Grinnell Regional Medical Center Auxiliary provides scholarships to area students pursuing a healthcare career. Scholarships are for graduating high school seniors, current students, or adult students pursuing a healthcare degrees. This year $2,000 has been designated for scholarships.
Applications are now available from area high school guidance counselors, the admissions desk at GRMC, and online at http://www.grmc.us/donate/grmc-auxiliary/auxiliary-scholarship. Individuals who are interested in pursuing healthcare careers have until Friday, March 11, to submit completed scholarship application forms.
Selection is based on applicant’s desire to follow a healthcare career, financial need, scholastic ability, and character. Two letters of recommendation that attest to the character and qualifications of the applicant must accompany the application. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
The auxiliary will review applications and notify recipients in early April.
Click here to download the application. For additional information about the GRMC Auxiliary scholarships, please call the GRMC office of communications and development at 641-236-2590.
State Healthcare Scholarship
The Iowa Hospital Association (IHA) is proud to continue the Health Care Careers Scholarship program for the eleventh year. The Iowa Hospital Education and Research Foundation (IHERF), an IHA subsidiary, administers the scholarship program.
IHA announced the amount of the scholarship award has been increased to $3,500, the first increase in the 10 year history of the program due to college tuition inflation.
The ultimate goal of this program is to fill Iowa healthcare positions that currently have a notable number of openings by offering significant financial support to students seeking healthcare education or training. In exchange for that financial support, each award recipient must commit to working one year in an Iowa hospital for each year of scholarship award.
All applications will be submitted online at the IHERF scholarship website www.iowahospitalscholarships.org that will help students confirm their eligibility before beginning the application process. This will allow for electronic submission of their application, college program verification, and references.
Placement opportunities will be identified for each IHA geographic district (a map is included with the application). Scholarship applications will be scored and awards made based on each applicant’s qualifications. All portions of the application form must be submitted by March 30, 2016.
Please contact Clara Stults, Director Operations and Information Services, firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-288-1955 at IHERF if you need additional information.