Princess Grace Awards Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Princess Grace Awards is a national program dedicated to identifying and assisting emerging theater, dance, and film artists who are at the outset of their careers or at early stages of professional development. Princess Grace Awards recognize the talent of individual artists in theater, dance, and film. All nominees (except playwrights) must be nominated by a school department chair/dean or company artistic director; self-nominations are not accepted. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • 150 East 58th Street
  • 25th Floor
  • New York, NY 10155

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makenna c  on 11/7/2019 2:45:43 PM

yes because i think this is a good college to go to and i personally think i would do great in this college and i need to upgrade my goals and accomplishments and i personally wanna get into this college.

Maleah M  on 10/24/2019 12:59:28 PM

Hello and good Day The chair/dean or company artistic director of a public High School in Jersey can nominate me for Princess Grace Awards Program.

Andrew K  on 9/23/2019 5:56:08 PM

I need this scholarship because I want to accomplish one of the most important goals in my life. I want to get a business degree and become a successful business owner so I can help others. I’m trying to get this scholarship, I’ve worked hard for my education. I know I deserve this scholarship and I’m going to show it.

Maya K  on 5/22/2019 6:08:12 PM

Is this scholarship open to any grade level?

Nyissa P  on 1/17/2019 3:27:23 AM

I don't understand why people started commenting in the way that they did, asking for the scholarship, when it clearly tells everyone that one can only submit work if nominated by a school's chair/dean, a director and so on. One cannot simply ask for it on their own. Does no one read anymore?

Alex P  on 12/4/2018 11:40:11 AM

Good Morrow. My name is Alex Payne. I am the father of 5 and about to turn 40. I have 2 Associate Degrees, but not getting anywhere with the career field. I am looking at going to Full Sail University and getting a Bachelor's Degree in Digital Cinematography, but it would appear that I will be owing a lot of the tuition myself. I am in their system, but not enrolled yet. What do I need to have done to apply for this scholarship. Thank you for your time.

Emonie-Monet T  on 11/26/2018 9:07:35 PM

Hello There, my name is Emonie-Monet Terrell I am certainly a freshman hoping that this scholarship would help me pay for college. I am trying early for a couple of scholarships because I am a dedicated student with a 3.9 GPA. I am the first daughter (and the last) of my father's children to go to college. I want to apply for this scholarship because I do not want to make my parents pay for college especially when I am considering going out of state.

Frederick J  on 10/23/2018 2:56:32 PM

Hi a am applying for this scholarship so I can play football so I can make my mom and my girlfriend happy

Kofi A  on 7/30/2018 2:54:31 PM

My name is Kofi Addo and I applied for this scholarship because the opportunity is right in my eyes and I can use some extra money to pay for schooling. Nowadays school is pricey and any type of scholarship would be helpful. It is wise to always take advantage of many opportunities in our life.

Alysha J  on 5/29/2018 11:15:25 PM

I am a music student in my first year of college and being a music student has proved to be quite expensive so I am seeking extra financial assistance.

Sharon P  on 5/28/2018 8:02:47 PM

I know I am 66 years old, but to prove to my Grandchildren that no matter what age you are NEVER TO OLD TO LEARN

Christina D  on 4/27/2018 8:47:09 AM

Hello, My name is Christina Dhalai. I am 17 years of age. My parents always tell the story of me to let others understand that I was born for dance. They said that was two years old, and extremely shy. They has taken me to a wedding, when the DJ started playing music I got up on the stage and began dancing. My mother said she knew I was going to be a dancer. I have been dancing since I was three years old. Unfortunately in 2017, I lost my home and all my belongings due to Hurricane Harvey. My dance gear, bars and hundreds of dollars worth in leotards. I would like to minor in dance in college and I am begging for any assistance that you can help me with. Your's sincerely, Christina Dhalai

Marilyn L  on 12/19/2017 11:13:54 AM

I have worked hard my entire adult life, I had to start work at the early age of 15 and have been working ever since. I am requesting for help to receive funding to enable me to continue my education and obtain a career in a profession where I can work and provide assistance to my community. In 2015 I experienced a horrific house fire, lost everything we owned and am slowly rebuilding my life. I would like to become a disaster claims adjuster to help others who have been through disasters such as myself. I am asking for help with my expense for my education. Thank you. M. Livingston

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