Here are some of the Veterinary scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
You are eligible to apply for this scholarship at a school that participates in the Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students program if you are
From a disadvantaged background as defined by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:
An individual from a disadvantaged background is defined as one who comes from an environment that has inhibited the individual from obtaining the knowledge, skill, and abilities required to enroll in and graduate from a health professions school, or from a program providing education or training in an allied health profession; or comes from a family with an annual income below a level based on low income thresholds according to family size published by the U.S. Bureau of Census, adjusted annually for changes in the Consumer Price Index, and adjusted by the Secretary, HHS, for use in health professions and nursing programs.
A citizen, national, or a lawful permanent resident of the United States or the District of Columbia, the Commonwealths of Puerto Rico or the Marianas Islands, the Virgin Islands, Guam, the American Samoa, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, the Republic of Palau, the Republic of the Marshall Islands and the Federated State of Micronesia.
Under this program, funds are awarded to accredited schools of
nursing (associate, diploma, baccalaureate and graduate degree)
allied health (baccalaureate or graduate degree programs of dental hygiene, medical laboratory technology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, radiologic technology, speech pathology, audiology, and registered dietitians)
graduate programs in behavioral and mental health practice (includes clinical psychology, clinical social work, professional counseling, or marriage and family therapy)
programs providing training of physician assistants
Established in 1997 by the North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association to assist North Dakota students who are pursuing a career in veterinary medicine.
$10,000 one-year scholarship
Ideal candidates have been a member of AQHA for at least one year who is attending an AVMA-accredited college of veterinary medicine; whose studies focus on equine medicine and or surgery, and has a minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average. Recipient must pursue an equine-focused veterinary practice. Applicant must be enrolled as a third year veterinary school student when applying. Funding for this scholarship will be applied to the student's last year of the veterinary program.
Students enrolled in degree-granting institutions at either the graduate or undergraduate level are eligible. The award, which is given by Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in affiliation with Carl Zeiss Optics, Inc., is granted on the basis of the project's potential to improve our understanding of raptor biology and, thereby, our ability to protect these birds.
Scholarship awards for students whose course of study relates to the prevention of cruelty to animals. Recipient selected by school. Initial approach: Letter
Description: Awarded annually to a High School senior residing in the Galien School District, who is beginning a career path for a health-related profession in an effort to help provide health professionals in the Galien area.Criteria: Graduates of any High School in Southwest lower Michigan who is currently a Galien Resident and enrolled in medical, dental, optometric, veterinary medicine, nursing, therapy, or any and all educational programs which are designed to educate individuals for the provision of medical or other health care services to humans or to animals. Consideration will be given to a full or part-time student at an accredited institute of higher learning with evidence of leadership and communityservice. Financial need will be at least a secondary consideration. Interview required.Award: Amounts up to $1000; nonrenewable
Veterinary technicians are essential team members in every veterinary practice. Oxbow understands the need for highly-trained and qualified veterinary technicians, especially in exotic animal medicine.
Oxbow Animal Health will award two Veterinary Technology students who show a strong interest in pursuing a career in small and exotic animal medicine two $500 scholarships to pursue their dreams. Scholarships are paid directly to the school in September.
Oxbow’s Veterinary Technology Scholarship is intended for students who show a strong interest in pursuing a career in small and exotic animal medicine.
• Complete the application available online at www.oxbowanimalhealth.com
• Submit a resume describing activities and job history
• Provide one letter of reference
• Provide proof of enrollment in an accredited veterinary technology program
• Provide a transcript copy and current GPA
• Submit a 300-500 word essay explaining why you want to work in the exotic animal field
ELIGIBILITY: Pursuing a four-year degree in animal nutrition; animal, dairy, equine or poultry science; animal breeding and genetics; biological sciences or pre-vet/vet sciences, with preference to applicants planning a career in veterinary medicine or veterinary food supply/public health.AWARD: Three scholarships at $1,000 each, non-renewable.
Must apply online prior to 5:00 p.m. February 1st each year
Who is Eligible to apply?
Graduating Maine high school seniors who are accepted in a degree program at any accredited institution of higher education. Students must major in Equestrian Science and/or related studies: performance, research or veterinary medicine. Volunteer and community service in these areas are special assets.
Scholarship amount: $500
How are the scholarships awarded? Awards are based on merit and scholarship.
Applications are available from the address of the sponsoring organization.
The Winner's Circle Scholarship Program is designed to encourage and support veterinary students intending to enter equine veterinary medicine, to reward leadership and participation in Student Chapters of the AAEP (SCAAEP) and to help offset the escalating cost of veterinary education and minimize debt load at graduation by providing financial aid to students in their 4th year of veterinary school.
These scholarships will benefit deserving students through partnership between the AAEP Foundation and The Race For Education, along with support from Platinum Performance. The goal of this program is to award one scholarship per year to a deserving student at each of the 36 Colleges of Veterinary Medicine throughout North America and the West Indies that sponsors a national chapter of SCAAEP.*
To be eligible for this scholarship, a student must:
• be a national AAEP student member and active within their school’s AAEP chapter;
• currently attend a college of veterinary medicine;
• apply during their 3rd year (7-9th semesters) for funding during their 4th year of veterinary curriculum.
*All scholarships are $1500 unless recipient qualifies for the Assets for Independence (AFI) federal grant program available through The Race For Education. If student meets federal guidelines and completes the grant program, the student receives the Winner's Circle $1000 scholarship in the Fall term then saves $500 as part of the grant program and receives an additional $4000 in grant funding for their spring term. Extensive information about the program is provided after recipients receive notification of selection committee's decisions in April. The AFI program is not open to Canadian or West Indies students.
For high school seniors who are going on for further education. Students who plan to major in Veterinary or Education.Students are urged to visit their high school counselor to find out about this opportunity.School: Celina High School
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