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Air Force Health Professions Scholarship - For those interested in active duty upon graduation, the Air Force Health Professions Scholarship program provides up to $45,000 each year with a monthly stipend of $2,060 to cover living expenses for aspiring pharmacists, optometrists, clinical psychologists, nurses, medical doctors, dentists, and public health officers. Qualified candidates must be U.S. citizens, be accepted at an accredited graduate institution, and sign an agreement to serving one year per year of participation.
Coal County Scholarship for Pharmacy Students - Administered by the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA), the Coal County Scholarship for Pharmacy Students provides financial aid to Kentucky residents who are actively pursuing a pharmacy degree from an accredited school of pharmacy in the state. Recipients of the scholarship funding must agree to work at least one year as a full-time licensed pharmacist in a Kentucky coal-producing county upon degree completion
Francis C. Bowden Memorial Scholarship - Sponsored by the Alaska Pharmacists Association (AkPhA), the Francis C. Bowden Memorial Scholarship program provides $1,500 for professional pharmacy students, $1,000 to pre-pharmacy students, and $500 to pharmacy technician students. For consideration, applicants must be Alaska residents, be enrolled in a pharmacy degree program at an ACPE-accredited school of pharmacy in the state, and submit a personal statement discussing Alaskan background and career goals helping the association.
Luther and Mary Ann Park Scholarship - In honor of a couple who dedicated more than 40 years of their lives to supporting pharmacy education in Texas, the Luther and Mary Ann Park Scholarship awards $1,000 to student members currently enrolled in their fourth professional year at an accredited college of pharmacy in Texas with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Applicants will be judged based on financial need, academic performance, involvement in professional activities, and potential for becoming a leader in Texas pharmacy.
Minnesota Rural Pharmacist Loan Forgiveness Program - With the goal of recruiting and retaining healthcare professionals to needed areas throughout the state, the Minnesota Department of Health has established the Rural Pharmacist Loan Forgiveness Program to provide funds for the repayment of qualified educational loans up to $64,000 to students and residents in their final year of training to become a licensed pharmacist. Participants must plan to practice for at least 30 hours per week, for 45 weeks per year, for a minimum of three years in a designated high-need rural area.
Tylenol Future Care Scholarship Program - In order to support students pursuing an education in healthcare, the Tylenol Future Care Scholarship Program presents at least 30 scholarships for $5,000 each and 10 scholarships for $10,000 each to students in the United states, Puerto Rico, or the District of Columbia who have completed at least one year of graduate studies in public health, allied health, medicine, nursing, and/or pharmacy. Qualified candidates must be enrolled at an accredited four-year institution, be in good academic standing, and demonstrate involvement in volunteer service.
William B. Simmons Memorial Scholarship - Established by the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA), the William B. Simmons Memorial Scholarship provides $2,000 and a $300 travel stipend to attend the association’s annual convention for student members who are currently enrolled in an accredited U.S. school of pharmacy on a full-time basis. Selection will be made based on demonstrated interests in independent pharmacy management or entrepreneurism, leadership qualities, involvement in extra-curricular activities, and academic achievement.
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