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AAAS Mass Media ScienceEngineering Fellows Program
  • For   undergraduate seniors, recent graduates, and graduate/PhD students in   the fields of the natural, physical, health, engineering, computer, or   social sciences or mathematics. Participants serve a 10-week fellowship   in a newsroom, helping to spread science knowledge to the public and   enhance coverage of science-related issues in the media.
  • Award: $450 weekly stipend for the duration of the program, as well as travel expenses.
  • For nurses seeking to progress to the next level of certification.   Applicants must have been a member of AMSN for at least one year prior   to applying for scholarship.
  • Award: $1,000
  • For juniors, seniors, or graduate students studying physical   therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, or hearing audiology. Requires U.S. citizenship.
  • Awards: Range from $500 to $6,000.
  • Undergraduate and graduate nursing students with experience in   critical care nursing. Minimum GPA 3.0.  Must be a member of AACN.
  • Award: Up to $3,000 per academic year.
  • For graduate students pursuing master’s degrees in cancer nursing.  Must be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident.
  • Award: May be for two years, with stipend of $10,000 per year.
The Atlanta Mary Blake Single Parent Nursing Scholarship Contest
  • For   single parents (both men and women) who are U.S. citizens, pursuing a   degree in nursing, and have a minimum 2.7 GPA or can show an ACT score   of at least 28 or an SAT score of at least 1250. Requires a minimum   500-word essay supporting the applicant's candidacy for the scholarship.
  • Award: $500
Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars Program
  • For   seniors or recent graduates who are U.S citizens. Applicants must show   evidence of academic achievement and will have a strong interest in   and/or experience working in or with programs that address health issues   disproportionately affecting racial and ethnic minorities or   underserved communities (e.g. local health departments, community health   centers, inner city/rural hospitals or organizations that conduct   research on or develop policy related to health or healthcare   disparities).  This may include previous academic work (e.g. takencourses, written papers or participate in research projects) related to   health disparities. Participants work for 11 weeks over the summer in   congressional offices and learn about health policy issues.
  • Award: Daily expenses such as meals and transportation, transportation to and   from Washington D.C., and housing costs are covered. Participants also   receive a stipend upon completion of the program.
  • For sophomore nursing students.Criteria: Full-time, at least a   3.0 GPA, interested in pursing a career in the health industry, a U.S.   citizen or eligible to work in the U.S., and demonstrating financial   need.  Administered through the Independent Colleges of NJ. 
  • Award: 8 awards each year of $2,500.
Bernard and Carolyn Torraco Memorial Nursing Scholarships
  • For   U.S. citizens enrolled in a prelicensure or graduate level nursing program. Preference given to applicants with financial need. Contact   UNICO at 973 808-0035 for information on obtaining an application.
  • Award: $2,500
  • Students receive a scholarship in exchange for agreeing to work for 2 years, post-graduation, in certain types of health care facilities with critical nurse shortages.  Must be a U.S. citizen, national, or   permanent resident, enrolled in a nursing program at any degree level.  Preference given to full-time undergraduate students.
  • Award: Covers tuition, fees, assorted school related costs, and includes a stipend ($1,289 for the 2012-2013 school year).
Caroline E. Holt Nursing Scholarship - Daughters of the American Revolution
  • For U.S. citizens, male or female, pursuing a degree in nursing. Applicants must be able to demonstrate financial need.
  • Award: $1,000
College of Nursing Scholarships - Seton Hall University
  • Seton Hall student in the College of Nursing. Some other requirements vary depending on scholarship.
  • Award: Over $75,000 in awards, ranging from $500 - $3000.
Department of Bioethics Pre- and Post-Doctoral Fellowships
  • Pre-doctoral   fellowships are for students with an undergraduate degree who intend to   pursue post-graduate work. Post-doctoral fellowships are for applicants   with a PhD, MD, JD, or other advanced degree in a relevant field. Both   types of fellowships are for two years and are open to international   students. Fellows participate in the activities and the intellectual   life of the department and study ethical issues related to conduct of   research, clinical practice, genetics and health policy. For a typical   fellow, this research yields multiple publications in premier academic   journals. Fellows conduct their research under the guidance of senior   faculty, participate in weekly bioethics seminars, case conferences,   ethics consultations, IRB deliberations, and have access to multiple   educational opportunities at the NIH.
  • Award: A stipend for the duration of the fellowship.
Dr. Alma S. Adams Scholarship
  • Applicant must provide evidence of community service activities in an underserved community setting. Service activities may include activism, outreach, or peer counseling in tobacco prevention or control. The community service activity should be described in the personal statement.
  • Must demonstrate financial need.
