IU School of Medicine Financial Aid Guide
Appendix: Restricted & Unrestricted Non-School Sources of Aid
Applications for Outside Scholarship Programs
Medical students are always encouraged to investigate other sources of scholarships and grants through hometown banks, churches, hospitals, and fraternal and professional organizations. In this section of the Financial Aid Guide, students will find scholarships and grant opportunities offered by organizations outside the IU School of Medicine. For the best results, students should contact organizations directly unless otherwise indicated. Remember, students are responsible for reporting any outside scholarships, grants or non-school sources of loans to MSA-SFS.
Scholarship Search Engines
A listing of Outside or Non-school Programs
Adams Rotary Memorial Fund
Our office received scholarship application information for the Adams Rotary Memorial Fund. Eligibility requirements include being graduates from a Howard County, Indiana, high school and must be enrolled in any accredited medical or nursing school in the United States. Deadline in March. Applications must be received by this date.
AEI Scholarship Fund
Educational grants are given only to female medical students accepted at or attending accredited medical schools in the United States. Grants must be certified each year. Two students are selected each year. Grant amounts may vary depending on the earnings of the fund. Write or call for applications, which are due May 30. Completion of the formal application is required. Contact:
AEI Scholarship Fund
c/o Key Bank, N.A.
100 S. Main St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Alaska Student Loan Program
Loans of up to $6,500 annually are available at 8 percent simple interest. Applicants must be Alaska residents (for a minimum of 24 months). Students residing in Alaska after completing their degrees may have up to 50 percent of the loan forgiven. Contact:
Alaska Student Loan Program
Division of Student Financial Aid
Box FP, 400 Willoughby
Juneau, AK 99811
Alpha Phi Foundation Octavia Brooks Memorial Scholarship
Scholarships are available to outstanding scholars of Alpha Phi women enrolled in accredited
U.S. medical schools. Contact:
Alpha Phi Scholarship Fund
1930 Sherman Avenue
Evanston, Illinois 60201
(847) 475-4532 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marshall H. and Nellie Alworth Memorial Scholarship Fund
Northern Minnesota residents majoring in basic science or medicine are eligible for scholarships. Contact:
Marshall H. and Nellie Alworth Memorial Fund
604 Alworth Building
Duluth, MN 55802 – (218) 722-9366
American Association of University Women Fellowship
The Association awards fellowships to assist women in their final year of training in medicine. Applicants must be fulltime students at an accredited U.S. institution. Applications available between July 1 and December 1. Contact:
AAUW Educational Foundation Programs
1111 16th St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20036 http://www.aauw.org
American Indian Graduate Center
The center offers graduate fellowships (to support master’s, doctoral or professional study) to Native Americans who are members of federally recognized tribes.
American Indian Graduate Center
4520 Montgomery Blvd., N.E., Suite 1B
Albuquerque, NM 87109 or call (505) 881-4584 or http://www.aigc.com
American Indian Scholarships Inc.
Fellowships of up to $10,000 are available to members of a federally recognized tribe. Recipients must be at least one fourth degree Indian blood, show proof of financial need, be admitted to an accredited graduate or professional college or attending on a fulltime basis, and maintain academic standards set by the graduate department. Contact:
American Indian Scholarships Inc.
335 Jefferson St. S.E., Ste. D
Albuquerque, NM 87108
American Medical Association Education and Research Foundation Scholarship
This foundation awards one scholarship of $3,000 on the basis of academic merit. To qualify, a medical student must be a high school graduate of Southeast Alaska. The scholarship is awarded for a period of one year, but recipients may reapply in subsequent years. Application materials are available after January 1. Contact:
Executive Secretary, AMA-ERF
535 N. Dearborn St.
Chicago, IL 60610
American Medical Women’s Association Inc. Medical Education Loans Wilhelm Frankowski Scholarship
The AMWA has limited loan funds for women who are enrolled in accredited U.S. medical schools or osteopathic medical schools, are in mid-first, second or third year are U.S. citizens or permanent resident, and are Student Members of the national AMWA are eligible to apply for a loan. Loan amounts are up to $2,000 – $2,500 per student, per year, for no more than a two-year period of eligibility with a maximum of $5,000 during medical school. Interest at 10% begins the December 15th after graduation and repayment commences the January 15th after graduation. Payment is to be completed within a three-year period. The deadline for receipt of completed applications is April 30. Supporting documentation will be accepted up to May 15. Contact:
Ms. Marie Glanz Special Programs Coordinator
American Medical Women’s Association Inc.
801 N. Fairfax St., Ste. 400
Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 838-0500
email@example.com or http://www.amwadoc.org
Heritage Fund: The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County
(IN Counties covered, Bartholomew, Brown, Dearborn, Jackson, Jennings)
Bartholomew/Brown County Medical Society Medical Education Scholarship – Established by the Bartholomew/Brown County Medical Society to support medical education.
Criteria: Residents of Bartholomew or Brown counties who are entering medical school as freshmen or who are in medical school as upperclassmen at an American Medical Association approved medical school located in the United States. Academic performance and financial need will be considered.
Keith Bean Medical Scholarship – Established by Dr. Keith Bean to help students pursuing their medical degrees. Dr. Bean received the Bartholomew/Brown County Medical Society Medical Education Scholarship from Heritage Fund for three consecutive years and created this fund in appreciation for assistance he received as a medical student.
Criteria: Past or current residents of Bartholomew or Brown County who are entering medical school as freshmen or who are in medical school as upperclassmen at an American Medical Association approved medical school located in the United States. Financial need will be considered. Applicants must have lived in Bartholomew or Brown County their senior year in high school.
Dr. Cleve James Francoeur, Jr. Memorial Scholarship – Established by Mr. & Mrs. Cleve J. Francoeur, Sr. in memory of their son. A graduate of Wabash College and Indiana University Medical School, Dr. Francoeur practiced dermatology in Bartholomew and Jackson Counties. He passed away in an automobile accident February 2007.
CRITERIA: High school students who graduated from a Bartholomew or Jackson County high school and who are entering medical school as freshmen or who are in medical school as upperclassmen at Indiana University Medical School. Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA.
The scholarship will be renewable for up to four years of medical school providing the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA.
There is one application to apply for these three scholarships. The Heritage Fund Combined Medical School Scholarship is available on the foundation’s website at www.heritagefundbc.org.
Dr. & Mrs. Edward L. Probst Medical School Scholarship — Established by Dr. and Mrs. Probst to assist students attending medical school. Dr. Probst, M.D., grew up in Dearborn County and practiced dermatology for over 30 years in Columbus. The Probsts are lifelong members of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod.
Criteria: Residents of Bartholomew, Dearborn, Jackson, or Jennings counties attending an American Medical Association approved medical school. Applicants must be a member of a Christian church with preference given to Lutherans.
Application Required: Dr. & Mrs. Edward L. Probst Medical School Scholarship Application.
Harold H. Heminger Graduate School Scholarship – Established by The Findlay Publishing Company of Findlay, Ohio, in memory of Harold H. Heminger, President of the Findlay Publishing Company from 1965 – 1983. The Findlay Publishing Company is the parent company of White River Broadcasting located in Columbus.
