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Thanks to Scandinavia (TTS)

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TTS is the brainchild of Richard Netter and the late Victor Borge. It was established in 1963, as a commitment to spreading the story of rescue and expressing gratitude to Scandinavian citizens for their commitment to protecting and rescuing Jews during the Holocaust. Thanks To Scandinavia (TTS) programs have provided scholarships to more than 3,000 Scandinavian and Bulgarian medical graduate students to fund study in the United States and Israel . In 2006, at Mount Sinai Beth Israel and in conjunction with The Louis Armstrong Center for Music & Medicine, there are four yearly scholarship awards available. Two for students and two for faculty participating from the following countries: Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.
Training will take place under the Louis Armstrong Program for music therapy training at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York City . Supervision will be required for student scholars.
There will be an inaugural training on October 16th, 17th and 18th 2006 at Mount Sinai Beth Israel for all members of the Steering Committee. This one time orientation will provide opportunities for staff to present their individualized programs and principles. As well, the committee will develop a mission statement and objectives that will satisfy the vision of unified program efforts for student and faculty scholars in the coming years.

TTS Music Therapy Programs

The TTS exchange program for Music Therapists provides a Faculty Scholars program during the summer. Applicasnts should have a Masters or Doctorate degree and an interest in expanding their learning in medical music therapy. Airfare and housing are provided and a scholarship for learning about the Armstrong programs, research and trainings. There will be a Faculty Scholars program during the summer. Please e mail Joanne Loewy at JLoewy@chpnet.org if you are interested in applying and an application will be sent. Deadline for submission each year is March 1.

Faculty Scholars-Two weeks:
Beginning in the Summer of 2007 for two weeks during the month of July, and two weeks during the month of August, there will be a faculty scholar program. Two professors (in the two months respectively) will participate in a rotation within the Louis and Lucille Armstrong Music Therapy Program/ the Louis Armstrong Center for Music & Medicine.

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