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3668 ■ ALABAMA COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION

Attn: Grants and Scholarships Department
100 North Union Street
P.O. Box 302000
Montgomery, AL 36130-2000
Tel: (334)242-2274
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.ache.state.al.us/StudentAsst/Programs.htm
To provide financial assistance to performing artists interested in attending a junior or community college in Alabama.
Title of Award: Alabama Junior and Community College Performing Arts Scholarships Area, Field, or Subject: Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Two Year College Number Awarded: Varies each year. Funds Available: Awards cover up to the cost of in-state tuition.
Eligibility Requirements: Eligible are full-time students enrolled in public junior and community colleges in Alabama. Selection is based on artistic talent as determined through competitive auditions. Additional Information: Further information is available from financial aid officers at the appropriate Alabama junior or community college.

3669 ■ ALABAMA SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM

c/o University of Alabama in Huntsville
Materials Science Building, Room 205
Huntsville, AL 35899
Tel: (256)824-6800
Fax: (256)824-6061
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.uah.edu/ASGC
To provide financial assistance to undergraduates who are studying the space sciences at universities participating in the Alabama Space Grant Consortium (ASGC).
Title of Award: Undergraduate Scholarship Program of the Alabama Space Grant Consortium Area, Field, or Subject: Aerospace sciences; Behavioral sciences; Biological and clinical sciences; Business administration; Communications; Computer and information sciences; Economics; Education; Engineering, Aerospace/Aeronautical/Astronautical; International affairs and relations; Law; Natural sciences; Physical sciences; Public administration; Sociology; Space and planetary sciences Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Four Year College Number Awarded: Varies each year; recently, 32 of these scholarships were awarded. Funds Available: The stipend is $1,000 per year. Duration: 1 year; may be renewed 1 additional year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to full-time students entering their junior or senior year at universities participating in the ASGC. Applicants must be studying in a field related to space, including the physical, natural, and biological sciences; engineering, education; economics; business; sociology; behavioral sciences; computer science; communications; law; international affairs; and public administration. They must be U.S. citizens and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Individuals from underrepresented groups (African Americans, Hispanic, American Indians, Pacific Islanders, Asian Americans, and women) are especially encouraged to apply. Interested students should submit a completed application with a career goal statement, personal references, a brief resume, and transcripts. Selection is based on 1) academic qualifications, 2) quality of the career goal statement, and 3) assessment of the applicant's motivation for a career in aerospace. Deadline for Receipt: February of each year. Additional Information: The member universities are University of Alabama in Huntsville, Alabama A&M University, University of Alabama, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of South Alabama, Tuskegee University, and Auburn University. Funding for this program is provided by NASA.

3670 ■ AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TELEVISION AND RADIO ARTISTS

Attn: AFTRA/Heller Memorial Foundation, Inc.
260 Madison Avenue, Seventh Floor
New York, NY 10016
Tel: (212)532-0800
Fax: (212)532-2242
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.aftra.org/benefits/scholarship.htm
To provide financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students who are members or the dependent children of members of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).
Title of Award: AFTRA/Heller Memorial Foundation Scholarships Area, Field, or Subject: Communications; General studies/Field of study not specified; Industrial and labor relations; Journalism; Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Number Awarded: 12 to 15 each year. Funds Available: Stipends up to $2,500 per year are available. Duration: 1 year; nonrenewable.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to AFTRA members and the dependent children of AFTRA members (or deceased members) in good standing for at least 5 years. Applicants may be interested in working on a bachelor's or advanced degree in any field, including broadcast journalism and labor relations, or professional training in the performing arts. Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need. Deadline for Receipt: April of each year.

3671 ■ AMERICAN HELLENIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION

Attn: AHEPA Educational Foundation
1909 Q Street, N.W., Suite 500
Washington, DC 20009
Tel: (202)232-6300
Fax: (202)232-2140
Web Site: http://www.ahepa.org/ahepa
To provide financial assistance for college to students with a connection to the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA), particularly those interested in majoring in political science or history.
Title of Award: George Leber Scholarship Area, Field, or Subject: General studies/Field of study not specified; History; International affairs and relations; Political science Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year; recently, 2 of these scholarships were awarded. Funds Available: The annual stipend ranges from $500 to $2,000. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to 1) members in good standing of the Order of Ahepa, Daughters of Penelope, Sons of Pericles, or Maids of Athena, and 2) the children of Order of Ahepa or Daughters of Penelope members in good standing. Applicants must be currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a college or university in the following fall. They may major in any area, but preference is given to upper-division students majoring in political science, history, or international relations. Selection is based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities, athletic achievements, work experience, and community service. Financial need is not considered. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year. Additional Information: A processing fee of $20 must accompany each application.

3672 ■ AMERICAN INDIAN ARTS COUNCIL, INC.

Attn: Scholarship Committee
725 Preston Forest Shopping Center, Suite B
Dallas, TX 75230
Tel: (214)891-9640
Fax: (214)891-0221
E-mail: [email protected]
To provide financial assistance to American Indian undergraduates or graduate students planning a career in the arts or arts administration.
Title of Award: American Indian Arts Council Scholarship Program Area, Field, or Subject: Art; Creative writing; Management; Performing arts; Visual arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year. Funds Available: Stipends range from $250 to $1,000 per semester. Duration: 1 semester; may be renewed if the recipient maintains a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to American Indian undergraduate and graduate students who are preparing for a career in fine arts, visual and performing arts, communication arts, creative writing, or arts administration or management. Applicants must be currently enrolled in and attending a fully-accredited college or university. They must provide official tribal documentation verifying American Indian heritage and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Applicants majoring in the visual or performing arts (including writing) must submit slides, photographs, videotapes, audio tapes, or other examples of their work. Letters of recommendation are required. Awards are based on either merit or merit and financial need. If the applicants wish to be considered for a need-based award, a letter from their financial aid office is required to verify financial need. Deadline for Receipt: September of each year for the fall semester; March of each year for the spring semester. Additional Information: This program was established in 1993.

