GFWC of Massachusetts Music Scholarships

The General Federation of Women's Clubs of Massachusetts awards two annual music scholarships for Massachusetts residents.



The Nickels for Notes $500 Scholarship is awarded to high school seniors who will major in piano, instrument, music education, music therapy or voice. The award is for tuition only and will be sent directly to the recipient’s college. Applicants must be seniors at a Massachusetts high school, or home schooled and have achieved the standards for graduation set by the town of residence.

A $500 scholarship is also given in the name of the Dorchester Woman's Club for undergraduates majoring in voice. The award is for tuition only and will be sent directly to the recipient’s college. Applicant must be Massachusetts residents and undergraduates currently enrolled in a four-year accredited college, university or school of music, majoring in voice.

For applications and more information, visit GFWC of Massachusetts website.


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