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YTMS 2017 Scholarship Program (ID 3062)


Scholarship Description

Start Date:
5/1/2017
Deadline:
8/30/2017
Website:
http://youtubemusicsucks.com/scholarship-program/
Amount:
$600
Description:
YTMS is a music, culture, and gear website focusing on the grooviest sounds as well as the grooviest ways to make them. If you take a stroll through our website, you’ll see that we cover all kinds of music related topics from instruments, to artists, to general info and history. You might also notice that we have a special love for everything local, underground, and independent. Indeed, there is so much that can be invisible to the naked eye and it’s our job to explore it all.

We are excited to be announcing the YTMS Scholarship Program.

We know the value of education as well as how expensive it can be, so we set up our scholarship program to help students from around the world aid their college and university costs, at the same time giving them a platform to share some of their ideas and research on the topics of music, arts/culture, and music technology.

We are offering an annual scholarship contest to students of all programs which provides them with a $600 prize.

The Scholarship

We try our best to be a comprehensive resource for our readership and in order to have the best and brightest ideas, we have decided to reach out to students by way of a special scholarship program.

The chosen article will be published on our website, so everyone can read it. They will be credited on the site for their authorship.

Please note: There are NO application fees

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Eligibility

Gender:
NA
Min Age:
18
Enrollment:
Full(12+ Credits)
Eligibility:
In order to apply to our scholarship program, you must be enrolled in either college or university full time, and be 18 years or older.
Special Criteria:
You will have to research and write a 600 to 1500 word article or essay about one of the following potential topics:

Option 1: Thoroughly Review a Piece of Musical Equipment (That ISN’T Already Featured)

Option 2: Discuss a Known DJ, Musical Artist, or Band

Option 3: Interview and Discuss a Prominent Local/Indie Musician or Band from Where You’re From

Option 4: Write An Article About Something Musical in Your Local Area (Either a scene, a show, a venue, a festival, a movement, etc)

You can always take inspiration from any of the articles already published on our site.

You can either write in general or focus on something more specific from the chosen topic. In any case, make sure your research is accurate and that your writing is thorough and thoughtful.