California-based investment firm Wilshire Quinn Capital is offering a $10,000 Musical Arts scholarship to one qualified candidate enrolled in a U.S college or accredited university. The chosen applicant must have a demonstrated passion for music and be studying it as either a major or minor. The scholarship award will be used toward tuition.
CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Wilshire Quinn, Christopher M. Garcia, created this scholarship because of his personal lifelong interest in music. He recognized and understood the importance of music as an academic study and was enthusiastic to provide students with this opportunity. “Music is the universal language that has the unique power to unite us all. I feel compelled as both a music devotee and the leader of a company to merge these two worlds, and make a meaningful contribution to a worthy candidate,” said Garcia.
All interested students should visit https://wilshirequinn.com/scholarship-2/ for access to the application and for more information on the scholarship requirements. The scholarship committee especially takes into consideration the work ethic, musical talents, and financial needs of all applicants. Last year, the recipient of the scholarship was Cameren Williams, a 19-year-old violinist from Julliard. Williams’ personal statement and musical performance submission made her stand out among the roughly 500 other applicants, exhibiting her talent and worthiness of the award.
The application deadline is May 1, 2020. Refer to the website for any further questions and application criteria information.
Wilshire Quinn Capital, Inc. is a manager of the Wilshire Quinn Income Fund, LLC, a hard money lender that specializes in originating bridge loans secured by real estate located primarily in California. The firm prides itself on being the leading solution for borrowers who are not able to receive credit from other lending institutions. Wilshire Quinn provides quick and reliable hard money loans and funding for its borrowers with consistent returns for investors.