Audiolife Announces Scholarship Program For California Music Schools And Colleges
February 5, 2009
Los Angeles, California-based Audiolife has announced the launch of its Artist Advancement Scholarship aimed toward providing financial assistance for music school students throughout “The Golden State”
Los Angeles, CA (February 12, 2009)
- Audiolife (www.Audiolife.com), a Los Angeles-based Artist Services Company currently in public beta, has announced the official launch of their "Artist Advancement Scholarship" program. The scholarship, which comes at a time where schools throughout California are seeing massive budget cuts, is geared toward college-level Music School students who are either actively pursuing a career as a musician or as a music industry professional.
"We see this opportunity as a win-win," remarked Audiolife Founder and CEO Brandon Hance. "Not only will students have the opportunity to be awarded $500 toward their music education, but our company will obtain valuable feedback about our new technology and web-platform. We are excited to hear what students have to say about Audiolife!"
"Audiolife Advancement Scholarship" details include:
- Deadline: Essays must be submitted not later than 11:59 p.m. PST on April 1, 2009.
- Students will investigate and research Audiolife's transformative business model to answer the following question: "How do you see Audiolife (www.Audiolife.com) affecting the music industry in the next two to three years?"
- Entry rules: Essays must be 1000 words or less.
- Scholarship Award Winner will be announced by April 20th, 2009.
- A total of $500 cash will be awarded to one winner, by no later than May 1st, 2009.
- Eligibility: All students in any accredited academic university institution or music school and must be enrolled at least part-time during the 2009 academic school year.
Essays will be judged by internal Audiolife staff including CEO/Founder Brandon Hance and Co-Founder/VP of Artist Relations, Aaron Wiener, as well as a handful of longtime music industry professionals. The essay winner will be announced by April 20th, 2009.
Submissions must be sent to Artist Relations Manager, Travis Dean: Travis@Audiolife.com in a Word Document or PDF format.
Audiolife (www.Audiolife.com), a division of Inhance Media, is an Artist Services Company founded in 2005 by USC graduates Brandon Hance, Aaron Wiener, and Nishit Rathod. Based in Los Angeles, California, the company is currently in public beta and continues their dedication to empowering artists through new technology solutions.