ANA Offers Summer Seminar Grant Opportunity for Young Numismatists

The American Numismatic Association (ANA) is proud to announce an exciting grant opportunity for Young Numismatists (YNs) aged 13-17, generously funded by the Thomas Family Foundation, on behalf of APMEX. This initiative aims to foster the passion for numismatics among young enthusiasts and provide them with a unique educational experience.

The grant opportunity invites applications for the 2024 Summer Seminar (, the premier educational event in the hobby, which will be held on the Colorado College campus adjacent to ANA headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The weeklong sessions are scheduled for June 16-19 and June 23-26, offering an immersive experience for participants. 

The grant program provides full and partial funding, covering room and board, tuition, and airfare for one week. Applicants will be selected based on a combination of need and merit, ensuring that deserving individuals have the opportunity to enhance their numismatic knowledge.

To apply for this grant program, eligible YNs must be full-time students aged 13-17. Applications are available at, where interested individuals can select “Summer Seminar” from the “Events” dropdown menu. The deadline for submitting applications is February 29, 2024, and all materials must be postmarked by this date.

For additional information or inquiries, interested parties can contact the ANA Seminars Department at (719) 482-9848 or via email at

The American Numismatic Association, a congressionally chartered, nonprofit educational organization, is dedicated to promoting the study and collection of coins and related items. With a mission to encourage the exploration of the world of money, the ANA provides a range of educational and outreach programs, along with its museum, library, publications, and conventions. 

For more information about the scholarship opportunity or the American Numismatic Association, please call (800) 367-9723 or visit

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