Criteria: Bartholomew County public, private or home schooled high school graduate who will be pursuing graduate studies at an accredited graduate or professional institution and demonstrates leadership, hard work, good citizenship, community service, dependability and character. Applicant must be a graduate or graduating senior of any higher education facility with a minimum GPA of 3.3. Applicant must be enrolled in or accepted for admission in an accredited graduate or professional institution, which normally maintains a regular faculty and curriculum and normal has a regular organized body of students in attendance in the place where its educational activities are carried on. The institution may include a college or university. Students who receive full scholarship support from others organizations/institutions will not be considered for this scholarship. Financial need will be considered.
Application Required: Harold H. Heminger Scholarship Application.
All applications are available for download on the foundation’s website. Completed applications must be received at the Heritage Fund office by February 15, 2008 at 4:00 p.m. This does not mean postmarked. The Heritage Fund office is located at 538 Franklin Street, Columbus, IN 47201. The mailing address is Heritage Fund, P.O. Box 1547, Columbus, IN 47202.
For further information about these scholarships, contact the Scholarship Manager by phone at 812-376-7772 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.O. Box 1547
Columbus, IN 47202-1547 (812) 376-7772
Dr. leslie M. Baker Memorial Scholarship at the Dearborn Community Foundation, Inc.
The Dr. leslie M. Baker memorial Scholarship Fund was established to help students seeking a doctorate in medicine. The fund was established by Dr. Steven Gerke, and the family of the late Dr. Baker. During Dr. Gerke’s college years, he had received financial aid anonymously. Dr. Gerke learned a few years later that Dr. Baker was the individual that had anonymously provided financial support for his education. He also learned that Dr. Baker had helped untold numbers of other Dearborn County students. The families of Dr. gerke and Dr. Baker were all so moved by Dr. Baker’s philanthropy that they established the memorial scholarship fund in the late doctor’s honor.
For more information, please visit www.dearborncf.org for the application/guidelines for the Dr. leslie M. Baker Memorial Scholarship, e-mail the dearborn Community Foundation program Director at email@example.com, or call the Dearborn Community Foundation at 812-539-4115.
The DEADLINE for this scholarship is typically early June on an annual basis. Please visit www.dearborncf.org to learn more.
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity Founders Fund
Scholarships are given only to members of Beta Theta Pi fraternities around the country pursuing graduate training in any area of study. Contact:
Beta Theta Pi Fraternity Founders Fund
P.O. Box 6277
Oxford, OH 45056 (513) 523-7591
The Bowen Scholarship Fund
The fund was established by Robert T. Bowen and his wife, Viola B. Bowen to assist graduates of a Howard County, Indiana high school who are enrolled at a accredited medical or nursing school in the United States. Applications will be available at MSA-SFS or at the address below. Deadline is in March. Contact:
Bowen Scholarship Fund
KeyBank National Association
224 North Main Street
Kokomo, IN 46901-4624
Nellie Lingo Burger Scholarship
The Nellie Lingo Burger Scholarship Fund was established by Mrs. Nellie Lingo Burger in honor of her late husband, who was a physician in Pike County, Ind. First preference for this need based, renewable scholarship will be given to graduates of a Pike County, Ind., high school. Candidates will be identified by the IU School of Medicine Scholarship Committee and recommended to the Trust Officer at the Citizens State Bank in Petersburg, Ind.
Business and Professional Women’s Foundation Scholarship
Scholarships of $500-$1,000 are available to women who are 25 years of age or older, citizens of the U.S., and within 24 months of graduation from an accredited course of study at a U.S. institution. Application deadlines are April 15 and September 15. For an application send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
Business and Professional Women’s Foundation
2012 Massachusetts Ave., N. W.
Washington, DC 20036
Canadian Higher Education Loan Program (CanHELP)
This innovative program is designed to increase the opportunities for Canadian citizens who wish to study at colleges and universities in the United States. Students must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents and enrolled at approved colleges and universities. Applicants must satisfy credit approval criteria. Students may apply for up to the cost of education including tuition, fees, room and board, and all costs of attending colleges in the US. Contact:
International Education Finance Corporation
424 Adams Street
Milton, MA 02186 – (617) 696-7840
John and MaryAnn Chapman Fort Wayne North Side High School Medical Education Scholarship Fund
Interest free loans are available to graduates of North Side High School pursuing an education at an accredited medical school. The recipient repays the interest free loan within 10 years of graduation or withdrawal from medical school. The amount of the loan will be determined based on the number of applicants each year. For an application contact:
Sharon Callender Fort Wayne Community Schools
826 Ewing St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46802 (260) 425-7440
Chinese American Physicians’ Society Scholarship
There will be a minimum of five scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 each to needy medical students this year (2008). They are currently in the progress of accepting applications from students who are currently enrolled in medical school. The closing date for applying will be February 28, 2008. Notification of recipients will occur in March, 2008. The awards will be presented at the society’s annual award banquet in Oakland, CA on April 5, 2008.
The society was established by a group of concerned physicians of Chinese descent in 1977 in the San Francisco area. Today, the society’s membership consists of various ethnic groups and races. The applicants are judged according to their academic achievements, financial needs, community service records and their views on the practice of medicine as expressed in their essays.
Lawrence M. Ng, M.D., Chair
Chinese American Physicians Society
345 Ninth Street, Suite 204
Oakland, CA 94607-4206
Ty Cobb Educational Fund
Scholarships are available to Georgia residents who have completed one year in an accredited institution of higher learning; graduate school scholarships are available to law, medical, or dental students. The student must demonstrate financial need. Contact:
Ty Cobb Educational Fund
P.O. Box 4655
Atlanta, GA 30302
These foundations have assisted medical students from their county. Each county has scholarship programs to assist medical students from their immediate areas.
Scholarship Chair-Everett and Ethel Vandermark Scholarship Fund
Kosciusko County Foundation
117 West Center Street, Suite B
Warsaw, Indiana 46580
Nancy Plummer, Executive Director
Noble County Community Foundation
2092 North State Road 9
Albion, IN 46701 (219) 636-3436
Bette Erxleben, Executive Director
The Wells County Foundation Inc.