3673 ■ AMERICAN RADIO RELAY LEAGUE

Attn: ARRL Foundation
225 Main Street
Newington, CT 06111
Tel: (860)594-0397
Fax: (860)594-0259
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.arrl.org/arrlf/scholgen.html
To provide financial assistance to licensed radio amateurs who are members of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) and interested in working on an undergraduate or graduate degree in international studies.
Title of Award: Donald Riebhoff Memorial Scholarship Area, Field, or Subject: International affairs and relations Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Number Awarded: 1 each year. Funds Available: The stipend is $1,000. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to undergraduate or graduate students who are licensed radio amateurs of technician class. Applicants must be ARRL members majoring in international studies at an accredited postsecondary institution. They must submit an essay on the role amateur radio has played in their lives and provide documentation of financial need. Deadline for Receipt: January of each year.

3674 ■ ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEAF

Attn: Financial Aid Coordinator
3417 Volta Place, N.W.
Washington, DC 20007-2778
Tel: (202)337-5220
Fax: (202)337-8314
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.agbell.org/DesktopDefault.aspx?p=College_Scholarship_Awards
To provide financial aid to hearing impaired students who are participating in extracurricular activities in arts and sciences.
Title of Award: Arts and Sciences Awards Area, Field, or Subject: Art; Performing arts; Science Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year. Funds Available: The amount of the award varies, depending upon the cost of the program in which the recipient is enrolled. Duration: 1 year; may be renewed upon reapplication.
Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must be diagnosed as having a moderate to profound hearing loss (55 dB or greater loss in the better ear in the speech frequencies of 500, 1000, and 2000 Hz) and must use speech, residual hearing, and/or speechreading as their primary form of communication. They must be between 6 and 19 years of age and enrolled in an art or science program as an extracurricular activity during after-school time, summer, or weekends. Recreational summer camps, sports camps or sports, and travel and study abroad programs that do not have an explicit arts or science focus are not eligible. Deadline for Receipt: Applications must be requested between December and February of each year and submitted by May of each year.

3675 ■ BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS

Attn: Rieser Fellowship
6042 South Kimbark Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637-2806
Tel: (773)702-2555
Fax: (773)702-0725
Web Site: http://www.thebulletin.org/about_us/rieser_fellowships.htm
To provide funding to undergraduate students interested in developing a project, at home or abroad, that will enable them to investigate the role of scientists in formulating public policy and in addressing global security policy challenges.
Title of Award: Leonard M. Rieser Fellowship in Science, Technology, and Global Security Area, Field, or Subject: International affairs and relations; Public administration; Science; Technology Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 3to5 each year. Funds Available: Stipends range from $2,500 to $5,000. Duration: 1 year; nonrenewable.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to students at U.S. colleges and universities who are interested in exploring the connections between science, technology, global security, and public policy. Applicants must be seeking funding to 1) provide a stipend for an otherwise unpaid full-time internship; 2) underwrite the cost of travel or transportation to support academic research; 3) participate in or travel to professional conferences where they present academic research; or 4) underwrite the production costs of a special project, ranging from laboratory work to the making of a documentary film. The proposed activity may take place in the United States or abroad. Along with their application, they must submit a narrative (from 800 to 1,000 words) describing the intended use of the fellowship; a 1-page personal essay explaining how they would benefit from the fellowship and the experience being proposed; a detail project budget; and 2 letters of recommendation. Selection is based on demonstrated interest in the fields of science, technology, and public policy, international affairs, or global security policy. Science students are especially encouraged to apply. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year. Additional Information: This program was established in 1999.

3676 ■ CALIFORNIA ALLIANCE FOR ARTS EDUCATION

495 East Colorado Boulevard
Pasadena, CA 91101
Tel: (626)578-9315
Fax: (626)578-9894
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.artsed411.org/projects/eya.stm
To provide financial assistance to outstanding high school seniors in California who are interested in training to become professional performing artists.
Title of Award: Emerging Young Artist Awards Area, Field, or Subject: Art; Dance; Illustrators and illustrations; Music; Painting; Performing arts; Playwriting; Sculpture; Visual arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Four Year College Number Awarded: 12 each year: 4 winners (1 in each category) and 8 runners-up (2 in each category). Funds Available: The stipend is $5,000 per year for the winners (for a total of $20,000) and 1-time awards of $1,000 for the runners-up. Duration: The winners receive a 4-year scholarship.
Eligibility Requirements: High school seniors in California are eligible to apply in 1 or more of the following categories: dance, music, theater, or visual arts (including painting, drawing, illustration, and sculpture). Applicants must be planning to enter a 4-year institution or accredited professional training program in 1 of those areas. They must be able to demonstrate financial need. Students who apply in the areas of dance, music, and theater must submit a performance work sample. If they advance to the semifinals and finals, they are requested to demonstrate ability with a live performance. Deadline for Receipt: January of each year. Additional Information: There is a $10 application fee. Awards are not given in non-performance areas (e.g., music composition, technical theater, or choreography).

