FDF Scholarship Opportunities
FDF is dedicated to helping our young dancers of Orthodox Christian Faith and Greek dance culture to further their education. The FDF Scholarships are given to outstanding individuals that are recommended by their parish priest or dance program advisor/teacher who are highly motivated individuals that demonstrate the drive to succeed, the desire in their quest for a college education and commitment to FDF, their Church and their community.
2019 FDF Scholarships
Archbishop Demetrios Scholarship (awarded by FDF)
Cynthia Anderson Scholarship (awarded by FDF)
Chris Papadimitrakis Scholarship (awarded by FDF)
Fr. Homer Demopoulos Scholarship (awarded by FDF)
Fr. Anthony Moschonas Scholarship (awarded by Presbytera Maria Moschonas and family)
Dean Phillips Scholarship (awarded by the Demos Family)
Jim Papangellin Scholarship (awarded by the George Papangellin Family)
Sophia Bouras Scholarship (awarded by the George Papangellin Family)
Gerry and Jeannie Ranglas Scholarship (awarded by Gerry and Jeannie Ranglas)
Required education level: Between senior year of high school through junior year of college. The student must be attending and participating in the current year’s FDF.
How to Apply
If you would like to be considered for one of these scholarships, notify your parish priest (or dance program advisor) and ask them to submit a letter on your behalf. To give your parish priest or dance program director additional information about yourself, provide them with a completed FDF Bio Sheet. All letters should be sent to the email below by the author of your letter:
Vickie Demos, Scholarships Director
Deadline: December 30, 2018
Contact FDF Board of Trustees Scholarships Director Vickie Demos at:
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