Twentig Incorporated Endowment Fund (Willis "Bing" Davis Scholarship)

Twentig, Inc. established the Twentig Incorporated Endowment Fund (Willis “Bing” Davis Scholarship) in 1990. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage students to pursue their education beyond high school and to pursue a major or concentration in the Arts, especially the Visual Arts. The Twentig Incorporated Endowment Fund (Willis “Bing” Davis Scholarship) is a permanent endowment of The Dayton Foundation’s African American Community Fund. The Scholarship Committee of Twentig Incorporated, in collaboration with the Dayton Montgomery County Scholarship Program, is responsible for the annual award. Students being considered for the scholarship will be asked to participate in an interview and to present a portfolio of their artwork at the time of their interview.

Donor
In Honor of Willis "Bing" Davis
Award
$500 - $1,000
Scopes
African American Community Foundation, Montgomery County
Deadline
04/14/2021
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please write a maximum two-page statement about your personal and professional background and career goals. Students being considered for the scholarship will be asked to participate in an interview and to present a portfolio of their artwork at the time of their interview.
  2. Please provide the name and e-mail address for your art instructor letter of recommendation.