The Shirley & Sam Rabinovitch Piano Scholarship

2 scholarships of $2,500 US to students of The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance or the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, Tel Aviv University to provide piano lessons to young school age children.

This scholarship is intended for undergraduate or graduate piano students living or studying in Israel to teach piano to children living in undeserved communities in Israel and who could not afford lessons.

Guidelines

This scholarship is intended for undergraduate or graduate piano students living or studying in Israel to teach piano to children living in underserved communities in Israel and who could not afford lessons.

Requirements:

  • Completed application form (including C.V.)
  • Demonstrated teaching ability and a track record of working with young school age children.
  • 2 letters of recommendation.
  • Academic transcript.
  • 1-2 page statement highlighting work experience with young children.
  • A letter from the school or community center where lessons are to be provided attesting to the support of the program and the provision of the facility.

Involvement in the Jewish community would be an asset