, have reliable transportation, and submit a cover letter with a brief personal statement and an outline of career goals. Candidate must also submit a resume listing relevant courses, previous experience, and special skills. No transcripts please. Candidate must also submit two academic and/or professional recommendations and two contrasting writing samples, no more than 3 pages each. No creative writing please. Undergraduate students who have completed a minimum of one year of study, graduate students, recent graduates, and career-changers currently enrolled in a degree program. Strong writing and organizational skills and proficient computer skills.

Awarded by:

Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts
1645 Trap Road
Vienna, VA 22182
USA
Email: internships@wolftrap.org
Phone: 703 255 1933 / 800 404 8461
Fax: 703 255 1924
Sponsor’s Website: http://www.wolftrap.org

Contact Details:

Stacia Wood
Assistant Director, Education Outreach
1645 Trap Road
Vienna, VA 22182
US
Email: internships@wolftrap.org
Phone: 703 255 1933 / 800 404 8461
Fax: 703 255 1924

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Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts

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