IEVFS Annual Flute Lesson Scholarship
About the Scholarship
The purpose of this scholarship is to help a dedicated flute student pay for private flute lessons.
The scholarship will cover 50% of the cost of a student's flute lesson fees for six months, up to a maximum of $25 per lesson and $600 for six months. Assuming the student has lessons four times per month, then the IEVFS would pay up to $25 per lesson or $100 per month, and the scholarship recipient will be responsible for paying any remaining lesson fees above the $25/lesson limit.
Online applications must be received by April 21, 2023. Applicants will be notified of their status once the applications have been evaluated and a finalist chosen.
Scholarship funds received will go directly to the flute instructor.
The scholarship recipient may choose their own instructor, but the instructor must be qualified as a flute instructor. If the applicant does not currently have a flute instructor, the IEVFS can provide a list of qualified local instructors.
The scholarship recipient will be asked to perform at an IEVFS membership meeting before the scholarship ends.
Requirements & Eligibility
- Open to elementary, middle school/jr. high, or high school student flute players who live or attend school in San Bernardino County or Riverside County.
- Financial need is a consideration.
- The scholarship does not cover the entire fees of the flute teacher: the winner will be responsible for any remaining fees above the scholarship amount due the private instructor.
- The IEVFS Executive Board will review applications and make a decision. All decisions are final.
Please use the links below to complete and send your application online. You can direct application questions to Victoria Batta at (909) 206-3666 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2023 Flute Lesson Scholarship Winner Announced
Genesis Rodela is the 2023 recipient of IEVFS's Harriet Foucher Memorial Flute Lesson Scholarship. Genesis is a student of Rome Ababat's flute studio based out of Colton.