3677 ■ CALIFORNIA STATE FAIR

Attn: Friends of the Fair Scholarship Program
1600 Exposition Boulevard
P.O. Box 15649
Sacramento, CA 95852
Tel: (916)274-5969
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.bigfun.org
To provide financial assistance to residents of California who are studying the arts in college.
Title of Award: California State Fair Arts Scholarships Area, Field, or Subject: Cinema; Dance; Filmmaking; Music; Performing arts; Visual arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 2 each year: 1 at $1,500 and 1 at $500. Funds Available: Stipends are $1,500 or $500. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to residents of California currently working on an undergraduate degree at a college or university in the state. Applicants must be studying the arts, including visual arts, dance, music, film, etc. They must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Along with their application, they must submit a 2-page essay on why they are pursuing their desired career and life goals. Selection is based on personal commitment, goals established for their chosen field, leadership potential, and civic accomplishments. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year. Additional Information: The Friends of the Fair Scholarship Program was established in 1993.

3678 ■ CALIFORNIA STATE FAIR

Attn: Friends of the Fair Scholarship Program
1600 Exposition Boulevard
P.O. Box 15649
Sacramento, CA 95852
Tel: (916)274-5969
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.bigfun.org
To provide financial assistance to residents of California working on an undergraduate or graduate degree in international studies at a college or university in the state.
Title of Award: California State Fair International Studies Scholarships Area, Field, or Subject: International affairs and relations Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Number Awarded: 2 each year: 1 at $2,500 and 1 at $1,000. Funds Available: Stipends are $2,500 or $1,000. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to residents of California who are enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students at a college or university in the state. Applicants must be studying or majoring in international studies. They must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Along with their application, they must submit a 500-word essay on global trade and economic development as it relates to California. Selection is based on personal commitment, goals established for their chosen field, leadership potential, and civic accomplishments. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year. Additional Information: The Friends of the Fair Scholarship Program was established in 1993.

3679 ■ JORGE MAS CANOSA FREEDOM FOUNDATION

c/o Cuban American National Foundation
1312 S.W. 27th Avenue
P.O. Box 440069
Miami, FL 33144-9926
Tel: (305)592-7768
Fax: (305)592-7889
Web Site: http://www.canf.org
To provide financial assistance to students of Cuban descent who are working on an undergraduate or graduate degree in selected subject areas.
Title of Award: Mas Family Scholarship Program Area, Field, or Subject: Business administration; Communications; Economics; Engineering; International affairs and relations; Journalism Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Funds Available: The amount of the award depends on the cost of tuition at the recipient's selected institution, on the family's situation, and on the amount of funds received from other sources. The amount of the yearly award cannot exceed $10,000. Full scholarships are not awarded to students who will be receiving full tuition scholarships and/or stipendiary support from other sources. Duration: 1 year; recipients may reapply and are given preference over other candidates.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to students who are direct descendants of those who left Cuba or were born in Cuba themselves. Applicants must be or have been in the top 10% of their high school graduating class and have be able to meet federal standards of financial need. At least 1 parent or 2 grandparents must have been born in Cuba. Both undergraduate and graduate students may apply, provided they are majoring in 1 of the following subjects: engineering, business, international relations, economics, communications, or journalism. Selection is based on academic performance, leadership qualities, financial need, potential to contribute to the advancement of a free society, and likelihood of succeeding in their chosen field. Finalists may be interviewed. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year. Additional Information: This program was previously offered by the Cuban American National Foundation.

3680 ■ CHICKASAW FOUNDATION

P.O. Box 1726
Ada, OK 74821-1726
Tel: (580)421-9030
Fax: (580)421-9031
Web Site: http://www.cflink.org
To provide financial assistance to members of the Chickasaw Nation who are majoring in fields of interest to ComputerCraft Corporation.
Title of Award: ComputerCraft Corporation Scholarship Area, Field, or Subject: Biological and clinical sciences; Engineering, Computer; General studies/Field of study not specified; Graphic art and design; International affairs and relations Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 1 each year. Funds Available: The stipend is $1,500 per year. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to Chickasaw students who are currently enrolled full time as an undergraduate student. The sponsor recruits computer engineers, graphic designers, biologists, conference managers, and international trade specialists. Preference may be given to those majors, but all fields of study are eligible. Applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Along with their application, they must submit high school or college transcripts, 2 letters of recommendation, a copy of their Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood, a copy of their Chickasaw Nation citizenship card, and a 1-page essay on their long-term goals and plans for achieving them. Financial need is not considered in the selection process. Deadline for Receipt: May of each year.

3681 ■ CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS FOUNDATION, INC.

Attn: Director, Educational Programs
1720 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202)263-2836
Free: 800-784-2577
Fax: (202)775-0773
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.cbcfinc.org
To provide financial assistance to minority and other undergraduate and graduate students who reside in a Congressional district represented by an African American and are interested in studying the performing arts in college.
Title of Award: CBC Spouses Performing Arts Scholarship Area, Field, or Subject: Business; Music; Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Number Awarded: 10 each year. Funds Available: The stipend is $3,000. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to 1) minority and other graduating high school seniors planning to attend an accredited institution of higher education and 2) currently-enrolled full-time undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students in good academic standing with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Applicants must reside or attend school in a Congressional district represented by a member of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC). They must be interested in preparing for a career in the performing arts, music, or a related field in the entertainment industry. Along with their application, they must submit a videotape of their performance and a 500-word personal statement on 1) the field of study they intend to pursue and why they have chosen that field; 2) their interests, involvement in school activities, community and public service, hobbies, special talents, sports, and other highlight areas; and 3) any other experiences, skills, or qualifications they feel should be considered. They must also be able to document financial need. Deadline for Receipt: April of each year. Additional Information: This program, established in 2000, is sponsored by Heineken USA.

