Ohio Music Teachers Association Teacher Scholarship


This fund enables teachers to attend conferences and workshops, receive advanced training, and further their musical studies. A $500 scholarship, donated by Mattlin-Hyde Piano Co., will be awarded to the project that best furthers the mission of OhioMTA “to advance the value of music study and music-making in society.” Click on "How to Apply"  for complete details.Type your paragraph here.

MTNA Grants from the Foundation Fund

 
The MTNA Foundation Fundis committed to keeping America’s musical future alive for future generations by supporting comprehensive programs that nurture the creation, performance, study and teaching of music.

One way to help meet this commitment is the Grants program, funded through MTNA Foundation Fund endowments. These grants are available to MTNA members and non-members alike, as well as affiliate organizations.

Program Enrichment Grants are provided to organizations seeking "seed funds" to assist with the creation of grant application materials that can lead to more funding from other organizations.

Teacher Enrichment Grants are provided to music teachers for private study, specific college-level course work or other projects that will enhance the performing and teaching skills of the applicant.

Affiliate Matching Grants
are available to MTNA-affiliated Local Associations and State Affiliates. These matching grants provide assistance for projects and programs that provide professional and educational development, as well as promotion of music in the state and community.

Local Association Start-Up Grants are awarded to newly forming MTNA-affiliated local associations for projects that provide educational opportunities for students and teachers. Grants are also given for projects that support the promotion of music in the immediate community.

Collegiate Chapter Grants provide financial assistance to individual collegiate members to attend a national event, or provide financial assistance to MTNA Collegiate Chapters for the development of the Chapter’s presence in the community through projects offering educational and professional development for collegiate members, as well as support and promotion of music in the community.