What impacted your decision to become a medical professional? Answer that question in 300 words or less and you could be the recipient of $500 cash from Tafford’s Medical Scholarship Program.
Applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited nursing school, dental technician or veterinarian program, be 18 years of age and reside in the United States.
• Open to all legal residents, who reside and attend school in the United States
• 18 years of age or older
• Enrolled as a nursing, dental, or veterinarian student at an accredited college or university in the U.S. and have at least 1 semester remaining prior to graduation from the program
• Alternatively, they can be accepted to an accredited medical program for entry in the Fall 2015 Scholarship
• All applications must be received by midnight June 30, 2015. Winner will be notified no later than July 30, 2015
Terms and Conditions:
• Only one application per student, per scholarship period is accepted
• Once submitted, online applications cannot be modified nor deleted
• Cash award may be subject to tax
• By applying you are approving your name to be announced in Tafford emails, Tafford Facebook and on the Tafford website if you are a scholarship recipient
Ellis Injury Law Firm, a personal injury law firm in El Segundo, CA is offering an annual scholarship to students who are either members of an ethnic or racial minority, or an individual who has made a demonstrative commitment to diversity issues within his or her school and/or community. This scholarship is open to applicants across the country.
It is a $3,000 essay-based scholarship which will be awarded to 3 students in the amount of $1000 each.
This is a recurring deadline. The scholarship will rotate each year and be made available to new applicants.
The goal of the William K. Schubert Minority Nursing Scholarship Program is to increase the diversity of registered nurses at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and in our community. The program grants awards annually to assist with tuition and fees for individuals who are preparing to be pediatric registered nurses that provide patient care. These scholarships reflect a major commitment on the part of Cincinnati Children’s to assist with economic barriers that prevent some students from pursuing nursing careers.
Student should be a member of one of the underrepresented groups in the registered nursing profession. Underrepresented groups include male nurses / nursing students and nurses / nursing students who are American Indian or Alaskan Native, Black or African American, Hawaiian Native or other Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latino, and / or Asian including Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Asian Indian, Thai, or Vietnamese/Southeast Asian.
Student must be enrolled or accepted in a professional registered nurse program (bachelor’s or master’s degree) at an accredited school of nursing on a full-time or part-time basis.
Student must be seeking initial licensure as a registered nurse in the State of Ohio.
Student must have and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale.
If the student is a current Cincinnati Children’s employee, he/she must NOT be eligible for benefits under the Medical Center’s Tuition Reimbursement policy.
The award is a maximum of $2,750 per year. Funds are prorated for part-time enrollment status. Maximum time is extended for part-time study. Funds are sent directly to recipients’ schools to be used for tuition and fees only, not for living expenses.
Selections are made once per year and will be determined by the Scholarship Committee. The annual deadline for submitting a completed application is April 30. Early submissions are encouraged. Scholarship recipients will be evaluated based on the contents of their application packet and the completion of one video interview. Selections are announced on or before July 15.
$2,750 per year for up to 4 years (up to $11,000)
Scholarship is offered annually with the deadline always on April 30 each year.
Scholarships in the amount of $1,000 to $2,000 for undergraduate nursing students who are entering their senior year of nursing school. Deadline is April 30th of each year. Visit website for latest information.
The Kansas Nursing Service Scholarship requires an obligation to practice as a LPN or RN in Kansas and work for a sponsor. A sponsor means any adult care home, psychiatric hospital, medical care facility, home health agency, local health department or any state agency, which employs LPNs or RNs, licensed by the State of Kansas. The sponsor will provide partial scholarship funding and provide employment upon licensure of the recipient. Recipients must sign an agreements to practice nursing for a sponsor one year for each year of scholarship support. Priority Deadline: May 1.
Minority Nurse has teamed up with NCEMNA to co-sponsor an annual scholarship to help outstanding nurses from underrepresented groups complete their studies toward a Bachelor or Master of Science in Nursing. To date, we have awarded scholarships to more than 40 students, honoring their commitment to the profession, academic excellence, and community service.
We are currently accepting applications for our 16th annual scholarship competition, consisting of two $1,000 awards and one $3,000 award. Scholarships will be paid in summer 2015 for the fall 2015 academic term.
Who is Eligible
To apply for this scholarship, students must meet all four of the following criteria:
- Be a minority in the nursing profession
- Be enrolled (as of September 2015) in either the third or fourth year of an accredited BSN program in the United States OR an accelerated program leading to a BSN degree (such as RN-to-BSN or BA-to-BSN) OR an accelerated master’s entry program in nursing for students with bachelor’s degrees in fields other than nursing (such as BA-to-MSN). Graduate students who already have a bachelor’s degree in nursing are not eligible.
- Have a 3.0 GPA or better (on a 4.0 scale)
- Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
How to Apply
Complete and return this form along with all three of the following documents:
- Transcript or other proof of GPA
- Letter of recommendation from a faculty member outlining academic achievement
- A brief (250-word) written statement summarizing your academic and personal accomplishments, community service, and goals for your future nursing career
Important: An English translation must be provided for any documentation that is not in English.
The Eight and Forty Lung and Respiratory Disease Nursing Scholarship was established to assist registered nurses with advanced preparation for positions in supervision, administration or teaching. Students must have employment prospects in specific positions in hospitals, clinics or health departments upon completion of their education, and the position must have a full-time and direct relationship to pediatric lung and respiratory control.
Scholarship awards are $5,000 each.
Applicants must have a current registered nurse license.
Deadline for application is May 15, and recipients are announced July 1.
For more information:
NAANA is pleased to announce its annual scholarships, awarded to the most meritorious applicants who are engaged in studying nursing at the Associate Degree, Bachelor degree, Master’s degree or RN-BSN levels. Annually, awards are made, $500 to $1000 each, depending on the funds available in a given year for scholarships. The awards may be applied toward tuition and/or books in a given academic year.
Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited nursing program at the time of application, and should be pursuing a nursing program during the year for which the award is made. In order to be eligible, applicants must be of Arab heritage, citizens or permanent residents of the United States, and must reside within the US or its territories; further, applicants must be members of NAANA.
Provides scholarships for nursing students pursuing BSN, RN-to-BSN, MSN or PhD degrees. Must be a Mississippi resident attending a Mississippi school and agree to work as a nurse in Mississippi upon graduation. Also offers a Nursing Teacher Stipend Program for graduate students who agree to teach at an accredited nursing school in Mississippi.
The American Indian Nurse Scholarship Award Program was started by the NSCDA in 1927 to give students of American Indian descent the opportunity to pursue careers in nursing. The students are expected to return to work among their people to help improve health care. Some students work on reservations, and others find employment in hospitals in areas largely populated by American Indians. Intended originally to benefit females only, the program has expanded to include males and the career goals now include not only nursing careers, but jobs in health care and health education, as well.
The current goal is to grant a $1,500 scholarship each semester, as long as the student remains in academic good standing. The scholarship money is restricted to tuition and specific academic expenses. To meet the financial demands of their education, many students seek additional government grants and subsidies and maintain part-time jobs.