Archery College Scholarships
There are a number of archery scholarships now handed out by various schools and private organizations. There are at least three areas of special interest pertaining to the art of shooting a bow: it is viewed as a competitive sport, as a style of hunting, and also as a traditional woodsman’s skill, part of the Native American legacy.
For more information on scholarships, please click on the links provided below.
APPLY FOR ATA’S ARCHERY RANGE AND PROGRAM GRANT TODAY!
The ATA is now accepting applications for its Archery Range and Program Grant. Any person, company, organization or state agency can apply. Applicants need not be ATA members, but recipients must be ATA members throughout the award’s funding period.
Recipients can use the grant to create or expand archery-related projects or programs, including parks, ranges, mentoring programs, archery academies, college clubs or teams, and similar efforts. Click here to view the Grant FAQ to see a list of acceptable projects.
Applicants can request any amount, but funding is based on availability, and determined by the ATA’s Archery Range and Program Grant committee. The committee can grant payments to one or multiple entities. Recipients can also receive partial funding.
ATA staff and the ATA’s Archery Range and Program Grant committee will notify grant recipients April 15th, 2020. Recipients will receive financial assistance in late-spring 2020.
Click here to complete the application and upload required documents, including tax forms, business plans and project budgets by December 1st. ATA members can log in using their MYATA member dashboard credentials. If you’re not a member, create a login profile to submit your documents.
Please note: Creating a login profile does not make you an ATA member. It lets the ATA organize and manage grant applications.
There is grants that are available to S3DA States. Check out this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1GpWAFNUS_3bnZFbTc1ay13T2c/view?usp=sharing
If you need any kind of information pertaining to grants with S3DA immediately, please contact:
Phone: (606) 524-3685