Jack Cole Youth Scholarship

Jack Cole Youth Scholarship

The Jack Cole Youth Scholarship introduces young adults between the ages of 18 - 24 to LFAC’s unique mission of exploring the connection of the arts, healing and spiritual practice based in the Life Force Arts Method, a modern version of universal wisdom teachings that value love, true self and creative community. The scholarship is funded from donations to Life Force Arts Center, which is a tax exempt 501 (c) 3 organization.

Each Jack Cole Youth Scholarship gives $150 tuition credit for events at Life Force Arts Center.

The Jack Cole Youth Scholarship is named in honor of Jack Cole, a long-time supporter of Life Force Arts Foundation. Jack was a college teacher, writer, artist and a leader in the Wild Onion Grove Druid group that meets frequently at Life Force Arts Center. Jack was an amazing human being - kind, intelligent, humorous and always real. His legacy is one of support for all people in the realization of their true selves and their connection to the divine.


    • Jack Cole Youth Scholarship
       - For young people ages 18 - 24
    •    - Gives $150 tuition credit for events Life Force Arts Center
    •    - One Jack Cole Youth Scholarship per calendar year per person
    •    - Applications are taken throughout the year
    •    - Applicants can apply for the Scholarship and later decide which events they will attend
    •    - Applications are reviewed by the LFAC Artistic Director and Assistant Artistic Director, who then award the scholarship
    •    - Applicants must use the Scholarship within six months after it is awarded

     

    To apply, please fill out a Jack Cole Scholarship Application (see below). For more information, please contact Joan Forest Mage at 773-327-7224 or Joan@LifeForceArts.org


    DONATE TO LFAC'S JACK COLE YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP

    Donations of all amounts are welcome! Add your support to educating young people in the arts and spiritual practice, a goal dear to Jack's heart. Life Force Arts Center is a tax exempt 501 (c) 3 organization; donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.




    FAQ about the Jack Cole Youth Scholarship

    How does the Jack ColeYouth Scholarship work?

    A young person between the ages of 18- 24 is selected to receive the scholarship. Each Jack Cole Youth Scholarship gives $150 tuition credit for events at Life Force Arts Center. The intention of the Jack Cole Youth Scholarship is to introduce young adults to LFAC’s unique mission of sharing the spiritual power of the arts. There is a limit of one Youth Scholarship per calendar year per person. The scholarship is funded from donations to Life Force Arts Center, which is a tax exempt 501 (c) 3 organization.

    Who decides who gets the Scholarship?

    Life Force Arts Center’s Artistic Director and Assistant Artistic Director review the Scholarship applications and decide who receives the scholarship.

    Do I have to know what program(s) I want to take when I apply?

    No, you can apply and then decide which workshop(s) might be the most beneficial for your goals. You must use the Scholarship within six months after it is awarded

     

    Life Force Arts Center Youth Scholarship Application

     

    Applicant Name:

    Today’s Date:

    Date of Birth: 

    Phone:

    Address:

    Email:

    How did you hear about the Jack Cole Youth Scholarship?:

    Please answer the following questions.

    1. Why are you interested in learning about/experiencing the connection of art and spiritual practice?

    2. Please share any previous experience you have had with artistic or spiritual practice you feel may relate to LFAC’s programs

    3. What personal or professional goals do you hope this program may help you achieve?

    4. What do you see, if any, as your potential contribution to artistic and/or spiritual practice? How might this training enable you to make these contributions?

    5. Please explain any special considerations you have, if any, for applying for this scholarship, such as financial need

     



     


    Last modified: Wednesday, March 21, 2018, 4:29 PM