P.O. Box 60
Bluffton, IN 46714 (219) 824-8620
Community Foundation of Grant County
505 West Third Street
Marion, IN 46952
Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
1500 Main Street – Suite 2300
P.O. Box 15769
Springfield, MA 01115
Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarships
State and local chapters of the DAR have their own particular programs. Specific to medical students, the DAR offers the $5,000 Irene and Daisy MacGregor Memorial Scholarship, awarded annually for up to four years to a student enrolled in an accredited medical school. An annual transcript is required for renewal. In addition, the DAR awards the $5,000 Alice W. Rooke Scholarship every year. Applications are due to the National Chairman by April 15; awards are made in June. Contact:
DAR Scholarship Committee National Chairman
4692 Cypress Drive
Brunswick, OH 44212
Dearborn County Hospital Foundation Scholarship and Grant/Loan Program
Dearborn County Hospital Foundation offers scholarships and grants/loans to qualifying individuals interested in pursuing careers in the health care field. Applicants must be residents of (or graduates of a high school in) Dearborn, Ohio, Switzerland, Ripley or Franklin counties in Indiana. Awards range from $3,000 to $5,000 annually. Contact:
Anita Benning (812) 537-8190
Scholarships are offered to members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. Initial approach is by letter, including a transcript, recommendations, verification of financial need, and statement of qualifications and goals. Contact:
16 E. 64th St.
New York, NY 10021 (212) 986-6320
Charles Drew Scholarship Loan Fund
This fund assists minority residents of Florida who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Need, academic standing and fulltime enrollment are among the criteria for eligibility for the $2,500 loan. Contact:
Charles Drew Scholarship Loan Fund
P.O. Box 431427
Los Angeles, CA 90043
Dr. Ferrell W. Dunn Memorial Scholarship Fund
Established to assist graduates of Delaware County, Ind., high schools who are enrolled in an accredited premedical school and/or medical school in the United States and demonstrate: an aptitude and desire to study and practice medicine, financial need, and scholastic achievement. Preference is given to students who are accepted or continuing in medical school. Applications are accepted between January 1 and April 1. Contact:
Dr. Ferrell W. Dunn Memorial Scholarship Fund
First Merchants Bank, N.A.
P.O. Box 792
Muncie, IN 47308-0792
DuPage Medical Society Scholarship
Scholarships of $500-$1,000 are available to students who live in DuPage County, Ill., demonstrate financial need, and plan to enter the health field. Contact:
DuPage Medical Society Foundation
800 Roosevelt Road
Building B, Ste. 300
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
Max M. Earl Memorial Scholarship for Howard County Residents
I just received information and applications for the Max M. Earl Memorial Scholarship Program offered by the Howard County Community Foundation in Kokomo, IN. Applicants must be current residents of Howard County, or who graduated from a Howard County High School, and who are accepted to attend the Indiana University School of Medicine. Such students should be deserving of financial assistance and be pursuing a degree as a medical doctor.
The scholarship recipients shall be determined based on need, academic achievement, and without regard to race, gender, religion or religious affiliation. The scholarship awards shall be made based on the following criteria:
a. good character
b. good citizenship
c. above average intelligence
d. good scholastic record
e. recommendation from a non family member; and
f. financial need
Applicants must submit a copy of acceptance letter from the IUSM. Applications shall be held in strict confidence. This shall be the responsibility of the Community Foundation of Howard County, Inc.
The application deadline is March 28, 2008. The scholarships may be renewable, subject to review by the scholarship committee and the availability of sufficient funds, and subject to the student making satisfactory progress toward their degree.
Completed application shall be sent to Community Foundation of Howard County, Inc.., 202 N. Main Street, Kokomo, IN 46901. For more information, please call (765) 454-7298 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their web site for information about other scholarships through the Community Foundation: www.cfhoward.org.
If you wish an application, contact me or Rita Flynn at email@example.com.
Nellie C. Ensminger Scholarship Fund
Funds are available to residents of Hendricks County who have graduated from the Danville Community School Corporation in Danville, Ind. For more information, contact:
Mrs. Mary C. Lehr
The Huntington Trust Company, N.A.
Columbus, OH 43287 (614) 463-4643
Fayette Memorial Hospital Financial Support Package for Medical Students and Residents
For medical students and residents interested in practicing family medicine, general internal medicine, pediatric medicine, obstetrics and gynecology or the combined specialty of medicine and pediatrics in Fayette County, Ind., this program provides $10,000 per year in financial aid for each year of medical school and $20,000 per year for each year of residency, for a total not to exceed $120,000. Actual amounts of support will be reviewed for inflation as needed. The hospital will provide an average of one scholarship per year in one of the above specialties, and at the end of the physician’s residency program will provide a financial support package competitive with the regional market for up to two years. Interested students or residents may enter this program at any time during their medical training, with the understanding that already accrued loans are eligible for assumption by the hospital in amounts not exceeding those noted above.
In return for the financial aid, the physician is expected to establish a fulltime practice in Fayette County, enter into a contractual arrangement with the hospital and obtain privileges at Fayette Memorial Hospital. The obligation of the loan will be forgiven in the order it was accrued in an annual amount equal to each year’s maximum amount as per the guidelines above, i.e., $10,000 for the first year of service, etc. While an outstanding amount remains, recipients of this aid are required to maintain a term life insurance policy equivalent to the amount of the outstanding obligation naming the hospital as beneficiary.
Individuals who wish to apply for this aid may send inquiries or résumés to:
Mr. William S. Abbot, Executive Director
Fayette Memorial Hospital Association Inc.
1941 Virginia Ave.
Connersville, IN 47331
Medical Staff Coordinator’s Office
Fayette Memorial Hospital Association Inc.
1941 Virginia Ave
Connersville, IN 47331 (765) 827 -7705 or 827-7787
J. Hugh and Earle W. Fellows Memorial Fund
Loans are made to students of medicine who reside in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, or Walton counties, Fla., and agree to pursue their professions in this area for five years after graduation. Applications by letter are accepted throughout the year. Interviews are occasionally required and granted upon request. Interest on the loans ordinarily is not charged until one year after graduation. Contact:
Fellows Memorial Fund
P.O. Box 12950
Pensacola, FL 32576
Carmela Gagliardi Fellowships
Through the Carmela Gagliardi Foundation, a fellowship is available to Italian American students accepted or presently attending an accredited U.S. medical school. Student must rank in the upper 25% of their class and demonstrate a real financial need. Five $5,000 fellowships awarded. Please send all inquires about the National Italian American Foundations fellowships in writing to:
Dr. Maria Lombardo, Education Director
The National Italian American Foundation
1860 19th Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20009 (202) 530-5315
Florence J. Gemmill Scholarship
Preference will be given to residents of Grant County, Ind., who demonstrate financial need and have been accepted by an accredited college, university or professional school. A short résumé of high school and college activities, community service, employment record and intention for the future will be required, in addition to copies of college transcripts. Write to the Gemmill Foundation in January or February for an application.