3682 ■ CONNECTICUT ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS

Attn: Executive Director
30 Realty Drive
Cheshire, CT 06410
Tel: (203)250-1111
Fax: (203)250-1345
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.casciac.org
To provide financial assistance to high school seniors in Connecticut who plan to study the arts in college.
Title of Award: Bruce Eagleson Memorial Scholarship Awards Area, Field, or Subject: Architecture; Dance; Design; Music; Performing arts; Visual arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 3 each year: 1 at $10,000 and 2 at $5,000. Funds Available: Stipends are $10,000 or $5,000. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to seniors graduating from high schools in Connecticut who plan to enroll in college to study the arts, including (but not limited to) visual arts, music, theater, dance, design, and architecture. Applicants must be able to demonstrate 1) considerable experience in the arts as evidenced by involvement in shows, exhibits, performances, video productions, or similar activities; 2) involvement in service to peers and/or community through artistic or other activities; and 3) financial need. Along with their application, they must submit a 250-word statement on what led them to their decision to prepare for a career in the arts. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year. Additional Information: This program is sponsored by Westfield Corporation in honor of its former East Coast Vice-President of Management who was killed while working for the company at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

3683 ■ COOK INLET REGION, INC.

Attn: CIRI Foundation
2600 Cordova Street, Suite 206
Anchorage, AK 99503
Tel: (907)263-5582
Free: 800-764-3382
Fax: (907)263-5588
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.thecirifoundation.org/scholarship.html
To provide financial assistance for undergraduate or graduate studies in the literary, performing, and visual arts to Alaska Natives who are original enrollees to Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) and their lineal descendants.
Title of Award: Susie Qimmiqsak Bevins Endowment Scholarship Fund Area, Field, or Subject: Literature; Performing arts; Visual arts; Writing Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year; recently, 1 of these scholarships (at $2,000 per semester) was awarded. Funds Available: The stipend is $2,000 per semester. Duration: 1 semester; recipients may reapply.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to Alaska Native enrollees to CIRI under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) of 1971 and their lineal descendants. There are no Alaska residency requirements or age limitations. Applicants must be accepted or enrolled full time in a 2-year, 4-year, or graduate degree program in the literary, visual, or performing arts. Selection is based on academic achievement, rigor of course work or degree program, quality of a statement of purpose, student financial contribution, financial need, grade level, previous work performance, education and community activities, letters of recommendation, seriousness of purpose, and practicality of educational and professional goals. Deadline for Receipt: May of each year. Additional Information: This program was established in 1990. Recipients must attend school on a full-time basis.

3684 ■ DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY

Attn: DAH-2
Bolling Air Force Base
Building 6000
Washington, DC 20340-5100
Tel: (202)231-4713
Fax: (202)231-4889
Web Site: http://www.dia.mil
To provide loans-for-service and work experience to women, minority, and disabled high school seniors interested in majoring in specified fields and working for the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
Title of Award: Defense Intelligence Agency Undergraduate Training Assistance Program Area, Field, or Subject: Computer and information sciences; Geography; International affairs and relations; Political science Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: Only a few are awarded each year. Funds Available: Students accepted into this program receive tuition (up to $18,000 per year) at an accredited college or university selected by the student and endorsed by the sponsor; reimbursement for books and needed supplies; an annual salary to cover college room and board expenses and for summer employment; and a position at the sponsoring agency after graduation. Recipients must work for DIA after college graduation for at least 1 and a half times the length of study. For participants who leave DIA earlier than scheduled, the agency arranges for payments to reimburse DIA for the total cost of education (including the employee's pay and allowances). Duration: 4 years.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities who are graduating high school seniors and interested in majoring in 1 of the following fields in college: geography, foreign area studies, international relations, or political science. Applicants must have a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher, have an SAT score of 1000 or higher or an ACT score of 21 or higher, be able to demonstrate financial need (household income ceiling of $65,000 for a family of 4 or $80,000 for a family of 5 or more), be U.S. citizens and from a family of U.S. citizens, and demonstrate leadership abilities through extracurricular activities, civic involvement, volunteer work, or part-time employment. Deadline for Receipt: November of each year. Additional Information: Recipients are provided a challenging summer internship and guaranteed a job at the agency in their field of study upon graduation. Recipients must attend school on a full-time basis.

3685 ■ DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC.

1707 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20009
Tel: (202)986-2400
Fax: (202)986-2513
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.deltasigmatheta.org
To provide financial assistance to members of Delta Sigma Theta who are interested in careers in the performing or creative arts.
Title of Award: Myra Davis Hemmings Scholarship Area, Field, or Subject: Art; Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 1 each year. Funds Available: The amount awarded varies, depending upon the recipient's financial need. Funds must be used for tuition or school expenses only. Duration: 1 year; may be renewed.
Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must be active, dues-paying members of Delta Sigma Theta and majoring in the performing or the creative arts. They must submit transcripts of all college records. Selection is based on meritorious achievement. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year.

