Here are some of the Dentistry scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
Atlanta Dental Spa’s scholarship program is back and better than ever for 2016! We value higher education and support those students who exert the effort to achieve their professional and personal goals. We also understand obtaining a desired level of education can be difficult without financial aid, which is why we have created the Atlanta Dental Spa scholarship program.
4th year dental students attending the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry and planning to practice in the state of Michigan. The funds for this scholarship were made available by the Michigan Dental Association Insurance and Financial Group in honor of Dr. Bill Schumann. Dr. Schumann was a 1952 graduate of the University of Detroit Dental School. He practiced dentistry in Redford, until 1988, but many remember him as a longtime faculty member at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. He was also a lawyer, having obtained his J.D. degree from the Detroit College of Law in 1965. Dr. Schumann served on the MDA’s insurance committee beginning in 1986, eventually chairing the committee. He then served as chair of the MDA’s insurance subsidiary, MDA Insurance & Financial Group, from 1996 until 2002, leading the organization during a period of rapid growth. Dr. Schumann passed away in 2005, and this scholarship honors his contributions to MDA Insurance and organized dentistry. The annual award for this scholarship is $1,000 and will be paid directly to the dental school to offset tuition expenses. Must be enrolled full-time and entering the fourth year of undergraduate dental education at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry. Must be a member of the American Student Dental Association, and plan to practice in Michigan upon graduation from dental school.
The American College of Legal Medicine has an annual Student Writing Competition in which $1,000 cash awards are made for the outstanding original paper on Legal Medicine. All papers submitted will receive consideration for publication in the Journal of Legal Medicine or other medical legal publications. Applicant Criteria 1. Authors must be currently enrolled in an accredited law, medical, podiatry, nursing, dental school, or program of health science or health care administration school in the United States or Canada. 2. No paper which has been previously published in any form will be considered. What is Legal Medicine Legal medicine is the professional and academic discipline which concerns itself with legal aspects of medical science, medical practice and other health care delivery problems. Practitioners of the specialty have training, knowledge and expertise sufficient to address the scope of the specialty from a scholarly, scientific (research) and practical perspective.
Selection Criteria: * Student attending University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine * Financial need * Academic excellence
If you are in need of supplemental assistance for college, the Inaffit, LLC NATUREAL Health Is Greater Than Wealth Scholarship will make it easier for you to achieve your dream! Scholarships are available for high school seniors and undergraduate students that completed two years of college pursuing a degree in medicine, nursing, dental, research, nutrition or other health-related program.
We invite you to enter the ACLS Medical Training Scholarship Program. We will select one top award winner who will receive a $1,000 unrestricted scholarship (unrestricted means you can buy pizza with the award instead of books if you want—the check is in your name).
The winning essay will be posted on ACLSMedicalTraining.com along with the second and third best essays. These two runners-up will receive one complimentary pass to the ACLS Medical Training certification program of their choice (BLS, ACLS, or PALS) valued at $275.
ACLS Medical Training is interested in hearing how you think about providing emergency medical care. You are entering a profession in which you may be called upon to provide basic life support, advanced cardiovascular life support, or pediatric advanced life support. Are you excited? Is this scary? How will you handle the situation when the time comes? If you have already performed lifesaving techniques, what was it like? Did you use the skills you were taught? There are no correct answers—we are looking for honest, compelling essays.
What do I write about?
Write an essay, between 500 and 1000 words, on one the following topics:
If you have assisted someone in a life support situation, describe your role in the process, the emotions or feelings that you experienced, and how the situation was resolved.
If you have not assisted someone in a life support situation, describe how you have prepared (mentally and/or physically) to respond when the event arises. Consider and describe what it might be like to provide basic or advanced life support in an emergency.
How do I Enter?
Write the essay in Microsoft Word file format (doc or docx)
Entries with typos or grammatical errors will not be considered
Submit the essay as an attachment in an email to email@example.com
The filename should include your first initial, last name, and your school name
For example, John Smith who attends nursing school in Austin would use this filename: JSmith_UniversityofTexasatAustin
In your email, include
Name of school
Type of program (e.g., dental school)
Telephone number (we won’t call unless you win)
Submission deadline is 11:59 pm EST on December 31st, 2014.
