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Retail Print Music Dealers Association

Retail Print Music Dealers Association

14070 Proton Rd., Ste. 100
Dallas, TX 75244
Ph: (972)233-9107
Fax: (972)490-4219
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:http://www.printmusic.org

Ed Adams Memorial Scholarships (Professional Development/Scholarship)

Purpose: To encourage individuals to advance further studies in the print music industry. Focus: Music. Qualif.: Applicants must be currently working for an RPMDA member or associate member establishment; must have worked for a minimum of 400 hours in the print music industry; and must exhibit a strong desire to continue to work in the print music industry. Criteria: Scholarship recipients will be selected by RPMDA based on college or high school records; financial need; honors; awards; community service; recommendations; personal qualifications; quality of essay from the applicant; and sponsoring company.

Funds Avail.: $1,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit a completed RPMDA/Ed Adams Scholarship Award application; three letters of reference; a completed Employment Verification Form a Sponsoring RPDMA members or assistance member; SAT or ACT scores (optional); sponsor statement of endorsement (200 words); a 300-word essay; and a photo (optional).

Remarks: In memory of Ed Adams, a man whose dedicated service to the print music industry touched lives across the United States.

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