The Gemmill Foundation
Union Planters Trust Department
402 S. Washington St., P.O. Box 449
Marion, IN 46952-0449
Fort Wayne Educational Foundation
Permanent residents of Allen County or graduates of a Fort Wayne high school are eligible to apply for low interest loans. No interest accrues on the loan while the student is still in school. Interest begins accruing 90 days after graduation at the prime interest rate at that time. Loans are to be repaid within five years. Contact:
Maurien Grinsvelder, Executive Director
Fort Wayne Educational Foundation
P.O. Box 5224
Ft. Wayne, IN 46895-5224 (260) 481-6256
Addison H. Gibson Foundation
Loans are available for male and female students residing in western Pennsylvania after at least one year’s self maintenance in medical school or a graduate degree program. Loans are interest bearing and are to be repaid beginning one year after completion of education. Students are required to show the disposition of the funds borrowed and to submit their academic reports to the foundation at regular intervals. Contact:
Addison H. Gibson Foundation
1 PPG Place, Ste. 2230
Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 261-1611
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Glasson Fund
Residents of Shelby County, Ind., who are medical students are eligible for these fellowships. Contact:
Mr. Richard Kiefer or Rod Meyerholtz
33 West Broadway
Shelbyville, IN 46176 (317) 398-6501
Fred A. and Nannie O. Graham Foundation
Low interest loans are available to students from Sullivan County, Ind. Contact:
First National Bank and Trust
Grant County Medical Society Scholarship
Grant County, Ind., residents and students who are interested in establishing a practice in Grant County, former MECO students of Marion General Hospital, and students personally recommended by members of the Grant County Medical Society, are eligible for this scholarship. Preference will be given to students in financial need who are descendants of deceased Grant County physicians. The Grant County Medical Society will select the scholarship recipients. The MSA-SFS gives a list of Grant County students enrolled in the IU School of Medicine to the Grant County Medical Society.
The Roy Haggerty Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Roy Haggerty Memorial Scholarship Fund was created by Roy’s wife, Donnabelle Haggerty, as a legacy in Roy’s name to help the students of Fulton County with the costs of education. Roy and Donnabelle Haggerty were both from Fulton County. Roy loved playing with the Skidmores. While unable to make a professional team, Roy traveled in several different states to play for Rochester. Roy attended the University of Minnesota, studying building design. he worked in Chicago and later in Elkhart with his own building design business. His architectural designs included the LaVille Schools. While Roy wanted to be a doctor and saved his money for that purpose, his family could not afford to send him to medical school. Donnabelle, nee Coakley, came from a small family. Her father was a railroader in Chicago. She attended college while living in Chicago. As a skilled musician, she was a symphony harpist with numerous symphonies including the South Bend Symphony. Donnabelle donated her harp to the Harp Collection at Indiana University. Roy and Donnabelle both played with the Rochester High School Orchestra.
The purpose of the Roy Haggerty Memorial Scholarship is to provide scholarships for qualified students interested in higher education who are enrolled full-time and attend Indiana University, Bloomington, or one of its regional campuses. Several scholarships will be awarded each year for $1,000 or more. The following criteria applies:
Must be residents and domiciliary of Fulton County, Indiana, at the time the grant or scholarship is awarded.
Full-time students at Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana or one of the Indiana University Regional campuses. For medical students, this means the IUPUI campus.
Factors considered for selection:
2. Good Moral Character
3. Mental Attitude
4. Financial Need
5. Employment History
6. Marital and Family Status
7. Intent to Return to Fulton County
Preference in Awarding Scholarship (in the following order) :
1. Students enrolled in or attending the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
2. Students enrolled in or attending the Indiana University school of Music
3. Students enrolled in or attending the Indiana University majoring in liberal arts.
4. Students enrolled in or attending Indiana University who are members of the varsity baseball team irrespective of the campus in which said student is enrolled.
5. Any other student enrolled in or attending Indiana University
The Selection Committee shall be comprised of:
1. Superintendent of Schools, Rochester Community School Corporation, Rochester, IN
2. Principal, Rochester, IN High School
3. Administrator, Woodlawn Hospital, Rochester, IN
4. Judge, Fulton Circuit Court, Rochester, IN
5. Bank Officer, Indiana Lawrence Bank, Rochester, IN
Deadline for application and all attachments is March 1. Applications are available in the Medical Science Building, MS119. For an application, please contact.
Indiana Lawrence Bank – Trust Investment Services
729 Main Street
P.O. Box 567
Rochester, IN 46975
Hawaii Community Scholarship Program
Residents of Hawaii who are attending an accredited medical school and demonstrate financial need are eligible for scholarships of $200 to $2,000. A FAFSA must be filed by February 1. Other materials are due by March 1. Contact:
Community Scholarship Program
HCS Council, Room 602 200 N. Vineyard Blvd.
Honolulu, HI 96817
Hendricks Community Hospital Guild, Inc.
Residents of Hendricks County who are attending an accredited medical school and demonstrate financial need are eligible for scholarships of up to $1,500. Contact:
Hendricks Community Hospital Guild
1000 E. Main Street
Danville, IN 46122
Mary E. Hill Memorial Fund
These awards are given to students in the fields of health and medicine. Preference is given to minorities and residents of Wayne Co., Ind.
Charlie Ball, Director
Wayne County Community Foundation
33 S. 7th Street
Richmond, IN 47374 (765) 962 -1638
Howard Community Hospital Foundation Maude Kelly Scholarship Fund
The purpose of this scholarship fund is to establish an ongoing source of financial encouragement and motivation to students pursuing degrees and certificates in health care professions. Applicants for scholarships will be assessed by the scholarship committee and scholarship awards are based on financial need, academic achievement, and the likelihood of the recipient pursuing his or her career in Howard County and contiguous counties. Applications must be received by March 1 for consideration. For application write or call:
Nancy A. Madru, Executive Director
Howard Community Hospital Foundation
3500 S. LaFountain Street
P.O. Box 9011
Kokomo, IN 46904-9011 (765) 453-8458
Huntington County HELP Inc. for Disabled Citizens
Students from Huntington County, Ind., who are interested in health fields related to the handicapped or disabled are eligible to apply for this award. To apply contact the MSAA-SFS.
Illinois Hospital Council on Volunteer Scholarship
Illinois residents in an accredited health careers program are eligible to apply for scholarships of $500. Contact:
Illinois Hospital Association Council on Volunteers Center for Health Affairs
1151 E. Warrenville Road
Naperville, IL 60566
Indiana Black Expo Scholarship Program
The IBE Scholarship Program is designed to recognize students who are Indiana residents, and have attained outstanding scholastic achievement, shown unusual artistic/creative promise, or demonstrated talents in the technical/vocational arts. Applications must be submitted by the first week in May. For applications and more information, contact:
Indiana Black Expo -IBE Scholarship Program
3145 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208
International Order of the King’s Daughters and Sons Health Careers Scholarship Program
Students of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physical or occupational therapy, medical technologies, nursing and selected other health fields are eligible for these scholarships. Most awards are $1,000; others are less. There is no obligation to repay. Applicants must be U.S. or Canadian citizens enrolled fulltime in an accredited U.S. or Canadian school. Medical and dental students may apply for awards for the second and following years of medical or dental school. Priority is given to applicants from areas that support this scholarship program. For an application form, write a letter stating the field and year of study and enclose a stamped, self-addressed business size envelope. Send to:
Health Careers Director
Brookhaven, MS 39602-1310
We have information about the program in the office, firstname.lastname@example.org
Japanese Medical Society of America Inc.
The New York City-based society is a group of physicians and other medical workers of Japanese descent. Five awards ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 each will be made based on evaluation of individual merit and need. Application forms are available at JMSA website www.jmsa.org. Deadline is March 1, 2005.
