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Doctoral Degree Scholarships in Cancer Nursing
On August 11, 2015, a webinar was held for prospective applicants for the Doctoral Degree Scholarships in Cancer Nursing. The program director and other ACS staff described program requirements and how to use proposalCENTRAL to create and submit an application. If you would like a copy of the webinar, please contact Shannon Pair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadline: October 15
Note: Grant application materials become available July 1.
Doctoral Degree Scholarships in Cancer Nursing — Renewal
Eligible applicants are recipients of an initial 2-year Doctoral Degree Scholarships in Cancer Nursing who demonstrate satisfactory progress in their doctoral programs in cancer nursing research. The grant provides up to two additional years of funding with an annual stipend of $15,000.
Application Deadline: October 15
Note: grant application materials become available July 1.
Each year ANNA offers scholarships that provide funding to support members in their pursuit of higher education. ANNA also offers grants for clinical research projects and patient or staff education programs. The recipients of these scholarships and grants are recognized at the National Symposium.
The deadline for the current scholarships and grants cycle is October 15, 2015. For NIWI Grants (#306) and Research Grants (#310-#313, #317) only, the application submission deadline is November 15, 2015.
For more information, including eligibility criteria, click on a scholarship or grant in the list below.
- 201-205 – ANNA Career Mobility Scholarships (5 at $2,000)
- 207 – Angelini Pharma, Inc. Career Mobility Scholarship ($2,500)
- 209 – Janel Parker Career Mobility Scholarship ($2,500)
- 210-212 – NNCC Career Mobility Scholarships (3 at $2,000)
- 214 – Dare to Soar Career Mobility Scholarship ($1,000)
- 221 – ANNA Career Mobility Scholarship for Associate Members ($2,000)
- 304 – ANNA Clinical Practice Grants (3 at $2,500)
- 305 – Gloria Scharf Beedie Memorial Grant ($1,000)
- 306 – Nurse in Washington Internship (NIWI) Grant
- 310 – ANNA Research Grant
- 311-313 – Evidence-Based Practice Project Grants
- 317 – Barbara F. Prowant Nursing Research Grant
- 400 – National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) Scholarship – administered by the Foundation of the NSNA
Dorothy Budnek Memorial Scholarship
The Association for Radiologic and Imaging Nursing (ARIN) Dorothy Budnek Memorial Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to ARIN members who have returned to school to advance their nursing education. The recipient will receive a scholarship in the amount of $600.00. Individuals who have been members of ARIN for at least three years are eligible to apply for the Dorothy Budnek Memorial Scholarship.
Dorothy (Dot) Budnek began her career as a Radiologic Technologist. Dot strongly believed in the importance of the nurse’s role in radiology and returned to the University of South Carolina to pursue her BSN degree. She faithfully supported ARIN and attended classes at USC throughout her battle with breast cancer. In the memory of Dot, a faithful ARIN member and nursing education advocate, ARIN is proud to award a scholarship to a radiology nurse who is continuing his/her education.
Deadline for application submission is November 15.
To encourage the pursuit of knowledge in medicine, nursing, public health, nutrition, and exercise science, MyHeart is offering a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 for two students in post-secondary education(including medical school). MyHeart is specifically interested in providing scholarships to those with a passion for protecting America’s future generations from cardiovascular disease, although we will consider applications from students pursuing all areas of healthcare.
The Purpose of MyHeart
MyHeart is a collaboration of well-respected physicians and internationally known scientists dedicated to educating the public about cardiovascular disease and general health and wellness. MyHeart empowers subscribers to take control of their health by providing access to free online resources such as high-quality medical articles, patient narratives, and physician Q&A.
To be eligible for the MyHeart Scholarship, you must be:
- Interested in the study of cardiovascular health or the pursuit of a career in the healthcare industry.
- Pursuing an undergraduate, graduate, or medical degree
How to Apply
The application process is simple…accurately complete the application form below.
Applicants must also submit an essay explaining either a.) what you hope to accomplish with a career in healthcare OR b.) why you want to pursue a a career in healthcare in 500 words or less. Essay submissions exceeding 500 words will not be considered. This is intended to be a challenging and thought provoking exercise and will be the sole criteria for choosing the winning applicant(s). Please direct any questions to email@example.com.
The deadline for submissions is November 15, 2015 so we can choose a winner and disperse the funds in time for the Spring ’16 semester.
