Thanks to Sarah Gray Restoration, Violins of OmahaThe Violin Shop in Lincoln and the Foundation for the Advancement of String Education we can offer partial work/study scholarships for our 2017 season to participants who are not able to afford to pay the full price. These scholarships will be prioritized by the order in which we receive applications and will only apply to full program registration, not one- or two-day registration. Financial aid will not be available to students who have already been given a discount code or who registered using the early bird registration discount.

Please fill out the WORK/STUDY FORM to apply for a partial scholarship. Financial aid is only meant for students who can’t afford to attend SWB without this support. 

We will ask students who apply for support to help out with a few light tasks across the week.




Apply for work/study partial scholarship: Strings Without Boundaries 2015
  • Please note that the $100 and $200 scholarship options only apply to full-program registration. If seeking support for one- or two-day registration, please choose the $35 option.