Attention: Yuzuru Anzai
Japanese Medical Society of America Inc. Scholarship
345 East 37th Street #208
New York, NY 10016
(212) 263-8682 FAX (212) 882-5852
Jewish Foundation for Education of Women Scholarship for Emigres in the Health Professions
The foundation offers scholarships and loans for women entering medicine. Students do not have to be Jewish to apply, but must be female and must be an immigrant from the former Soviet Union. Application required by December 30. Contact:
Jewish Foundation for Education of Women
330 W. 58th St., Ste. 5J
New York, NY 10019 (212) 265-2565 www.jfe.org
THE JEWISH FEDERATION of METROPOLITAN CHICAGO ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Educational scholarship funds from the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago are available for college and graduate students for the 2008-2009 academic year. Approximately $500,000 is available for Jewish students who are identified as having promise for significant contributions in their chosen careers, and are in need of financial assistance for full-time academic programs primarily in the helping professions.
Academic requirements include:
Graduate-level enrollment in a “helping profession” program, such as medicine, human services, the rabbinate, or Jewish communal service;
Or vocational or undergraduate training in helping sectors requiring no post-graduate education for employment, such as education or nursing;
Or mathematics and engineering, or other sciences;
Or performing/fine arts;
Or communications at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign;
Or law, in the helping sector.
Legal domicility in the greater Chicago metropolitan area, or in some cases, Cook County or Northwest Indiana. Refugees or asylees are encouraged to apply, as citizenship is not a prerequisite.
Jewish Vocational Service administers the scholarship program and personally interviews all applicants before April 20,2008 at one of its many offices throughout the Chicago metropolitan area.
To apply, go to www.jvschicago.org and click on Scholarship Services. For additional information or questions, call the JVS Scholarship Secretary at (312) 673-3457 or e-mail email@example.com. Application deadline is February 15, 2008.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Graduate Fellowships
Scholarships of $1,000 are available to women graduate students. Applicants must have attended, or plan to attend, an institution where a chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma is located. U.S. or Canadian citizenship is required. Applications must be requested by February 1 and submitted by February 15. Contact:
Kappa Kappa Gamma Graduate Fellowships
530 E. Town St. , P.O. Box 2079
Columbus, OH 43216
William M. Keller Scholarship
Applicants must be residents of Bartholomew County, Ind., and graduates of a Bartholomew county high school. They must also be pursuing post-secondary education in one of the following fields of study: medicine, nursing, science, engineering, technical. Write to the following address for an application:
William M. Keller Memorial Scholarship
c/o Trust Department, Irwin Union Bank
P.O. Box 929
Columbus, IN 47202-0929
Kelly Prentiss Scholarship
La Porte County, Ind., natives may be eligible for a $1,000 scholarship during their fourth year in medical school. Applications must be received by May 1 of the year in which students would be entering their fourth year. To receive information and applications, please contact:
Jason McDaniel, Personal Investment Manager
IMS Investment Management
P.O. Box 1125
Michigan City, IN 46361 (219) 874-9204
Kendrick Scholarships for Morgan County Students
The Kendrick Scholarships are presented by the Kendrick Foundation in Mooresville, IN and can pay up to $10,000 per year per student for up to 6 years.
About the Program
For more than 100 years, Kendrick memorial Hospital provided specialized, top-quality healthcare in a homelike environment. The hospital was a leader in the Mooresville community, setting high standards for business and benchmark examples for community involvement. The sale of the hospital gave it a new name, but the Kendrick name lives on through the Kendrick Foundation, Inc. Formed to support health-care-related issues in Mooresville and the surrounding area the Kendrick Memorial Foundation assures that our community’s health care issues are addressed for generations to come.
Building on that commitment, the Kendrick Foundation, Inc., has established scholarships which will provide support for Morgan County Residents who are pursuing a career in the health-care field. The scholarships are for tuition only, up to a maximum of $10,000 per person per year for a maximum of 6 years.
Scholarship recipients are completely free to choose which educational institution they would like to attend, with preference being given to candidates who will attend Indiana schools. The recipients will be known as Kendrick Scholars.
Each Kendrick Scholar must affirm the following statements:
“It is my intent to complete a course of study in a health-care field.”
“I understand that the total amount of my scholarship will be based on my chosen school’s/program’s tuition for the school year and the decision of the Kendrick Foundation Board of Directors regarding what percentage of tuition to fund. I further understand that my scholarship will not exceed $10,000 per year for a maximum of 6 years, and may be less than that amount or for a shorter term.”
“I will keep the Kendrick Foundation, Inc., apprised annually of my academic status during my course of study.”
“I understand that the Kendrick Scholarship will be paid directly from the Kendrick Foundation, Inc., to the educational institution I attend.”
“I understand that the awards will be announced in the Spring of 2003.”
The Kendrick Scholars will be chosen by the s-x-member Board of Directors of the Kendrick Foundation, Inc. The application encompasses the selection criteria which will be used.
How to apply
Scholarship applications are available by contacting the guidance departments of Morgan County High Schools or the Kendrick Foundation Office, c/o Community Foundation of Morgan County, Inc., 250 North Monroe Street, Mooresville, IN 46158, (317) 831-1232 or (877) 822-6958 (toll free). Applications must be received in the Kendrick Foundation office by noon on January 31, 2003 in order to qualify for consideration.
Kent Medical Foundation
Scholarships and loans for tuition and fees are provided to residents of Kent and bordering counties in Michigan (which include Calhoun, Kalamazoo, Muskegon, and others) who are pursuing a career in medicine or an allied health field. Students are encouraged to apply after the first year of medical school. Contact:
Kent Medical Foundation
220 Cherry St.
Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 458-4157
Knights of Dabrowski Loan Fund
Students must be U.S. citizens or legal aliens of Polish descent who have been Chicago metropolitan area residents for at least two years prior to application (includes Northern Indiana and Southern Wisconsin county areas). Applications must be received by April 30. Contact:
Ms. Stephanie Jagielski, Executive Director
Crusade for Education
5723 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Chicago, IL 60646 (312) 792-1800
The Kosciuszko Foundation Scholarships
A variety of scholarships, grants, and loans are available to Americans of Polish background. Generally, evidence of interest in the Polish community must be supplied. Applicants must be permanent residents of the U.S. For further information and applications, contact:
The Kosciuszko Foundation
15 E. 65th St
New York, NY 10021
LaPorte Hospital Foundation Robert W. Kepler, M.D., Award
This award was created to honor Robert W. Kepler, M.D., an outstanding LaPorte area family physician and Foundation Leader. An award of $10,000 is made annually to an outstanding student pursuing a career in medicine. Students must have been accepted into a medical school accredited in conjunction with the American Medical Association or the American Osteopathic Association. Residents of LaPorte Regional Health Systems (LRHG) service area will be given preference in the selection process. This award is made with the expectation that the recipient will establish a medical practice in the LRHS service area and become a member of the hospital’s medical staff. The requirement is one year of practice in return for each award received. The alternative to fulfilling this requirement is repayment of the award with interest of 12 percent per annum. Full reimbursement must be made within 24 months after completion of medical training. Completed applications must be sent by April 1 to:
LaPorte Hospital Foundation
LaPorte Regional Health System
P.O. Box 250
LaPorte, IN 46352 (219) 326-2471
Charles A. Lauffer Trust
The trust makes loans of a maximum of $3,000 per year only to medical students in their third or fourth years. The interest rate is 2 percent, with payments and interest beginning one year after graduation or withdrawal from medical school. Students have ten years in which to repay the loans. Applications are available in March. Contact:
Ms. Elizabeth Knowles
Charles A. Lauffer Trust Nations Bank
P.O. Box 15507
St. Petersburg, FL 33733 (813) 827-6907
Marcus and Theresa Levie Educational Fund
Scholarships are awarded to Jewish students who are residents of Cook County, Ill., and have financial need to complete their professional training in the helping professions. The deadline for applications is March 1 with applications being accepted November through February. Initial approach is by letter or phone. For an application, contact:
