Scholarships of county 'Calhoun' within Michigan
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Battle Creek Area AMBUCS Therapist Scholarship
Applicants must be a permanent resident of Calhoun county or employed in one of the hospitals or medical facilities in Calhoun County. Applicant must document financial need, be accepted into an undergraduate therapy program (occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech, language pathology, or hearing audiology) or the Physical Therapy Assistant Program at Kellogg Community College. Applicant must exhibit strong moral character, academic merit, and community involvement. How to Apply: General BCCF application and scholarship essay as explained on the last page of the application. Please attach a brief statement on why you have chosen to pursue a career in a medical program. (Please check the website for the application form)
Battle Creek Health System Medical Staff Scholarship
Residents of the greater Battle Creek area (including Athens, Bellevue, Marshall, or Dowling) attending a Calhoun County institution and enrolled in a patient-orientated program. Immediate family members of BCHS employees are encourage to apply. Applicant must be enrolled in patient-oriented programs, such as nursing, medical technician, dental hygienist, medical office, etc. How to Apply: These applications are available at the Battle Creek Health Systems Human Resources Office.
Calhoun County Medical Society Alliance Nursing Scholarship
Residents of or employed in Calhoun County and enrolled in a nursing baccalaureate program at an accredited Michigan college or university, or the Nursing Program at Kellogg Community college. Applicants must be a permanent resident of or employed in one of the hospitals or medical facilities in Calhoun County and available for personal interview. Must be employed in Calhoun County for at least one year following graduation, or amount of scholarship is to be returned. Financial need, scholastic performance, motivation, recommendations, and length of residency are criteria. In 1978, Dr. George W. & Mars. Veronica Slagle established the Calhoun County Medical Society Alliance Nursing Scholarship Fund to assist area nurses in continuing and achieving their educational dreams. How to Apply: You will need to attach a one to two page typed statement titled CCMSA Nursing Scholarship Essay that describes why you have chosen a career in nursing; college counselor statement; professional letter of recommendation; copy of parents income tax form (if applicable) and projected use of scholarship. Contact the Battle Creek Health System for an application.
Joseph J. & Marion L. Hempel Scholarship
Individuals who either resident or are employed in Calhoun County and are accepted into or enrolled in a patient-oriented health care program, or allied health area. Applications attending Kellogg Community College will be given primary consideration. Applicants will be reviewed with equal consideration given to merit, academic achievement, financial need and commitment to the field. How to Apply: General BCCF application and scholarship essay as explained on the last page of the application. (Please check the website for the application form)
Paul & Mavis Pitzer Public Service Scholarship
Eligible applicants will be traditional and non-traditional student from Battle Creek area public and private schools who are pursuing a career in public service, education, government or private non-profit corporation. Applicants must exhibit good character and a propensity toward public service through volunteerism, service to others, and service to the community. How to Apply: General BCCF application with a one to two page typed statement titled Paul and Mavis Pitzer Public Service Scholarship Essay That describes your experience(s) in public service through your activities in volunteerism in service to others and your community. (Please check the website for the application form)
Richard and Elizabeth Jones Scholarship
Individuals residing in Calhoun County who will be entering graduate school at the University of Michigan. Must exhibit financial need and the potential to succeed in the graduate school program at the University of Michigan. How to Apply: General BCCF application and scholarship essay as explained on the last page of the application. (Please check the website for the application form)