The 2015 Health Wonk Scholarship
As one of the longest running sources of in-depth information about the American health insurance industry and how it affects the U.S. healthcare system, healthinsurance.org understands keenly the critical need for individuals who are dedicated to better understanding the system’s challenges – and who are active in pushing for improvement in that system.
For this reason, healthinsurance.org is pleased to announce the 2015 Health Wonk Scholarship, an award that recognizes the work of students in many disciplines who are working to improve population health and improve the quality of health insurance coverage for all Americans.
By disseminating the contributions of scholarship entrants winners, healthinsurance.org also seeks to increase public awareness of the importance of expanding access to affordable, quality health insurance coverage.
How to apply
Applicants should apply by emailing the following to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A resume or curriculum vitae (CV).
- A 500-word personal biographical statement describing career objectives related to health.
- A 1,000- to 2,000-word essay on any topic pertinent to clinical care, public health research, health policy, or advocacy that describes opportunities for the improvement of health coverage, health care, and population health in the United States. The list below offers examples of potential essay topics that would be appropriate:
- Barriers to primary care within state Medicaid programs.
- Lessons learned assisting homeless individuals obtain psychiatric care in Boston.
- The impact of the Affordable Care Act on depression and hypertension among the previously uninsured.
- Medicaid-supported housing for “frequent-flyer” patients utilizing emergency department care.
- Improving quality and cost-effectiveness of Medicare Advantage health insurance plans.
Entrants authorize healthinsurance.org to publish any portion or all of their submitted essay, regardless of whether the applicant is selected as a finalist or winner.
Who can apply?
Any current, full-time master’s and doctoral student working in medicine, public health, nursing, and related fields at an accredited U.S. university or college is welcome to apply. There is no age requirement. Limited to U.S. residents.
When is the deadline to apply?
Entries must be submitted by November 30, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. The winning applicant will be selected January 5, 2016. The scholarship will be applied to 2015 spring semester (or quarter, if applicable) tuition.
Do I have to currently be enrolled in school to qualify?
Yes. The scholarship award will be sent directly to the financial aid office of the winning candidate’s institution.
Two gifts totaling $4,000 will be awarded. A Gold Scholarship will be awarded to the winning student in the amount of $2,500, and a Silver Scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $1,500.
Selection process and notification
A panel of judges will determine the winner. Harold Pollack will be the chair of the panel. Leading figures in medicine, public health, and health policy journalism will be chosen for the panel in consultation with healthinsurance.org. Winners will be notified by e-mail.
Applicants can submit questions to email@example.com
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.
Are you a caring, compassionate person who likes to help others? If so, you should consider a career in healthcare. Or maybe you are already pursuing a healthcare career. In either case, Holy Family Memorial offers scholarships to support students in a number of programs, including:
How to Apply
Download the HFM scholarship requirements for details on what is required. Then, complete an application, listing your area of study on the first page instead of a position. Make sure you include your expected date of graduation.
If selected to receive an HFM scholarship, financial assistance will be determined by healthcare career and school selected. Funding is granted on a per-semester basis and varies by full- or part-time enrollment.
Benefits of an HFM Scholarship
In addition to providing financial assistance while in school, Holy Family Memorial attempts to place scholarship recipients in their chosen field of study within our network after graduation. This means, you could have a job lined up at HFM even before you graduate!
For more information, please contact:
1-800-994-3662 ext. 4031
College of Health and Allied Development awards up to $9,400 to students who complete their baccalaureate degree program in nursing. Earn your BSN in 4 Semesters or less. Online and Residential classes available. Includes all General,
Required and Core Courses.
*Spaces are limited. Apply today!*
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.
This is an annual scholarship with a value of $400. The scholarship will be decided via a short essay contest. Applications will be opened on November 15th. Deadline for applications will be March 15th.
For the essay, in 1000 words or less, please elaborate on:
- Why you want to become a CNA
- Your personal need for the scholarship
- What service means to you
- Any extracurricular activities you’ve been involved that are related to the health care field
Please include your contact information with the submission. This would include name, number, email address, and phone number.
Criteria for the scholarship goes as follows:
- Must be a U.S. Citizen currently enrolled/finished with a CNA program within the United States
- Express a strong passion for service and care within the nursing profession via your essay
- Verification of acceptance into accredited or qualified educational program or
current proof of attendance of accredited program
- Must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher from most recent education program (High School, College, etc.)
Email your essay to Scholarship@cnacertification-training.com to enter the contest. Please apply within the allotted time so that you can be eligible. A winner will be notified by May 1st. Winner of the Scholarship will be asked for a testimonial to be placed on the site to help encourage further applicants.