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Pogorzelski and Yankee Memorial Scholarship


February 15, 2021

Awards Available: 6

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Ronald G. Pogorzelski and Lester D. Yankee Memorial Scholarships are intended to support the education of talented young organists who will make significant contributions to the fields of organ playing and organ studies. Applicants are expected to have existing talent and achievements in the field of organ playing and an expressed commitment post-graduation to teaching, performing, or other serious endeavor with respect to the organ. The Pogorzelski-Yankee Memorial Scholarships are presently awarded for a period of up to four years for undergraduate awardees, and up to two years for graduate school awardees. For more information, or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Harold Calhoun
  • 475 Riverside Drive
  • Suite 1260
  • New York, NY 10115
  • info@agohq.org
  • tel: 212-870-2311 x4318
  • fax: 212-870-2163

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An N  on 2/29/2016 10:23:50 PM

I need this sholarship to pay my college fee. I do not want my mother pay for me because I am 21 but still use my mother's money

Hamtone O  on 1/19/2016 4:24:54 PM

Scholarship is very crucial,it helps those with no ability to pursue their courses,continue successfully.I'm looking forward for a good results thank you and may God bless u to infinity.

Mang L  on 8/16/2015 5:45:04 PM

I surely applied for this scholarship. This is my senior year in High School which means I`m about to start my life.I really want to go to college. Since my parents can`t support money for college, I think I can`t continue my life because I believe college is my life. Also I`m really weak physical ability. Therefore, I think I can`t support money for college myself. I need you to help me to continue my life by giving scholarships for my college. Thank You so much for considering my application.

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