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Magic Camp Scholarships

For over twenty years, the Society of American Magicians Magic Endowment Fund has awarded full tuition scholarships to promising young magicians between the ages of 10 and 18 to attend facilities focused on the magical performing arts. The S.A.M. has awarded over $115,000 in scholarships over the years to support magic education for our youth.

Scholarships are available for either Tannen’s Magic Camp in Pennsylvania (July 9-16, 2016) or the Sorcerer’s Safari Magic Camp in Toronto, Canada (August 7-14, 2016), and the Florida Magic Camp (June 11-17 or June 19-25, 2016. The Magic Endowment Fund realizes the importance of the magic arts in the lives of youngsters. The development of magical skills and respect for the art of magic can help them gain a positive mental attitude and become more confident in themselves. Candidates must be able to demonstrate talent and dedication to the magical performing arts discipline.

These camps are wonderful places for youngsters to learn new skills, improve their performance abilities and make new friends with similar interests. The campers study under some of the leading professionals, receive helpful critiques of their performance ability, and attend classes which improve their skills.

Applications may be obtained by writing to:

Trudy Monti, A.I.M.C.
Society of American Magicians Magic Endowment Fund, Inc.
803 Sherwick Terrace
Manchester, MO. 63021

Email: TrudyMonti@aol.com

Scholarship Applications for Tannen's Magic Camp are due March 1, 2016. All other applications must be received by May 1, 2016.

To download an application:
PDF Version: Click HERE   |   Word Version: Click HERE

 

Performing Magic at a Higher Level – McBride School Scholarships

Do you want to study under the world’s best teachers of magic? Are you working on a magic act and need professional direction and coaching? You can achieve all of these goals by applying for a full tuition scholarship offered by the Society of American Magicians Magic Endowment Fund.

The Society of American Magicians Magic Endowment Fund is awarding a full tuition scholarship to a promising and aspiring magician to attend the Jeff McBride Extended Master Class at the McBride Magic & Mystery School in Las Vegas. Founded by Master Magician, Jeff McBride, The Magic & Mystery School is celebrated as “the world’s most prestigious magic school” (BBC television). The winner of this scholarship will study with Jeff McBride, Eugene Burger, and the world-class faculty at an Extended master Class being held in Las Vegas during the Summer of 2015.

The Extended Master Class is August 13-19, 2015. The scholarship covers the full tuition of the Master Class, but the winner will be responsible for his or her transportation to Las Vegas, lodging and meals.

Applicants must be at least 13 years of age. Otherwise, there is no age requirement to attend. (If the winner is under the age of 18, he or she must have a parent or legal guardian in Las Vegas during the week of the Master Class.)

Magic Class is an extraordinary experience, which includes critique of your magic performance, creativity, script writing and professional feedback of your performance. All candidates must demonstrate existing talent and dedication to achieve improved magical performances and skills. Applications may be obtained by writing to:

Trudy Monti, A.I.M.C.
The Society of American Magicians Magic Endowment Fund, Inc.
803 Sherwick Terrace
Manchester, MO. 63021
Email: TrudyMonti@aol.com

The deadline for receipt of applications is June 1, 2014.

To download an application:
PDF Version: Click HERE   |   Word Version: Click HERE


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