Applicants for the Adobe Creativity Scholarship must meet at least one of the four following requirements:

  1. Be an alumnus of the Adobe Youth Voices program.
  2. Be a student at one of Project 1324’s Creative Catalyst organizations:
    • Destiny Arts Center (Oakland, CA)
    • High Tech Youth (Auckland, New Zealand)
    • Prayasam (Kolkata, India)
    • Raw Art Works (Lynn, MA)
    • Say Sí (San Antonio, TX)
    • Spy Hop (Salt Lake City, UT)
    • Vocal Revolutionaries (Cape Town, South Africa)
  3. Be a student at one of the following Project 1324 partner sites:
    • Bonaire Youth Outreach Foundation (Hato, Bonaire)
    • Shilpa Sayura Foundation (Pilimatawala, Sri Lanka)
    • Fully Focused (London, UK)
    • Global Action Project (New York, NY)
    • ELBstation (Hamburg, Germany)
    • Paved Arts (Saskatoon, Canada)
    • Youth Empowerment through Learning, Leading, and Serving (YELLS) (Marietta, GA)
    • Tearaway Magazine (New Zealand)
    • Espaço Cultural A Era do Radio (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
    • Observatório de Favelas (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
    • Peterson Schools (Mexico City, Mexico)
    • Vocal Revolutionaries (Cape Town, South Africa)
  4. Be a finalist or winner in the Adobe Youth Voices Awards or a Project 1324 Challenge.

This scholarship is open to students who will be entering either their first or second year of college/university education during the 2017-18 academic year. Applicants must be planning to enroll in an accredited college/university degree or certificate program in a creative field or in a field through which they will use creativity as a force for positive social change. Applicants do not need to be accepted into a program at the time of application, but if selected for a scholarship, proof of acceptance will be required before scholarship funds can be sent. While there is no minimum grade requirement to apply for this scholarship, an applicant’s academic record must show potential to succeed in college/university.