Enough Talk, Hurry and Do It Already Arts Scholarship Fund
About the Enough Talk, Hurry Up and Do It Already Arts Scholarship Fund
Established in 2006, the purpose of the Enough Talk, Hurry Up and Do It Already Arts Scholarship Fund is to support residents of the Northwest Territories who are pursuing post-secondary studies in the fields of Fine and Performing Arts.
Individuals interested in applying must create a profile on our scholarship application portal. Once your profile is created, you will need to complete our eligibility quiz and then submit a scholarship application to the Enough Talk, Hurry Up and Do It Already Arts Scholarship Fund.
2023 key dates
1 April, 12.01am
Scholarship application portal opens.
15 May, 11.59pm
Scholarship application portal closes. Late applications not accepted.
Mid- to late July
Funding distributed to scholarship recipients.
Please find the application process below, including some frequently asked questions.
The Enough Talk, Hurry Up and Do It Already Arts Scholarship Fund was established in 2006 to assist Ecole Sir John Franklin High School graduating students pursuing post-secondary studies in the performing arts, film, music or writing.
In 2022, the Fund was adapted to be open to all students and residents from the Northwest Territories pursuing post-secondary studies in the fields of Fine and Performing Arts.
In order to be eligible to apply for the Enough Talk, Hurry Up and Do It Already Arts Scholarship Fund, you must be:
- A resident of the Northwest Territories for at least 12 consecutive months
- Pursuing post-secondary studies focused on the Fine and Performing Arts
All of our scholarship application forms and additional materials need to be submitted on our scholarship application portal.
For students that are applying to the Enough Talk, Hurry Up and Do It Already Arts Scholarship Fund, here are some things that you will be including in your application:
- A personal essay describing what Fine and Performing Arts activity(ies) you are involved in, how this scholarship will help you achieve your goals
- An arts portfolio (videos, photos, etc) highlighting your participation in your Fine and Performing Arts activity with your school or community
- A personal reflection of your portfolio (by the way of written short essay or video submission)
- One letter of reference from a teacher, coach, instructor, etc. that outlines your involvement in your Fine and Performing Arts activity
Please keep in mind that all applications to YKCF scholarships require the applicant to submit a proof of residency affidavit (which you will be able to find when you create an account on our application portal), and a confirmation of acceptance (or a letter of admission) to a post-secondary institution.
You can apply through our scholarship application portal!
Please note you will need to create an account, and complete our eligibility quiz to see which Fund you are eligible to apply.
If you have more questions, check back to our FAQs on our scholarship page!
- 2022 Avery Dragon
- 2021 Raven Mutford
- 2020 Safiya Hashi
- 2019 Braden Cordero
- 2018 Colleen Nagel
- 2017 Matthew Curtis
- 2016 Chloé Duval
- 2015 No award
- 2014 Cassidy Menard
- 2013 No award
- 2012 Makenzie Zouboules
- 2011 Samantha Hefford
- 2010 Hailey McLeod & Jeromy Deleff
- 2009 Bryce Walker
- 2008 Jonathan Soderberg
- 2007 Kira Hall
For more information
If you require assistance or have questions about the Enough Talk, Hurry Up and Do It Already Arts Scholarship Fund, please do hesitate to contact the Yellowknife Community Foundation office at email@example.com or by phone at +1-867 446 4527.
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