Announcements: The Horological Society Of New York Expands Its Henry B. Fried Scholarship For American Watchmaking
The mission of the Horological Society of New York (HSNY) is one of instruction. As America’s most established watchmaking society (and one of the most established consistently working horological relationship on the planet), HSNY endeavors to propel the workmanship and study of horology, which is to a great extent depended to watchmaking understudies. Today, HSNY is declaring a significant extension of its Henry B. Fried Scholarship and will presently grant different grants of $10,000 consistently. Any understudy who has been acknowledged to or is right now learning at one of nine full-time watchmaking schools in the United States is qualified to get the honor. Forthcoming understudies may likewise apply, with the agreement that the grant is dependent upon their acknowledgment to a full-time watchmaking school. The cutoff time to submit applications is Friday, March 1, 2019.
The Horological Society of New York needs to help watchmaking understudies prevail in each way.
– Edwin M. Hydeman, Executive Director of HSNY
“The Horological Society of New York needs to help watchmaking understudies prevail all around,” said Edwin M. Hydeman, Executive Director of HSNY. “The Henry B. Fried Scholarship was assigned to guarantee people in the future of watchmakers.” Scholarship beneficiaries will be granted at the Horological Society of New York’s Annual Gala & Charity Auction on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. The Henry B. Fried Scholarship was made in 2017 out of appreciation for Mr. Fried, one of America’s most perceived experts in the field of horology and a previous HSNY President (1954-1955). Applications are presently being acknowledged. Visit the HSNY site to study the Henry B. Fried Scholarship and to peruse the full qualifications.
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