3686 ■ DREW UNIVERSITY

Attn: Office of International and Off-Campus Programs
Brothers College Room 115
36 Madison Avenue
Madison, NJ 07940-4036
Tel: (973)408-3438
Fax: (973)408-3768
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://depts.drew.edu/offcamp/non-DrewScholarships.htm
To provide financial assistance to students from any college who wish to participate in the off-campus programs in the United States or abroad sponsored by Drew University.
Title of Award: Drew University Off Campus Programs Scholarships Area, Field, or Subject: Art; British studies; English language and literature; European studies; General studies/Field of study not specified; Performing arts; Political science Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year. Funds Available: Grants up to $3,000 per semester are available to be applied to the cost of the programs. Duration: 1 semester.
Eligibility Requirements: Students from any American college or university who have been accepted to participate in 1 of the off-campus programs sponsored by Drew University may apply for financial aid if the university's financial aid office determines that they meet the standards of financial need. Applicants for semester programs must be entering their junior or senior year and have a GPA of 2.7 or higher. Deadline for Receipt: April of each year for the fall semester; November of each year for the spring semester. Additional Information: The programs available recently included a Washington semester on American politics, a semester on the United Nations in New York, a New York semester on contemporary art and culture, a semester on the new Europe, a program in Eritrea on developing countries, and a London semester on British politics, history, drama, or literature.

3687 ■ FOUNDATION FOR THE CAROLINAS

Attn: Senior Vice President, Scholarships
217 South Tryon Street
P.O. Box 34769
Charlotte, NC 28234-4769
Tel: (704)973-4535
Free: 800-973-7244
Fax: (704)973-4935
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.fftc.org/scholarships
To provide financial assistance to college students from North Carolina who are interested in the arts.
Title of Award: Spirit Square Center for Arts and Education Scholarship Area, Field, or Subject: Art; Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 1 or more each year. Funds Available: Stipends range up to $4,000 per year; Funds are paid directly to the recipient's school to be used for tuition, required fees, books, and supplies. Duration: 1 year; may be renewed.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to college juniors and seniors who can demonstrate an interest and career potential in the arts. Along with their application, they must submit a 1- to 2-page statement expressing their reasons for applying for the scholarship, their interest in the arts, and their educational and career goals in the arts. Selection is based on academic achievement (preferably a GPA of 3.0 or higher) school and community involvement, personal achievements, and commitment to and demonstrated potential for a career in the arts. Preference is given to residents of Mecklenburg and surrounding counties in North Carolina attending colleges and universities in that state. Deadline for Receipt: February of each year.

3688 ■ HAWAI'I COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Attn: Scholarship Department
1164 Bishop Street, Suite 800
Honolulu, HI 96813
Tel: (808)566-5570; 888-731-3863
Fax: (808)521-6286
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/scholar/scholar.php
To provide financial assistance to residents of Hawaii for undergraduate or graduate studies in fields related to achieving world cooperation and international understanding.
Title of Award: Marion Maccarrell Scott Scholarship Area, Field, or Subject: Anthropology; Economics; Geography; History; International affairs and relations; Law; Peace studies; Philosophy; Political science; Psychology; Sociology Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year; recently, 258 of these scholarships were awarded. Funds Available: The amounts of the awards depend on the availability of funds and the need of the recipient; recently, stipends averaged $1,749. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to graduates of public high schools in Hawaii. They must plan to attend school as full-time students (on the undergraduate or graduate level) on the mainland, majoring in history, government, political science, anthropology, economics, geography, international relations, law, psychology, philosophy, or sociology. They must be residents of the state of Hawaii, able to demonstrate financial need, interested in attending an accredited 2- or 4-year college or university, and able to demonstrate academic achievement (GPA of 2.8 or higher). Along with their application, they must submit an essay on their commitment to world peace that includes their learning experiences (courses, clubs, community activities, or travel) related to achieving world peace and international understanding and explaining how their experiences have enhanced their ability to achieve those goals. Deadline for Receipt: February of each year.

3689 ■ HISPANIC SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Attn: Selection Committee
55 Second Street, Suite 1500
San Francisco, CA 94105
Tel: (415)808-2350; 877-HSF-INFO
Fax: (415)808-2302
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.hsf.net/scholarship/programs/mcnamara.php
To provide funding to Hispanic undergraduate and graduate students interested in beginning and completing an art project.
Title of Award: McNamara Family Creative Arts Project Grants Area, Field, or Subject: Communications; Creative writing; Filmmaking; Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Graduate, Undergraduate Number Awarded: 1 or more each year. Funds Available: Grants range from $5,000 to $20,000. Duration: These are 1-time grants.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and visitors with a passport stamped I-551. Applicants must be of Hispanic heritage and working full time on an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited college or university in the United States, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands. They must have completed at least 12 undergraduate units with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and be majoring in the arts, including (but not limited to) media, film, performing arts, communications, and writing. Along with their application, they must submit a 3-page concept paper describing the art project for which they are seeking funding, a portfolio of their work, and 600-word essays on 1) how their Hispanic heritage, family upbringing, and/or role models have influenced their personal long-term goals; 2) how they contribute to their community and what they have learned from their experiences; and 3) an academic challenge they have faced and how they have overcome it. Selection is based on those submissions, academic record, plans and career goals, community service, and financial need. Deadline for Receipt: May of each year. Additional Information: This program is offered by the Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) in partnership with the McNamara Family Foundation.

