US citizens may apply for educational opportunities both inside and out of the United States. Non-US citizens may apply for educational opportunities in the United States only.
One scholarship per applicant will partially or fully fund one of the following:
a. Stained glass training/workshop - US and international
b. Stained glass conference attendance - US and international
c. Fine art training - US and international. Applicant must demonstrate how this training will further his/her career in glass.
Scholarship awards may be taxable. Please check with your accountant.
Scholarship money will be sent directly to the class instructor and/or workshop/conference director. The scholarship does not fund traveling expenses or room and board.
To be considered for a future AGG Scholarship, Scholarship recipients are required to do one of the following:
a. Attend the AGG conference following your class/workshop, and present a PowerPoint/slide presentation about your experience.
b. Send an 11” by 17” presentation board with photos and explanations to be displayed at the following AGG conference. Please inquire as to the mailing address (varies according to conference location).
c. Be a guest on the AGG social media outlets (Facebook and Instagram) for one scheduled week. Create 3-5
days’ worth of content.
Following your class/workshop, please coordinate this with the Scholarship Chair via email at
The AGG may post your report and/or photos on the AGG website or include it in a newsletter. Photos can be of you working on your project within the class/workshop, a photo of you with your completed class project or a photo showing you within the context of a conference.
Deadline for submission of applications is February 28th and August 28th of each year, with notiﬁcations of awards on March 28th and September 28th, respectively. It is the applicant’s responsibility that all material is received by the deadline. The AGG cannot be responsible for mail or internet problems in delivery of application material. Applicants are encouraged to send follow up emails if they are not notiﬁed of the receiving of the application by the Scholarship Chair within 3 days.
The AGG Scholarship Board will review all submissions and award funds based on merit and relevance.
Preference will be given to those who clearly articulate the value this could bring to their professional development,
the glass community, or the craft in general.
Members of the Board of Directors of the AGG and members of the AGG Scholarship Board are ineligible to apply for scholarship funds.