Dr. A. L. Berman and Family Medical Scholarship

Sponsored by Community Foundation of Greater Lorain County, Ohio.

Website: https://www.peoplewhocare.org/students

Deadline: March 1

Location:

1865 North Ridge Road E, Suite A
Lorain, OH 44055

Contact Info:

scholarships@peoplewhocare.org
(440) 277-0142

Application Requirements:

Applicant must reside or be employed in Lorain County, Ohio desiring aid for initial and advanced medical education or be pursuing education and training in all fields of medicine. FAFSA, Student Aid Report, and tax forms are required.

 

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Roy E. Hayes, M.D. Memorial Scholarship

Sponsored by Community Foundation of Greater Lorain County, Ohio.

Website: https://www.peoplewhocare.org/students

Deadline: March 1

Location:

1865 North Ridge Road E, Suite A
Lorain, OH 44055

Contact Info:

scholarships@peoplewhocare.org
(440) 277-0142

Application Requirements:

Applicant must be a college student entering or enrolled in medical school. FAFSA, Student Aid Report, and tax returns are required.

 

Christine Balch Memorial Scholarship

Sponsored by Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts

Deadline: March 31, 2018

Website: http://communityfoundation.org/scholarships/apply/#

Location:

PO Box 15769
Springfield, MA 01115

Contact Info:

wmass@communityfoundation.com

scholar@communityfoundation.org
(413) 732-2858

Application Requirements:

Applicant must be a resident of Hampden County, MA who will attend medical school.

Complete Applications Include:

  1. A completed and submitted online application
  1. An applicant’s most recent academic transcript
  2. A completed copy of the applicant’s 2018-2019 Student Aid Report

Eleanor B & Henry H. Stroud, M.D. Memorial Scholarship

DEADLINE: March 15, 2018 (applications become available around December)

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Delaware resident
  • Enrolling in an accredited school of medicine

Website: https://delcf.org/scholarships/

https://delcf.academicworks.com/opportunities/43

AWARD: $4,000

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT:

Awards will be based on the applicant’s demonstrated commitment to pursuing the highest standards of excellence, ethics and compassion in the medical profession, as well as his/her academic promise and financial need. Special consideration will be given to applicants demonstrating an entrepreneurial and innovative approach to medicine.

Applicants will be ranked by each scholarship committee member on the basis of financial need; demonstrated academic promise; recommendation by a teacher, guidance counselor, or other appropriate party; and an essay. Recipients are eligible to re-apply in successive years for a maximum of four annual awards. The same criteria will be used to determine renewal awards.

QUESTIONS: Kelly Sheridan at ksheridan@delcf.org or 302.856.4393

Gayle and Harvey Rubin Scholarship

Requirements

  • Major: Law or medicine – enrolled in full-time graduate study toward MD, DDM, or JD degree
  • Colleges: Four-year public and nonprofit only
  • FAFSA: Required – based on financial need
  • Apply-compete annually

DEADLINE: March 1 each year

Website: https://app.oregonstudentaid.gov/Catalog/Default.aspx

For questions contact: (541) 687-7400 – Eugene/Springfield area or (800) 452-8807 – Toll-free

Arnold P. Gold Foundation Summer Fellowship

For deadline and more information contact: Ian Finisterre (201) 735-8725

Who is eligible: Medical students at an accredited U.S. or Canadian school of allopathy or osteopathy may apply for either the Research or Service Fellowships (details below).

 

Student Summer Fellowships

The Student Summer Fellowship program offers opportunities for medical students to complete a research or service project related to community health. Projects must be focused on studying cultural competency issues, developing skills to become relationship-centered physicians, and addressing a public health need in an underserved community or population.

There are two types of fellowships:

The Student Summer Research Fellowship is awarded for research into community health and cultural competency issues. Although this is a research-based Fellowship, the focus should be on humanistic patient care and as such the proposal should show significant interaction with the target population.

The Student Summer Service Fellowship is intended to provide students an opportunity to design and implement a service project addressing a public health need in an underserved community or population. The Foundation’s goal is to provide an opportunity for students to work directly with patients and to become more compassionate, relationship-centered physicians.

The grant award includes a stipend of up to $4,000 for a 10-week period. Projects that do not meet the 10-week requirement will be prorated accordingly.

The following are not requirements but we are particularly interested in projects that:

  1. Encourage collegial teamwork, particularly inter-professional teams that include participants from other disciplines.
  2. Are novel and unique – designed and implemented by students.

Information and application: http://www.gold-foundation.org/programs/student-summer-fellowships/

Veterans United Foundation Scholarship

In spring 2018, Veterans United Foundation will award up to three (3) scholarships to eligible recipients. Each award is for up to $20,000 and is nonrenewable.

Spring Application Timeline APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE STARTING: TBD

  • Application period starts on: TBD
  • Due to a high volume in applications, Veterans United Foundation will accept a limited number of application submissions this semester. Once that number has been met, the application link will be closed and no more applications will be accepted.
  • (If the application count does not reach the maximum number of submissions allowed by Veterans United Foundation, the application link will close on Friday, April 1, 2018, at 5 p.m. CST.)

Fall Application Timeline:

  • Fall 2017 Application Period: APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE STARTING ON September 25, 2017 at 8:00 am CST
  • Fall 2017 Application Period: Ends October 27, 2017 at 5:00 pm CST (Veterans United Foundation will accept a limited number of application submissions. The application period can end sooner if the number has been met.)
  • Winners notified directly via email or phone: By December 1, 2017.

To be eligible for this scholarship award, applicants must be:

  • A surviving spouse or child of a deceased Veteran of the U.S. Military
  • Currently enrolled or planning to enroll in a college or university by the fall semester of 2018
  • Pursuing an associate’s, bachelor’s, graduate, post-graduate or doctoral degree
  • Comfortable with sharing personal stories and aspirations with Veterans United Foundation
  • Willing and able to provide the following within 1-2 days of requests made by staff of Veterans United Foundation:
  1. Deceased parent or spouse’s military documents (DD214 and death certificate / or DD1300)
  2. Full FAFSA submission
  • Willing and able to provide Veterans United Foundation with receipts or invoices related to eligible educational costs as they are incurred in order to receive payment. Eligible costs include tuition, books, fees, school materials and some aspects of room and board as determined by Veterans United Foundation. Payments may be made directly to the school or reimbursed to the award recipient.

 Awards will be given based on the following criteria:

  • A 2-3 page typed essay telling your story, how losing your spouse or parent has affected you, explaining who you are, where your life has taken you and what you hope to pursue through your college education and beyond
  • Financial need, as determined by the Veterans United Foundation awards team and based on full FAFSA submission
  • Community, church, sports, or school involvement or achievements
  • Any additional information you would like to have considered (may include photos, drawings, poems, additional writings, etc.)

WEBSITE: https://www.enhancelives.com/scholarships