3690 ■ NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE

Attn: ACT-SO Director
4805 Mt. Hope Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215
Tel: (410)580-5650
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.naacp.org/programs/actso/actso_index.html
To recognize and reward outstanding African American high school students who distinguish themselves in the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) program.
Title of Award: Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) Area, Field, or Subject: Art; Business administration; Humanities; Performing arts; Science; Visual arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 75 each year: 3 in each of 25 categories. Funds Available: In each category, the first-prize winner receives a gold medal and a $2,000 scholarship, the second-prize winner receives a silver medal and a $1,500 scholarship, and the third-prize winner receives a bronze medal and a $1,000 scholarship. Duration: The competition has been held annually since 1977.
Eligibility Requirements: This competition is open to high school students (grades 9-12) of African descent who are U.S. citizens and amateurs in the category in which they wish to participate. Competitions are held in 25 categories in 5 general areas: humanities (music composition, original essay, playwriting, and poetry), sciences (architecture, biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics/electronics, physics/energy, and physics/general), performing arts (dance, dramatics, music instrumental/classical, music instrumental/contemporary, music vocal/classical, music vocal/contemporary, and oratory), visual arts (drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, and filmmaking/video), and business (entrepreneurship). Competition is first conducted by local chapters of the NAACP; winners in each event at the local level then compete at the national level. Deadline for Receipt: Local competitions usually take place between March and May. The national finals are held each year in July.

3691 ■ NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY

Attn: Office of Recruitment and Staffing (Roberts)
9800 Savage Road, Suite 6779
P.O. Box 1661, Suite 6779
Fort Meade, MD 20755-6779
Tel: (410)854-4725; (866)672-4473
Web Site: http://www.nsa.gov/careers/students_4.cfm
To provide financial assistance and work experience to college sophomores and juniors interested in preparing for a career with the National Security Agency (NSA) as a global network analyst.
Title of Award: Pat Roberts Intelligence Scholars Program for Global Network Analysts Area, Field, or Subject: Banking; Computer and information sciences; Finance; Information science and technology; International affairs and relations; Political science; Telecommunications systems Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year. Funds Available: The stipend is $25,000 per year. During the summer after application, students participate in a Global Network Analysis internship. After graduation, they have an employment obligation to NSA equal to 1.5 times the length of educational support provided. Duration: 1 year; may be renewed 1 additional year. The summer internship program is for 12 weeks.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to college sophomore and juniors whose academic program includes 1 of the following areas of emphasis: 1) technical studies (computer science major with a minor in political science or international relations); 2) topical studies (terrorism, proliferation or related sciences, international banking and finance, or telecommunications and information systems networks); or 3) disciplines (technical intelligence analysis, information assurance, networks, and telecommunications). Applicants must be enrolled full time with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Along with their application, they must submit a 1-page essay describing how the proposed program of study will improve their ability to analyze information and to think and write critically. U.S. citizenship and eligibility to obtain a high-level security clearance are required Deadline for Receipt: October of each year. Additional Information: After graduation, participants enter NSA's Global Network Analysis Internship Program as a full-time employee.

3692 ■ NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY

Attn: Office of Recruitment and Staffing (Roberts)
9800 Savage Road, Suite 6779
P.O. Box 1661, Suite 6779
Fort Meade, MD 20755-6779
Tel: (410)854-4725; (866)672-4473
Web Site: http://www.nsa.gov/careers/students_4.cfm
To provide financial assistance to college juniors interested in preparing for a career with the National Security Agency (NSA) as an intelligence analyst.
Title of Award: Pat Roberts Intelligence Scholars Program for Intelligence Analysts Area, Field, or Subject: Asian studies; Banking; Finance; Foreign languages; Geography; Information science and technology; International affairs and relations; Library and archival sciences; Near Eastern studies; South Asian studies; Telecommunications systems Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Four Year College Number Awarded: Varies each year. Funds Available: The stipend is $25,000 per year. After graduation, recipients have an employment obligation to NSA equal to 1.5 times the length of educational support provided. Duration: 1 year (the senior year of college).
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to college juniors whose academic program includes 1 of the following areas of emphasis: 1) regional studies (Middle East or south, east, or central Asia); 2) topical studies (terrorism, proliferation or related sciences, international banking and finance, or telecommunications and information systems networks); or 3) disciplines (intelligence analysis, philosophy, or international relations; familiarity with foreign languages, particularly Arabic, Chinese, Dari, Farsi, Hindi, Korean, Pashto, Urdu, or a central Asian language is desirable; highly qualified applicants studying social network analysis, library science, or geographic information systems may also be considered). Applicants must be enrolled full time with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Along with their application, they must submit a 1-page essay describing how the proposed program of study will improve their ability to analyze information and to think and write critically. U.S. citizenship and eligibility to obtain a high-level security clearance are required Deadline for Receipt: October of each year. Additional Information: After graduation, participants enter NSA's Intelligence Analysis Development Program as a full-time employee.

