The BATS Scholarship Program offers full and partial tuition for BATS classes, based on funding criteria. Scholarships are currently awarded four times per year, with our next application period being October 1-15, 2019. The application form will be posted to this page when applications are open. See the terms and conditions page for more details about our application process.
BATS Communities of Color Scholarship July 2019 Recipients
The BATS Communities of Color Scholarship has been established by a generous anonymous donor to make the BATS community more accessible for traditionally underrepresented communities of color.
Its first five scholarships were awarded in July/August 2019, here are some of the inaugural recipients:
|T Sripunvoraskul||Jennifer Ortega||Albert Nguyen|
|“I’m T Sripunvoraskul, a Product Designer in San Francisco, where my passion is to make products more friendly and mentor queer & trans folks getting into tech.
I’m really excited about this opportunity to test my creativity, gain more confidence, and have lots of fun at the most perfect place to do it!”
|“I just finished a Doctorate in Neuroscience at UCSF and have a strong interest in Science communications and teaching. I am excited to join the BATS Improv community and to use these skills to become a more engaging Science communicator.”||“As a social worker specializing in mental health services, I always believed that the best way to connect with others is to deepen the relationship we have with ourselves – meaning to experience and to engage ourselves in creative environments that pushes us to learn new ways of being comfortable in our own skin. I strongly feel that courses like BATS are great mediums for social and personal development.”|
The BATS Scholarship Fund
The BATS Scholarship Fund provides free and discounted places in BATS classes to members of under-represented and marginalized groups. Your support allows us to expand our support!
If you’d like to support this program and see more students on this list, click below to donate.
Please contact the office if you wish to discuss creating a dedicated scholarship fund.