Scholarships encourage the participation of talented individuals who could not otherwise afford to attend our courses. They are funded through private gifts and endowed funds, including: the Au Pair General Scholarship Fund to encourage women in woodworking; the Cynthia Pellegrini Woodworking Scholarship for women who are, or intend to become, professional woodworkers; the Robert A. Fippinger Scholarship Fund; the Peter and Gretchen Haight Scholarship Fund; the Thomas Lie-Nielsen Scholarship Fund; the Jeremy R. Morton, M.D. Scholarship Fund; the Joseph A. Reilly Memorial Scholarship Fund; the A.E. Rheault Family Scholarship Fund; and the Dick and Abby Whittington Scholarship Fund. No special application is required for any of the named scholarships listed above.
In 2023 we expect to award approximately 18 scholarships for one-week and two-week workshops. These scholarships generally cover the full cost of tuition, but successful applicants must confirm their participation by paying the standard $90 registration fee and remain responsible for the costs of their own travel, lodging, meals, materials, and any supply fees.
To apply, please submit the following application by April 1, 2023.