3693 ■ NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY

Attn: Office of Recruitment and Staffing (Stokes)
9800 Savage Road, Suite 6779
P.O. Box 1661, Suite 6779
Fort Meade, MD 20755-6779
Tel: (410)854-4725; (866)672-4473
Web Site: http://www.nsa.gov/careers/students_4.cfm
To provide minority and other high school seniors and college sophomores with scholarship/loans and work experience at the National Security Agency (NSA).
Title of Award: Stokes Educational Scholarship Program Area, Field, or Subject: Asian studies; Computer and information sciences; Engineering, Computer; Engineering, Electrical; Finance; Foreign languages; International affairs and relations; Mathematics and mathematical sciences; Near Eastern studies; South Asian studies Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year. Funds Available: Participants receive college tuition for up to 4 years, reimbursement for books and certain fees, a year-round salary, and a housing allowance and travel reimbursement during summer employment if the distance between the agency and school exceeds 75 miles. Following graduation, participants must work for the agency for 1 and a half times their length of study, usually 5 years. Students who leave agency employment earlier must repay the tuition cost. Duration: Up to 4 years, followed by employment at the agency for 5 years.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to graduating high school seniors, particularly minorities, who 1) are planning a college major in electrical or computer engineering, computer science, international affairs, international finance, mathematics, area studies (Middle East or south, east, or central Asia), foreign languages (recent language interests included Arabic, Chinese, Farsi, and Korean); 2) have minimum scores of 1600 on the SAT (1100 on critical reading and mathematics, 500 in writing) or 25 on the ACT; 3) have a GPA of 3.0 or higher; 4) are U.S. citizens; and 5) demonstrate leadership abilities. Also eligible are college sophomores who are U.S. citizens, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and are majoring in the eligible fields. Applicants must include a 1-page essay on why they want to have a career with the NSA. Deadline for Receipt: November of each year. Additional Information: Participants must attend classes full time and work at the agency during the summer in jobs tailored to their course of study. They must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. This program, established in 1986, was formerly known as the National Security Agency Undergraduate Training Program.

3694 ■ PRINCESS GRACE AWARDS

Attn: Executive Director
150 East 58th Street, 25th Floor
New York, NY 10155
Tel: (212)317-1470
Fax: (212)317-1473
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.pgfusa.com/awards/theater/index.html
To provide financial support to students and professionals interested in acting, directing, and scenic, lighting, sound, and costume design.
Title of Award: Theater Awards Area, Field, or Subject: Fashion design; Lighting science; Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Four Year College, Master's, Professional Number Awarded: Varies each year. Recently, 6 of these grants were awarded: 2 as scholarships, 2 as apprenticeships, and 2 as fellowships. Funds Available: Grants range from $5,000 to $25,000. Companies receiving apprenticeships and fellowships are entitled to additional support equal to 15-20% of the award to be used for general operating expenses. Duration: Up to 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: Nominations for these grants are invited from the artistic directors of theater companies and the deans and department chairs of professional schools of theater. Nominees may be actors, directors, or designers (costume, scenic, sound, and lighting). Grants are available as 1) scholarships for tuition for the last year of professional training at a nonprofit school in the United States; 2) apprenticeships for salary assistance for individual artists who are "learning the trade" under the supervision of a skilled staff person or mentor; and 3) fellowships for salary assistance for individual artists who are "advanced" members of a company and are ready to assume significant production responsibilities on 1 or more mainstage production(s). Professional companies must employ professional artistic and management staff, have been in continuous operation as a professional company for at least 3 years, provide a total of 20 weeks of research and performance for the current and previous 3 years, and have demonstrated the ability to raise public and other private funds. Artists must have been with the company for less than 5 years. All nominees must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Individuals may not submit an application independently. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year. Additional Information: This program includes the following named awards: the Robert and Gloria Hausman Theater Award, the Faberge Theater Award, the Gant Gaither Theater Award, the George C. Wolfe Theater Award, the Pierre Cardin Theater Award, and the Grace Le Vine Theater Award.

3695 ■ DONNA REED FOUNDATION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

1305 Broadway
Denison, IA 51442
Tel: (712)263-3334
Free: 800-336-4692
Fax: (712)263-8026
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.donnareed.org
To provide financial assistance to high school seniors interested in studying the performing arts in college.
Title of Award: Donna Reed Performing Arts Scholarships Area, Field, or Subject: Music; Music, Vocal; Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 9 each year: in each of the 3 divisions, 1 national winner and 2 other finalists receive awards. In addition, each of the 9 national finalists receive free tuition and all expenses to participate in the Donna Reed Festival and Workshops for the Performing Arts. Another 3 scholarships (1 in each division) are awarded to Iowa residents, and another 3 scholarships (1 in each division) are awarded to residents of Crawford County, Iowa. Funds Available: National winners receive $1,000 per year and finalists receive $500. Funds may be used for an accredited postsecondary or approved program of study of the recipient's choice. Iowa winners receive $1,000 scholarships and Crawford County winners receive $500 scholarships. Duration: Scholarships for national winners are for 4 years. Scholarships for other winners are for 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to high school seniors who wish to pursue an education or a career in 1 of the following 3 performing arts: acting, vocal (classical, jazz, popular), or musical theater. Applicants must graduate or have graduated from high school during the period between September prior to applying and August after applying. They must submit audio or videotapes; based on those tapes, finalists are invited to a live competition in June at the Donna Reed Festival and Workshops for the Performing Arts in Denison, Iowa. Selection is based on talent. Grades and financial need are not considered. U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status is required. Separate award are presented to residents of Iowa and to residents of Crawford County, Iowa. Deadline for Receipt: February of each year. Additional Information: The widower and friends of the actress Donna Reed established this foundation in 1987, the year after her death. It is based in, and the workshops are held in, Denison, Iowa, Donna Reed's birthplace. A $40 application fee is required for the first discipline category the applicant enters; additional entries require an additional $30 fee. Fees may be waived in cases of financial need.

3696 ■ SCREEN ACTORS GUILD FOUNDATION

Attn: Administrative Director
5757 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036-3600
Tel: (323)549-6649
Fax: (323)549-6710
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.sagfoundation.org/scholarship/transitional.shtml
To provide financial assistance to members of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) who wish to return to school to obtain additional training to broaden or change their careers.
Title of Award: John L. Dales Transitional Scholarships Area, Field, or Subject: Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Professional, Undergraduate Number Awarded: Varies each year, depending on the availability of funds. Funds Available: The amount of the awards depends on the availability of funds.
Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must have been members of SAG for at least 10 years and have earned an aggregate of at least $60,000 from work under SAG jurisdiction. Applicants must submit information on their academic background and financial need, an essay of 250 to 500 words on a topic of their choice, and 2 letters of recommendation. The proposed study may be undertaken at an accredited college, university, specialty/adult school, or trade/vocational school. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year.

