The Pacific Bridge Arts Foundation (PBA) and the GRAMMY Museum® are proud to collaborate to increase opportunities to Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander high school students to participate in their distinguished GRAMMY Camp program this summer. Here is how PBA supports Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander applicants and their families for this program:
PBA outreaches to schools, music schools, clubs, organizations, youth organizations, and via Asian American networks on social media. By sharing information about the GRAMMY Camp program, we hope to increase the number of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander applicants and ensure that the outreach connects to our communities.
In addition to outreach, PBA hosts sessions to answer any questions about the GRAMMY Camp program, our partnership with the GRAMMY Museum, and the application process help the students and their families understand the application process and encourage them to apply.
Lastly, PBA pays for tuition! The GRAMMY Museum chooses the winners as explained below. PBA awards a limited number of full tuition scholarships to admitted Asian American, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander students.