Made In Detroit Scholarship

Detroit’s Kid Rock is teaming up with Wayne State University to establish a scholarship for music students at the school.

The $25,000 scholarship is being funded through sales of a limited edition t-shirt, jointly created and marketed by Wayne State and Kid Rock’s Made In Detroit Clothing Company.

 The scholarship is open to full or part time undergrad or grad students majoring in music. A minimum grade point average is not required, but recipients must demonstrate financial need and be Michigan residents.

Students can apply for Kid Rock’s Made In Detroit Scholarship at this link:

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  • Nicole

    There is a problem with the link. It is un-clickable. I’d like to share this page to friends but for some reason the link won’t work.

    • WWJ Newsroom

      Hi Nicole. I tried changing the format of the link. Hopefully it works for you now. Thanks!

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