3697 ■ SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION

Attn: Education Department
1313 L Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20005
Tel: (202)898-3326
Free: 800-448-SEIU
Fax: (202)898-3348
Web Site: http://www.seiu.org/mbe/scholarships/moefoner.cfm
To provide financial assistance to members and children of members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) who are interested in studying the visual or performing arts in college.
Title of Award: Moe Foner Scholarship Program for Visual and Performing Arts Area, Field, or Subject: Art; Performing arts Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Undergraduate Number Awarded: 1 each year. Funds Available: The stipend is $5,000. Duration: 1 year; nonrenewable.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to members of an SEIU local or affiliated union and their children. Applicants must be working on or planning to work on a degree or training program in the visual or performing arts at a 2-year or 4-year college or university, community college, technical or trade school, or an alternate course of study or training in an arts-related field. Along with their application, they must submit a 200-word essay describing what the labor movement has meant to them and their family; a 200-word essay describing their educational and career goals in the visual or performing arts (including how they plan to use this education to improve the lives of working families and work for economic and social justice); a high school transcript; and either 1) an essay of 500 words or less identifying a workplace issue and how they would use visual and performing arts to reflect the stories and struggles of working people, or 2) 6 copies of their creative work, showing how they would interpret the theme of working people and their struggles through the visual or performing arts. Selection is based on originality, clarity, and commitment to social and economic justice in the workplace. Deadline for Receipt: February of each year. Additional Information: This program is administered by Scholarship Program Administrators, Inc., 1201 Eighth Avenue South, P.O. Box 23737, Nashville, TN 27202-3737, (615) 320-3149, Fax: (615) 320-3151, E-mail: [email protected]

3698 ■ SIGMA ALPHA IOTA PHILANTHROPIES, INC.

One Tunnel Road
Asheville, NC 28805
Tel: (828)251-0606
Fax: (828)251-0644
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.sai-national.org/phil/philmustech.html
To provide financial assistance for college to members of Sigma Alpha Iota (an organization of women musicians).
Title of Award: Dorothy Cooke Whinery Music Business/Technology Scholarship Area, Field, or Subject: Business; Business administration; Management; Marketing and distribution; Music; Performing arts; Technology Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Four Year College Number Awarded: 1 each year. Funds Available: The stipend is $2,000. Duration: 1 year.
Eligibility Requirements: This program is open to members of the organization entering their junior or senior year of college. Applicants must be working on a degree in the field of music business or music technology, including music marketing, music business administration, entertainment industry, commercial music, recording and production, music management, or other related fields. They must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Along with their application, they must submit a statement of purpose that includes their career goals. Deadline for Receipt: March of each year. Additional Information: This program was established in 2003. There is a $25 nonrefundable application fee.

3699 ■ HARRY S. TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

Attn: Executive Secretary
712 Jackson Place, N.W.
Washington, DC 20006
Tel: (202)395-4831
Fax: (202)395-6995
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.truman.gov
To provide grants-for-service for graduate school to current college juniors who are interested in preparing for a career in public service.
Title of Award: Harry S. Truman Scholarship Program Area, Field, or Subject: Agricultural sciences; Biological and clinical sciences; Economics; Education; Engineering; Environmental conservation; Environmental science; History; International affairs and relations; Law; Physical sciences; Political science; Public administration; Public health; Public service; Social sciences; Technology Level of Education for which Award is Granted: Four Year College, Graduate Number Awarded: 70 to 75 each year: a) 1 "state" scholarship is available to a qualified resident nominee in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Islands (Guam, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands); and b) up to 25 at-large scholars. Funds Available: The program provides up to $30,000, including up to $15,000 for the first year of graduate study and up to $15,000 for the final year of graduate study. Duration: Support is provided for the first and last year of graduate study.
Eligibility Requirements: Students must be nominated to be considered for this program. Nominees must be full-time students with junior standing at a 4-year institution, committed to a career in government or public service, in the upper quarter of their class, and U.S. citizens or nationals. Each participating institution may nominate up to 4 candidates (and up to 3 additional students who completed their first 2 years at a community college); community colleges and other 2-year institutions may nominate former students who are enrolled as full-time students with junior-level academic standing at accredited 4-year institutions. Selection is based on extent and quality of community service and government involvement, academic performance, leadership record, suitability of the nominee's proposed program of study for a career in public service, and writing and analytical skills. Priority is given to candidates who plan to enroll in a graduate program that specifically trains them for a career in public service, including government at any level, uniformed services, public interest organizations, nongovernmental research and/or educational organizations, public and private schools, and public service oriented nonprofit organizations. The fields of study may include agriculture, biology, engineering, environmental management, physical and social sciences, and technology policy, as well as such traditional fields as economics, education, government, history, international relations, law, nonprofit management, political science, public administration, public health, and public policy. Interviews are required. Deadline for Receipt: February of each year. Additional Information: Recipients may attend graduate school in the United States or in foreign countries. Scholars are required to work in public service for 3 of the 7 years following completion of a graduate degree program funded by this program. Scholars who do not meet this service requirement, or who fail to provide timely proof to the foundation of such employment, will be required to repay funds received, along with interest.

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