The following jewelry industry organizations offer scholarships to jewelry students. Contact each organization directly for more information.
Established to provide an opportunity for new students to attend the Academy. Winner receives an all-expenses-paid scholarship to any regular 3-day Open Session class at the Academy. Scholarship includes tuition, transportation, and lodging in San Francisco. Winner will be announced on June 15, 2017.
Congratulations to Janet Alexander of Ruidoso, NM - our 2017 winner!
Deadline: May 15, 2017.
MORT ABELSON SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship honors Mort Abelson, who was instrumental in promoting the American designer jewelry movement. The competition is open to all and the jury will look for original innovative design. The winner receives all expenses paid (tuition, fees, transportation and lodging) in San Francisco for any class during the 2017 Masters Symposium. Winner to be announced on February 1, 2017.
Open to all current MAG members. The goal of this award is to further elevate the skillset of a MAG member by providing access to professional level training.
Deadline is April 15, 2017.
The Revere Academy would like to honor someone who is teaching jewelry making in a high school, college or technical school program. The winner receives travel, lodging, tuition and fees for any Open Session class. Winner to be announced on August 1, 2016.
Deadline: July 1, 2016
The Future of Design Education Fund:
The scholarship competition is open to anyone looking for the Revere Academy educational experience. Jurors will look for an individual whose work displays original, innovative, high quality jewelry design. This award is open to jewelry artists at all levels. Applicants submit 10 images and answer 2 questions. Winner is chosen on the basis of design, craftsmanship and creativity to attend the Masters Symposium class of their choice. Winner to be announced on February 1, 2016.
Deadline: January 1, 2016.
San Francisco's Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts is offering a new scholarship for a jeweler working in the State of California. This is a great opportunity for a bench jeweler who would like to learn new skills and refine old ones. The California Jewelers Scholarship is open to anyone employed as a jeweler in the state. The winner receives free tuition for any regularly scheduled class. Jurors are looking for work that is professional and creative.
Deadline: April 1, 2015
Metal Arts Guild
$1000 grant to a MAG member for a community-based project.
Deadline: October 15th
Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG)
Deadline: March 15th
Women's Jewelry Association (WJA)
Scholarship Awards from $500-$5,000
Deadline: April 15th