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Manufacturing Jewelers and Association of America

Manufacturing Jewelers and Association of America

45 Royal Little Dr.
Providence, RI 02904
Ph: (401)274-3840
Fax: (401)274-0265

Free: 800-444-6572
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:http://www.mjsa.org

MJSA Education Foundation Scholarship Fund (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To financially support students enrolled in jewelry-related field. Focus: Design. Qualif.: Applicant must be a U.S. citizen; must be enrolled in a jewelry program; pursuing a career in the jewelry industry; and with demonstrated financial need. Criteria: Applicants are assessed based on the course of study, academics, career plans, recommendations, and industry experience.

Funds Avail.: $250-$2,000. To Apply: Applicant must complete the application form available at the website; must submit a copy of financial aid award letter; official transcript; an essay; and a letter of recommendation. Forward completed application and supporting documents in one envelope to: Libby Monahan MJSA Scholarship The Rhode Island Foundation One Union Station Providence, RI 02903. Deadline: June 1.

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