  • Award: $5,000
  • Graduate students in MBA, MHA, or related programs who have a   strong interest in academic medical centers, financial management, and   hospital operations. Must have graduated at start of program.
  • Award: Two year fellowship program, designed to   foster insight into the dynamics of an academic medical center and health system, while allowing for development of individual interests.   Fellows gain familiarity with diverse revenue cycle organizational   issues throughout the health system and practical administrative   experience via involvement in various projects and their rotations.
  • The following guide breaks down each of these school financing options, offers more than 100 scholarship listings for nursing students, and includes key advice from two experts in nursing school aid and admissions.
  • Seniors and graduate students interested in studying at Cambridge   University.  Ideal candidates will be able to show evidence of high   academic achievement, leadership potential, social commitment and a good   fit with Cambridge.  Student must be admitted to Cambridge through normal admission procedures.
  • Award: 80-100 new scholarships a year enable   student leaders from around the world to obtain graduate degrees in   critical areas of interest at Cambridge University. Covers tuition fees,   maintenance allowance, and international transportation costs.
Marcia Granucci Scholarship Fund
  • New Jersey residents, full- or part-time graduate students, who are   interested in pursuing an educational concentration in   psychiatric/mental health or community health nursing. Must have current   licensure and demonstrated acceptance into a graduate nursing program   of National League of Nursing Accredited educational institution.   Minimum 3.0 GPA.
  • Contact:  Eileen Toughill of Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey at (732) 219-7480.
  • Award: One scholarship annually, up to $2,000.
National Health Service Corps Scholarship Program
  • For   U.S. citizens or nationals enrolled full-time in a nurse practitioner   or physician assistant degree program. In return for each school year,   or partial school year, of financial support received, scholarship   recipients agree to provide primary health care services for one year at   an NHSC-approved site located in a high-need Health Professional   Shortage Area (HPSA). For the first school year, or partial school year,   of support, there is a minimum 2-year service commitment.
  • Award: Up to 4 years of tuition, school fee, and school-related costs coverage, as well as a monthly living stipend.
Nurse Corps Scholarship
  • Enables students accepted or enrolled in a diploma, associate, baccalaureate or graduate nursing programs, including RN to BSN, RN to MSN-NP, Direct Entry MSN-NP program to receive funding for tuition, fees and other educational costs in exchange for working at an eligible NURSE Corps site upon graduation.
  • Award: Tuition and stipend
Nursing Scholarships
  • Search dozens of nursing scholarships, discover alternative methods for funding your degree, and find financial aid opportunities.
 Occupational/Physical Therapy Scholarship - Daughters of the American Revolution
  • For   U.S. citizens, male or female, pursuing a degree in occupational   therapy (including art, music, or physical therapy). Applicants must   demonstrate financial need.
  • Award: $1,000
Resources for Nursing Students
  • Here are key resources, information about education, a list of places to find an internship or new job and a host of other tools that will help nursing majors through school and into their careers.
Tylenol Future Care Scholarship
  • For   U.S. residents pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in nursing,   public health, health education, or medicine. Applicants must have   completed at least one full year of school at the time of the application, and must have at least one year remaining.
  • Award: Multiple awards of up to $10,000
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Offers many scholarships for various health related fields.
  • Award: Varies; website visitation recommended.
  • Contact: 1-800-638-0824 for more information.
  • For those attending or planning to attend school to become a physician, dentist, podiatrist, optometrist, clinical psychologist or   physician assistant.  Upon graduation, required to join the Navy's   active duty team as a commissioned officer.  See website for more specific details.
  • Award: Up to 4 years of tuition and additional school costs covered, as well as a $2,060 monthly stipend.
  • Seniors and graduates who demonstrate a commitment to social and   health care justice advocacy following their year of hands-on experience   as a fellow. Fellows must commit to mentoring at least one person at   some point over the course of their careers. One fellowship per year.    Applicant must be authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Award: One-year fellowship. The Villers Fellow   works as a full-time policy analyst in Families USA's Health Policy   Department. Fellows will receive a compensatory package that includes an   annual salary of approximately $38,000 and excellent health care benefits.
  • Seniors and graduates who demonstrate an interest in health care   policy as a tool for reducing racial and ethnic health disparities, and   demonstrate a commitment to contributing to social justice work following their year of hands-on experience as a fellow. One fellowship   per year. Minorities are encouraged to apply.
  • Award: One-year fellowship. The Wellstone Fellow plays an integral role in the work of Families USA's Minority Health   Initiatives Department. Fellows will receive a compensatory package that   includes an annual salary of approximately $38,000 and excellent health care benefits.
 
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