The Conclave is proud to announce its 2011 Radio and Music Industry Scholarship Program, worth over $87,000! Effective immediately, qualified persons may apply for scholarships to Broadcast Center in St. Louis (MO), Brown College (3 to be awarded) in Minneapolis (MN), Specs Howard School of Communication Arts in Southfield (MI) , or McNally-Smith College of Music in St. Paul (MN). In addition to the Radio and Music Industry scholarships, the Conclave will be awarding a scholarship to Kean University/Union, New Jersey.The Broadcast Center’s offerings includes the costs of all applicable materials, and is valued at $10,900 (Broadcasting Program) or $6,900 (Advanced TV & Video ).The Brown College scholarships include three half- tuition scholarships, each worth $15,750 for a total scholarship award of over $47,000. The Specs Howard scholarship includes tuition, application fees, and books – and is for the Diploma Program in Radio-TV Broadcasting. It is worth $11,995.The McNally-Smith Music Business scholarship is an award of $4000 per semester for up to four semesters total. The scholarship is valued at up to $16,000. The Kean University scholarship, valued at $1000, will be awarded to a deserving student at Kean, selected by the University on the basis of achievement and financial need.Said Conclave Executive Director Tom Kay, “The Conclave could not be prouder to offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for students desiring to enter the radio or music industry through these valuable scholarships to Broadcast Center, Brown College, Specs Howard, McNally-Smith and Kean. We thank these institutions, long time friends of the Conclave, for partnering with us in offering an education to those who might not receive it without our help.”Since 1979, the non-profit Conclave – in keeping with its mission of educating the broadcast industry – has awarded over $1 million in scholarships to deserving students desiring an education inside the radio and music industries.More scholarship information and downloadable application forms are available athttps://www.radioscholarships.com <https://www.radioscholarships.com> or https://www.theconclave.com <https://www.theconclave.com> .The Conclave is a 35-year-old 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation. The Conclave offers year-round learning to the industry including webinars, TalenTrak, and has provided over one million dollars in media scholarships since 1979!Don’t miss the 2011 Conclave Learning Conference ““ CONCLAVE XXXVI ““ July 13-16 in Minneapolis!For more information about the Conclave, visit https://www.theconclave.com <https://www.theconclave.com> .