Marcus/Theresa Levie Educational Fund
c/o Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago
1 S. Franklin St.
Chicago, IL 60606 (765) 346-6700
Dr. Malcom Memorial Trust Fund
Natives of Wayne County, Ind., with financial need who have successfully completed their first year of medical school and wish to continue their medical training are eligible for low-cost loans through this trust. To apply, students from Wayne County should contact MSAA-SFS or:
Bank One, Richmond, N.A. Trust Department
7th and Promenade
Richmond, IN 47374 (317) 935-1111
MAP Reader’s Digest International Fellowship
This fellowship provides selected senior medical students with firsthand experience in missionary medicine through an externship that will expose them to the cultural, social and health related problems characteristic of developing countries, in the hope that they will seriously consider career involvement in medical missions. Grants cover 75 percent of the least expensive roundtrip air fare. In most instances, students pay room and board as well as the remaining 25 percent of travel costs. For more information and to obtain a copy of the application, write to:
RDIF Coordinator, MAP International
Brunswick, GA 31520
Thomas Brown McClelland Trust
Legal residents (for five years prior to application) of Dade County, Fla., are eligible for scholarship grants. Applicants must complete an application and an interview. Contact:
The Thomas Brown McClelland Trust Rotary Club of Miami
330 Biscayne Blvd., #1009
Miami, FL 33132
Edward Arthur Mellinger Educational Foundation Inc.
The foundation awards loans to medical students attending institutions in the Midwest. The loans are at 6 percent with repayment of the loan principal and interest beginning one year after graduation or ceasing to attend medical school. Students are given up to ten years to repay. Loan amounts are up to $2,500 per year. Write for a loan application in February. The deadline for applications is May 1: no applications will be accepted after that date. Contact:
Mellinger Educational Foundation Inc.
1025 Broadway, P.O. Box 770
Monmouth, IL 61462
Memorial Hospital Foundation, Seymour, IN
Memorial Hospital Foundation offers scholarships to residents of Jackson County attending medical school. For more information, contact:
Memorial Hospital Attn: Joe Joiner
411 West Tipton Street
Seymour, IN 47274
Middlesex County Medical Society
Scholarships are given for the study of medicine, nursing or pharmacy only to residents who have lived at least five years in Middlesex County, N.J. The deadline for applications is February 1. Contact:
Middlesex County Medical Society Foundation Inc.
575 Cranbury Road, B7 E. Brunswick
Franklin Park, NJ 08816 (908) 257-6800
Mississippi Graduate and Professional Scholarship
Scholarships are available to residents of Mississippi who attend institutions outside the state and were not accepted at a Mississippi medical school. Contact:
Mississippi Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning
3825 Ridgewood Road, Box 2336
Jackson, MS 39205
Elsie B. Moore Scholarship Fund
Grants are available to medical students who are permanent residents of the state of Delaware. The scholarship is renewable and is awarded on the basis of academic excellence. Applications are available in March. Contact:
Bank of Delaware Trust Department (302) 4291109
National Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Scholarships are available to undergraduate and graduate students who are U.S. citizens of Mexican American, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Caribbean, Central American or South American heritage. Students must have completed a minimum of 15 units of college work prior to application. Contact:
Selection Committee National Hispanic Scholarship Fund
P.O. Box 748
Novato, CA 94948
The National Italian American Foundation: NIAF and Sigma Tau Pharmaceuticals
Third and fourth-year medical students (need not be Italian) who have demonstrated an interest in the areas of cardiology and neurology are eligible to apply for two medical scholarships worth $5,000 each. The selection criteria include academic achievement and financial need. The Giargiari Family Fellowship and the Carmela Gagliardi Fellowship awards of $5,000 for second, third and fourth-year students are also available. These programs are based on financial need and academic achievement. Applications are due by May 30. For application forms, contact:
Dr. Maria Lombardo Scholarship Program
The National Italian American Foundation
1860 19th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009 (202) 387-0600
National Medical Fellowships Inc.
Financial support is available for U.S. citizens who are members of the following groups currently underrepresented in the medical profession: African Americans, American Indians, Mexican Americans and mainland Puerto Ricans. An applicant must be a first or second-year student. Awards are based primarily on financial need. The deadline for incoming students is August 31. However, new students should apply upon being accepted to medical school. The deadline for first-year students to apply for support for the second year is April 30. Applications may be obtained from:
National Medical Fellowships Inc.
5 Hanover Square, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10004 (212) 483-8880
Nesbitt Medical Student Foundation
Scholarships are given to medical students who are in need of financial assistance. To be eligible, an applicant must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of Illinois, and either accepted or enrolled at an approved college of medicine. Preference will be given to women, persons who are or have been residents of DeKalb County, Ill., and students already attending a medical school in Illinois. Write the foundation directly for an application. Contact:
Nesbitt Medical Student Foundation
c/o The National Bank & Trust Company of State St.
230 W. Sycamore
Sycamore, IL 60178 (815) 895-2125
James R. Nicholl Memorial Foundation
Scholarships of $2,000 per year are available for needy students in postgraduate study. Recipients must be residents of Lorain County, Ohio. Contact:
The James R. Nicholl Memorial Foundation Trust Department
The Central Trust Co. of Northern Ohio
Lorain, OH 44052
The Jane Hultquist Pearson Fund
Medical student awards are made only to residents of 11 school districts in the Jamestown, N.Y., area. Applications are available in December of every year with deadlines in January. Contact:
Chautauqua Region Community Foundation Inc. c/o Ms. Bracey
104 Hotel Jamestown Office Building
Jamestown, NY 14701 (716) 488-0387
The Pennsylvania Medical Missionary Society
The Pennsylvania Medical Missionary Society Financial aid from this organization is based on the potential applicant’s serving in a foreign mission field. The amount of the assistance is determined by the tuition and the need of the student. It is also a desire of the Society that the applicant be accepted by a board of foreign missions. For information contact:
Mrs. Jay MacMoran
435 Righter’s Mill Road
Narberth, PA 19072 (215) 644-5115
Paul and Shirley Philpott Medical Scholarship
Awards are for Kingman, Ind., area medical students who will practice medicine in Kingman upon qualification. Grants up to $10,000. Contact:
Paul and Shirley Philpott Medical Scholarships
c/o Lythe Harrison, Co-Trustee
Three Fountain Square
Covington, IN 47932
Plummer Scholarship Fund
Established in 1992 by the will of Dwaine E. Plummer in memory of his wife, Louise M., this fund is for graduates of a Howard County, Ind., high school who are enrolled in any accredited medical or nursing school in the United States. Fields of medicine in which students must be enrolled include pre-medicine and medicine, so long as such programs result in an M.D. degree. Deadline is March 22, 2002. Application forms may be obtained from the MSAA-SFS and sent to:
Plummer Scholarship Fund
KeyBank National Association – Trust Department
224 N. Main Street
Kokomo, IN 46901-4624
Must major in dentistry, nursing, or medicine and must be of American Indian descent. Deadline is July 15. One scholarship of $500 renewable for four semesters.
