Quinn Coleman Memorial Scholarship
Quinn Coleman was a loving son, brother, cousin and friend, a passionate DJ and an A&R executive with a bright future ahead of him who passed away at the age of 31. At his family’s request, the GRAMMY Museum is honored to establish the Quinn Coleman Scholarship, which will elevate a new generation of Black music creators through financial scholarships and career development programs for college students on a music career path.
Created in partnership with the GRAMMY Museum, the scholarship is designed to elevate a new generation of Black music creators through a financial scholarship and career development program for college students.
Five students will receive a $1,000 tuition scholarship, two $250 book/ equipment stipends, a $500 interview prep stipend, a Recording Academy internship for the Spring 2023 semester, and the opportunity to participate in a 6-week immersive program focusing on emotional and financial wellness.
Congratulations to the 2023 recipients of the Quinn Coleman Memorial Scholarship:
- Aliyah Durazo – California State University Fullerton
- Dilan Hoskins – Tennessee State University
- Olivia Moyana Pierce – Northwestern University
- Emmanuel Strickland – Tennessee State University
- Vashed Thompson – University of Texas at Austin
Please check back in August 2024 for the next application opportunity!
DONATE TO THE SCHOLARSHIP
WAYS TO GIVE
Please make checks payable to the GRAMMY Museum, and include the Quinn Coleman Scholarship in the notes section or in the letter with your donation. Be sure to include your contact information and mail to:
800 S. Figueroa St., Suite A245
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Attn. Quinn Coleman Scholarship