Medieval Mayhem Historical Arts Foundation.

Congratulations to Teracey Perkins!

Winner of our inaugural $500 scholarship award.

 Applications for 2022 will be accepted through 3/31/2022

​How to Submit Electronic File:

                You can email your electronic file to mmhaf16@gmail.com. If for some reason you cannot get the file to upload, send us an email and we will arrange another way for you to submit your file. ​

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must be:

  • Current US citizen and/or Navajo/Apache/Hopi tribal member
  • Reside in Navajo or Apache county Arizona, USA
  • Currently enrolled in a public, private, charter, on-line, other accredited, tribal or home school program
  • Must be at least 17 years of age, a high school senior (or equivalent) and not more than a second year (Sophomore) college student
  • May submit application upon completion of high school junior year or equivalent 
  • Planning to pursue a degree at an accredited U.S. post-secondary institution


Applicants may not be:

  • Children of officers or board members of Medieval Mayhem Historical Arts Foundation.
  • International students
  • Temporary residents of Navajo or Apache counties


Submission Requirements:

 
Definitions:

  • STEM –Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
  • MMHAF – Medieval Mayhem Historical Arts Foundation, Inc. a 501c3 non-profit foundation.
  • Art – (Google) the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination. (MMHAF) the expression or application of human imaginative and technical skills as they may be used to create a better world for humanity through beauty, emotional power, and or STEM. 


Instructions for Application:

This application process is a little different, a little more involved but designed to be much more fun than most scholarship applications!

There are 2 steps or levels to the process.  First, applicants will complete a questionnaire and essay on the Medieval Mayhem Historical Arts Foundation website.  This is your chance to introduce yourself and your “art”. This is where you begin to tell your story and show your passion, drive, enthusiasm, and commitment.

Applicants will also submit a demonstration of their “art” in electronic form. This can be a video, PowerPoint, or audio file.  Instructions for how to submit this file are posted on the website. Remember that it is important to show your passion​ for your topic. Be creative, enthusiastic, and show emotion. 

Secondly, those applicants whose submissions stand apart will then be contacted to give a demonstration before a live or virtual panel.  This will require either a demonstration or a narrated video demonstration of how the submission was produced, a verbal presentation of the creative process, a submission of a physical form of your “art” and answering a few questions from the panel. 

By submitting an application, applicants (and guardians where applicable) agree to grant MMHAF permission to use the applicant’s name and submission for promotional and public relations/education purposes.  All other personal information shall be kept confidential and strictly for use by MMHAF.

Award winners will be invited to attend events produced and attended by MMHAF to help promote the scholarship program.  Participation is voluntary. 

Scholarship funds will be given directly to the winner(s).  Winners may use the funds for any need they may have in relation to obtaining their education.  The winner will be required to provide proof or evidence of how the funds were used to ensure they were appropriately used. Submission of receipts must be submitted to MMHAF within 6 months of receiving the award.

Award winners will be notified within 15 days after the panel presentation.  The winner(s) will be invited to a dinner hosted by MMHAF in their honor on the first Saturday in May.


QUESTIONS? 

E-mail us at mmhaf16@gmail.com or click the CONTACT US button at the top of the page!