Delaware State Chairperson
National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century
12 Essex Road, Mill Pond Acres
Lewes, Delaware 19958-9742
Porter Memorial Hospital Guild Health Career Scholarship
The Guild is offering $2,500 in scholarship funds to assist any Porter County resident or residents, single or married, who are seriously interested in securing education in any health career field. No applications will be accepted after March 31, 1996. Contact:
Porter Memorial Hospital Guild
814 LaPorte Ave.
Valparaiso, IN 46383
Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., Student Loan Fund
Must be a graduate student and must major in a health-related field. Also, must be a member of the Prebyterian Church (U.S.A.) as well as a US citizen or permanent resident alien. Must demonstrate financial need and recommended by an academic advisor and a church pastor.
Financial Aid Program
Presbyterian Church (USA) Office of Financial Aid/Studies
100 Witherspoon St.
Louisville, KY 40202-1396 (502) 569-5776
Putnam County Hospital Medical Education Loan
The Hospital offers a forgivable loan to Putnam County residents who are willing to make a long-term commitment to practice medicine on a full-time basis in Putnam County, IN upon graduation from medical school and completion of an accredited residency program. Educational loans are for the sole purpose of defraying the tuition, room and board expenses incurred during four years of a medical education. The loan amount shall not exceed $12,500 annually or total aggregate of $50,000 during medical school. The loans shall accrue interest from the date the loan is made at the rate of the prime rate of interest, plus 2 %. For each year after Physician’s Practice Start Date in which the Physician has maintained the full-time practice of medicine in the Putnam County community and remained an active member in good standing of the Hospital medical Staff with unlimited clinical privileges, the Hospital shall forgive one quarter of the total amount of the loans advanced, plus accrued interest. After 4 years of such service, the entire loan balance, including accrued interest, may be forgiven.
Putnam County Hospital
1542 South Bloomington Street
Greencastle, Indiana 46135-2297
John D. Fajt, FACHE, Executive Director
Ron Roberts Memorial Fund Medical Student Scholarship Grant
This grant is awarded annually to one medical student who demonstrates financial need who are residents of southern Indiana with preference given to Bartholomew, Monroe, and contiguous counties. The medical school may very but preference will be given to IU School of Medicine. The awarding of the grant will require a personal interview. The grant will be given directly to the medical school, one half at the first semester and one-half at the second semester. No preference given to race, religion, sex, age or national origin. Also, preference will be given to a freshman medical student or a previous recipient of the grant. The demonstration of financial need will require the submission of W2 tax forms from yourself and your parents to the Ron Roberts Memorial Fund Board. In addition, submission of an application form and a copy of your FAFSA will be needed. The definition of financial need will be at the sole judgment of the board. You may obtain application information by contacting:
Charles O. Weddle II, M.D.
2325 18th St., Ste. 220
Columbus, IN 47201
(812) 372-2245 Fax: (812) 376-0754
Joe Robinson Scholarship
This renewable award is restricted to minority Indiana residents. First preference will be given to graduates of Wabash College. The IU School of Medicine Scholarship Committee will recommend candidates to the Trust Officer of the Bank One, Crawfordsville, N.A.
Sigma Nu Educational Foundation Inc.
Graduate scholarships are open to Sigma Nu fraternity members who have been admitted to a graduate or professional school of an institution where a chapter of Sigma Nu is located, and who have expressed their willingness to give academic counsel to the members of that chapter. Contact:
Sigma Nu Educational Foundation Inc.
P.O. Box 1869
Lexington, VA 24450 (703) 463-2164
George A. and Marie G. Spencer Education Foundation Scholarships
Students who graduated from either Tri-Central or Tipton High Schools or residents of Tipton County, Ind., are eligible for assistance. Beginning in August or September, applications will be available to students; the deadline is October 1. To apply, students must contact the guidance counselor at either school below:
Tri-Central High School
Sharpsville, IN 46068 (765) 963-2689 OR
Tipton High School
102 S. Main St.
Tipton, IN 46072 (765) 675-7431
St. Joseph County Medical Society Education Foundation Scholarships
The St. Joseph County Medical Society is making available a monetary scholarship to three current medical school students. The candidate’s parent/s must be a resident of St. Joseph County, Indiana.
Applications may be obtained by calling the Business Office at (219) 288-4401 or by writing to 2015 Western Avenue #333, South Bend, Indiana 46629 or by e-mail request at firstname.lastname@example.org (cannot e-mail application back but will mail it same day).
The deadline for completed applications back to the business office is March 15, 2001 with the recipients to be announced in May, 2001.
The education foundation was established with contributions from the late Dr. F.R. Nicholas Carter and his wife, Josephine. Contributions in memory of other physicians continue regularly.
St. Joseph County Medical Society Education Foundation
2015 Western Avenue
South Bend, IN 46629
Fax: (219) 288-4402.
Contact: Kathy Karczewski
St. Louis Scholarship Foundation
Residents of St. Louis and St. Louis County who demonstrate financial need are eligible for loans of $2,000 per year. No interest is charged. Contact:
The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis
8215 Clayton Road
St. Louis, MO 63117
Albert Strickler Memorial Loan Fund
These loans are made to medical students, with preference given to first-year students of the Jewish faith. Applications are accepted from April 1 through June 30. For an application and more information, please call the Federation Endowments Corporation. Contact:
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
Federation Endowments Corporation
226 S. Sixteenth St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102-3391 (215) 893-5600
TYLENOL® BRAND HEALTH EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarship Alert: Tylenol Cash For College Sweepstakes Application
The makers of the Tylenol(r) Family of Products will award ten $10,000 scholarships and 150 $1,000 scholarships for higher education to students who demonstrate leadership in community activities and school activities and who intend to major in areas that will lead to health related fields.
You may apply to the Tylenol(r) Scholarship if you will be attending an undergraduate or graduate course of study in the Fall of 2003 at an accredited two or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school. This includes those students currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate course of study and have one
or more years of school remaining.
The application forms are to be printed and returned by April via U.S. mail to:
Citizens’ Scholarship Foundation of America, Inc.
1505 Riverview Road, P.O. Box 88
St. Peter, MN 56082
The link below if for students in health programs. There are 10 $10,000 scholarships and a large number of $1,000 ones. If you have any students, or know of any who may be interested, please pass this information on.
