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PNNA Scholarship Awards
|Year||Adult||Young Numismatist||Link to Reports|
|2003||Michael Pepka||(not awarded)|
|2004||Dale Smith||??||2004 report|
|2005||Janna Silverstein||Matthew Crane||2005 reports|
|2006||Gawain O'Connor||Matthew Crane|
|2007||Michael Labosier||Owen Gruner||2007 report|
|2008||Larry Gaye||(no applications)||2008 report|
|2009||Jason Failla||Hannah Powell||2009 report in The Nor'wester|
|2010||Francisco Lazzara||(no applications)||2010 report in The Nor'wester|
|2011||Jesse Torres||Aaron Allemann||No reports|
|2012||James Reinders||Not awarded because applicant had already received an ANA scholarship.||2012 report in The Nor'wester|
|2013||Ron Engholm||Cannyn Morris||2013 report in The Nor'wester.|
|2014||Scott McClaine||Ermin Chow||2014 report in The Nor'wester.|
|2015||Ed Fischer||Benjamin Mous||2015 report in The Nor'wester.|
|2016||Alan Franke and Lance Neseman||Joshua Smith||2016 report in The Nor'wester.|
|Note: The PNNA awarded three scholarships in 2016 due to funds received from the disolution of the King County Coin Club. The winners are listed above and were also recognized at the spring convention.|
|2017||Jason Breedlove||Kellen Hoard||To be reported.|
ANA Summer Seminar Scholarship Information:
Important information: This page is about PNNA-funded scholarships to attend the ANA Summer Seminar. Scholarships are also available from the ANA - see their website to apply. Applicants are normally not eligible to receive scholarships in the same year from both sources, however, exceptions may be considered if attending both sessions.
Two full scholarships (one adult currently valued at $1,100, and one YN valued at $1,050) are available each year to attend one session of the ANA Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Applications are usually due on March 1, and the winners are announced at the PNNA convention. See the scholarship application for details.
2017 scholarship application forms:
Applications are due February 15, 2017, because of the early dates of the Tukwila convention this year. Please consider applying!
Summary Report from 2008 Scholarship Winner Larry Gaye
Are all PNNA members aware of two $1,000 PNNA scholarships to attend the annual American Numismatic Association’s Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs? Two full scholarships are awarded, one to an adult and one to a young numismatist.
As a recipient of a 2008 scholarship I would like to encourage all of you to consider submitting an application for the scholarship. What have you got to loose other than an opportunity of a lifetime to pursue your collecting interest, or investigate a new one? The only requirement once you attend the session of your choice is to write a remembrance of your experience to be published in The Nor’Wester.
In case you are unfamiliar with it, the Summer Seminar is a two week immersion into the many aspects of numismatics taught by the best people in their fields, from digital coin photography to engraving dies.
The two weeks are actually two distinct sessions with totally different curriculum offerings: you can choose what aspect of the hobby you would like to investigate. There are also evening mini-seminars you can add on in case you haven’t had enough numismatics during the daytime sessions.
What a chance for a parent and junior to enjoy numismatics together. The junior programs are very well run, there is never a dull moment and the activities are amazing. A junior can look at collecting, writing articles, running an auction and very many other activities with adult chaperones to guide them along the path.
I hope all of you check out the PNNA site as well as the ANA’s site for information on Summer Seminar.
The application for numismatic nirvana is simple (see above). Check it out, who knows, maybe next year you will be on your way to Colorado Springs!
See link above for Larry's full 2008 scholarship report.