The DINA Scholarship / ARTS Grant Program was established to support programs and students in the field of Art / History and Education. The DINA Program is named after the “Angel of Wisdom” and is a Sub-Program of the Foundation in Atlantic City. Scroll down the page to see details on the scholarships awarded in 2017.
The DINA Award is named after "The Angel of Wisdom." The DINA Scholarship/ARTS Grant Award was formed to support individuals who are enrolled in various arts, historical and/or educational programs, and organizations working in these areas.
The Schultz-Hill Foundation is pleased to announce student scholarships and teacher grants for students and teachers in the South Jersey Region. The Schultz-Hill Foundation encourages both students and teachers who are currently enrolled or participating in programs in the arts, history and education fields. $1,500 Grants will be distributed upon received applications for the calendar year.
Click here to download the application form | Deadline for submission is May 15
The Dina Award will be given to individuals who meet the basic criteria:
The Dina Award of $1,500 each will be presented throughout the year based on the Award Selection Committee after their review of applicants. (More than one award/grant can be presented annually.)
The Award Selection Committee will consist of no less than three (3) Trustees of the Schultz-Hill Foundation. Those Trustees may be selected by the Co-Founders.
For more information, call 609-347-1616.
The following organizations received the Dina Awards in 2017:
1. AC Day Nursery - Music Together Program
2. Atlantic City Ballet Company
3. Atlantic City Boys & Girls Club
4. Artists Alike Studio
5. Bay Atlantic Symphony
6. Boardwalk Summer Music Series
7. Chelsea School DC Education Trip
8. Children's Cultural Foundation
9. Greater Ocean City Theatre Company
10. Holy Spirit Music Holiday Program
11. Lucy the Elephant
12. MANNA At The Shore
13. Students Brandon Moore and Giavanna Mancuso
(Total Dina Scholarships and Grant Distribution - 2017)