The United Methodist Loan Program
Students who have been full members of the United Methodist Church for at least one full year prior to application may apply. The student must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident admitted to an accredited graduate professional school. Loans are made per calendar year at 6 percent interest. Interest accrues on the principal balance from the date the loan check is released and continues until the loan is paid. Contact:
Board of Higher Education and Ministry
The United Methodist Church Office of Loans and Scholarships
P.O. Box 871
Nashville, TN 37202-0871 (615) 340-7356
TYLENOL® BRAND HEALTH EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE
Ft. Washington, PA, (February 4, 2002) — Students preparing for health-related careers can apply for one of 160 grants from the Tylenol® Brand Scholarship Fund until April 30, 2002. This year’s fund will total $250,000, including ten grants of $10,000 each. Since 1992, more than $5 million in scholarships have been awarded to students in a variety of fields by McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals, makers of the Tylenol® family of products. This year marks the first that the awards will be specifically granted to those pursuing health-related studies.
“The makers of Tylenol are proud to assist deserving students in achieving their career goals while helping to alleviate a worrisome shortfall in health care professionals,” said Robert W. Carpenter, Vice President, Marketing, McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals. “It is more important than ever for McNeil to reward committed young Americans who find ways to better our communities while pursuing academic excellence. Through the Tylenol Brand Scholarship Fund we are honored to recognize their contributions and support their aspirations.”
Fourteen percent of all job growth from 1998-2008 will be in health services, creating over 2.8 million new jobs by the year 2008.
1 In addition to the well-known nursing shortage, the demand for EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) and Respiratory Therapists will increase as much as 35% and Dental Hygienists by at least 36%.
2 According to the American Hospital Association3 current job vacancy rates include:
Pharmacy — 21%
Radiological Tech — 18%
Lab Technician — 12%
Registered Nurse — 11%
“I remember the essay I wrote for the Tylenol Brand Scholarship about the calling I felt to help the under-served receive quality healthcare,” said Jason A. Logan, winner of a $10,000 award in 1994, who will graduate from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis this June. “I am so thankful to have received this scholarship during my Freshman year at Union University (Jackson, TN). I was able to focus on my studies and avoid undergraduate debt, which was so helpful with the cost of medical school!”
Jason was married in December and will pursue his residency in a Family Medicine program this summer. McNeil awards the Tylenol Brand Scholarship in conjunction with local retailers who help support the promotion of this program at the community level. Winners are selected on the basis of leadership in community and school activities, grade point average and intended focus on healthcare-related areas of study. Recipients will be notified by The Citizens’ Scholarship Foundation of America, Inc., by July 15, 2002.
Citizens’ Scholarship Foundation of America, Inc., a national nonprofit educational support and student aid service organization located in Saint Peter, Minnesota, administers the fund and is responsible for screening and evaluating the applications and selecting the scholarship recipients.
Applications will be available from February 15th through March 31st and must be postmarked no later than April 30, 2002. Interested students can find information and applications on displays in the following participating retailers: Albertson’s, CVS, Eckerd, K-Mart, Kroger, Rite Aid, Target, Wal-Mart and Walgreen’s stores and on the Tylenol web site at www.tylenol.com
McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals, Division of McNeil-PPC, Inc., is a Johnson & Johnson company (NYSE: JNJ). McNeil, headquartered in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, markets leading products such as Tylenol®,
Imodium®, St. Joseph®, Concerta® (methylphenidate HCL) and Motrin®. Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of healthcare products.
United States Marine Corps Memorial Scholarship
Must be the son or daughter of an active duty or reserve U.S. Marine in good standing, or the son or daughter of a U.S. Marine who has received an Honorable Discharge or was killed while serving in the Marine Corps. Parents combined total income cannot exceed $45,000. Deadline is April 1.
Scholarship Foundation Office
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation
P.O. Box 3008
Princeton, NJ 08543
Robert K. Webster, M.D., and Wanda Webster, R.N., Trust
This trust awards three $2,000 scholarships without discrimination as to race, color or creed. To be eligible for a scholarship or loan, students must be enrolled in medical, dental, or nursing school, working toward a degree. Preference will be given to students who graduated from Clay Community Schools and intend to practice in Clay County, Ind. Applications will be distributed in March with a deadline of mid April. Contact:
First Bank and Trust Co.
101 W. National Ave.
Brazil, IN 47834 (812) 446-2581
Peter V. Westhaysen, M.D., Medical Education Trust
Dr. Westhaysen was a native of the republic of South Africa of Dutch descent. He came to Northwest Indiana in the post-World War II years and practiced neurological surgery for over thirty-five (35) years there, passing away on july 7, 1985. His wife Helen predeceased him by nineteen years. They had no children.
Always deeply committed to the quality of local medical care, Dr. Westhaysen left the bulk of his estate in trust to provide scholarships for students studying nursing or attending medical school. Applicants must be residents of lake County, Indiana.
A five person Selection Committee and Bank Calumet’s Senior Trust Officer select awardees based on demonstrated ability and financial need. Individual grants currently range from $750 to $2,100 at the discretion of the committee and depending on the applicant’s field of study.
Funds are available for U.S. citizens, nationals or permanent residents (preference will be given to students who are residents of Lake County, Ind.), who have scholastic ability and financial need. Contact the MSA-SFS in mid-February for application materials or contact:
Peter V. Westhaysen Medical Education Trust
Calumet National Bank Trust Department
5231 Hohman Ave
Hammond, IN 46320 (219) 932-6900
Dr. Richard Allen Williams Scholarship
In 1984, the Association of Black Cardiologists Inc. (ABC) established the Dr. Richard Allen Williams Scholarship for African American medical students who show promise in medical research, cardiology and academic medicine. Three recipients are awarded $1,000 scholarships annually. Scholarships are funded with an endowment from Dupont Pharmacy. in honor of Dr. Richard Allen Williams, the founder and first President of the ABC. The recipients will receive the award during the Dr. Walter M. Booker Symposium preceding the annual meeting, of the National Medical Association. Awards are based upon the following criteria:
Demonstrated ability, interest, and participation in the promotion of health for the African American community.
Participation in research or other extracurricular activities, and demonstrated academic pursuits and clinical acumen.
Proven leadership during his or her academic pursuits.
The deadline is in June with decisions made by July 15. For more information, contact:
Ms. Latrese Coyt
Association of Black Cardiologists, Inc.
6849-B2 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30328 (678) 302-4222 e-mail: email@example.com
George G., Elma B., and Ruth M. Wimmer Scholarship
Funds are available for graduates of Huntington North High School in Huntington, Ind. Applications are accepted through March 31. If interested, please contact the Huntington North Guidance Office.
H. Van Bailey, Principal
Huntington North High School
450 McGrahn St.
Huntington, IN 46750 (219) 356-6104
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
Black women are eligible for grants of $500 to $1,000 to help finance medical or other health studies. Applicants may be either undergraduate or graduate students. Contact:
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
734 New Hampshire Ave., N.W. 1
Washington, DC 20009