Who is Eligible?
Any high school senior or college student is eligible to apply. Preference to those currently enrolled in a nationally accredited
Respiratory therapy program
Emergency medical technician program
Must not be an employee of or immediately related to any employee of ACLS Medical Training
1. Be an American Indian or Alaskan Native; 2. Be a high school graduate or equivalent 3. Have the capacity to complete a health professions course of study; 4. Be enrolled, or accepted for enrollment, in a bachelor degree program for pre-medicine or pre-dentistry or their equivalents; 5. Intend to serve Indian People upon completion of professional health care education and training as a health care provider in the discipline/specialty for which the applicant is enrolled at the pre-graduate level and for which the application is submitted. The applicant must provide a course curriculum signed by a school official preferably the applicant's advisor, to verify that the courses be taken: 1. are required for an undergraduate curriculum leading to a bachelor's degree in pre-medicine, pre-dentistry, or equivalent, and 2. represent at least 12 credit hours or the equivalent per semester/quarter which is considered full-time or 6-11 hours per semester/quarter which is considered part-time. Continuation Eligibility: Recipients of scholarship support must apply annually for continuation beyond the initial funding period and must meet specific eligibility criteria for consideration: 1. Recipient must be in good academic standing in his/her premedical program; 2. Must be enrolled for the next semester/quarter in at least 12 credit hours or the equivalent which is considered full-time or 6-11 credit hours which is considered part-time; and 3. Must remain full-time or part-time during this current academic year.
The purpose of the Health Professions Education Scholarship Program is to increase the number of dentists, dental hygienists, nurse practitioners, certified midwives, and physician assistants who are practicing direct patient care in medically underserved areas of California. Scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in these specialties who have demonstrated financial need. Eligible applicants may receive up to $10,000 per year, and would have a service obligation of 2 years. This program is made possible by a grant from the Vitamin Cases Consumer Settlement Fund.
Students who are enrolled or accepted into Dentist, Dental Hygienists, Nurse Practitioners, Certified Nurse Midwives, and Physician Assistant programs.An awardee may receive up to $10,000 for this scholarship. An awardee commits to work full-time or 32 hours per week after graduating with a degree for a two-year service obligation practicing direct patient care in a medically underserved area (MUA) in California.You must be both a permanent resident of California and U.S. citizen in order to apply for all programs administered by the Health Professions Education Foundation.To be eligible for this program, students must be seeking one of the following health profession occupations:? Dentistry? Dental Hygiene? Nurse Practitiodner? Physician Assistant? Certified Nurse MidwiferyScholarships are available to students who are enrolled or accepted in an accredited professional program. Priority will be given to students who will graduate within one (1) to two (2) years. Awardees must sign a contract with the office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD)/Health Professions Education Foundation and agree to the following:? Be a full-time or part-time student (no less than six (6) units) in a California accredited school.? Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 each year scholarship funds are sought.? Upon graduating, complete a two (2) year service obligation to practice in a medically underserved area of California as a Health Professional providing full-time (32 hours per week or its equivalent) direct patient care.NOTE: Scholarship recipients may be awarded up to two (2) times which carries a two (2) year service obligation for each award.
The purpose of the Health Professions Education Loan Repayment Program is to increase the number of dentists, dental hygienists, nurse practitioners, certified midwives, and physician assistants who are practicing direct patient care in medically underserved areas of California. Loan repayments are awarded to practitioners who are employed or who have a tentative offer of full-time employment in a medically underserved area of California to repay governmental or commercial loans incurred while pursuing their professional education. Eligible applicants may receive up to $20,000 over a two-year period, and would have a service obligation of 2 years. This program is made possible by a grant from the Vitamin Cases Consumer Settlement Fund.
Applicants must be a U.S. citizens. Criteria for eligibility is determined by the applicant's demonstrated financial need, academic achievement, a typed biographical sketch and letters of reference. Applicants must be entering first year or entering second year students currently attending or enrolled in a dental laboratory technology program accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. Applicants must demonstrate a minimum financial need of $1,000. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.8 or above on a scale of 4.0.
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