Kalamazoo Science Foundation Scholarship
The Kalamazoo Community Foundation offers the Kalamazoo Science Foundation Scholarship to help promising high school students pursue education in math, science or engineering.
The eligible candidate must be a high school senior or a full-time college undergraduate, majoring in science, engineering or math. High school seniors must have a GPA of at least 3.5 and college undergraduates must have a GPA of at least 3.0. The candidate must demonstrate financial need.
Award: $2000; renewable
Deadline: March 31
Contact: Carol Carter, Scholarship Administrator, Kalamazoo Community Foundation, 151 South Rose Street, Suite 332, Kalamazoo, MI 49007; (269) 381-4416; [email protected]
These scholarships are available through the Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Funds of $800 to $1,000 are given to women seeking education for a general career, or a health care career.
Eligibility includes be a member of the Lutheran Church and have been graduated from high school for two or more years, and have not returned to formal education since that time.
Contact: ELCA Churchwide Ministries, 8765 W. Higgins Road, Chicago Illinois 60631
Telephone: 773 380-2700 or 800 638-3522
Kaiser Permanente College To Caring Program
The Hispanic College Fund offers the Kaiser Permanente College To Caring Program award to students who are juniors or seniors in college pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The eligible candidate must be Hispanic and enrolled full-time as an undergraduate student in an accredited university in Northern California. The candidate must also be a US citizen or permanent resident residing in Northern California. Academic achievement and financial need will be considered.
Deadline: February 16
Contact: Auri Duarte, Scholarship Program Manager, Hispanic College Fund (HCF), 1301 K Street, NW, 450 A-West, Washington, DC 20005; (202) 296-5400; [email protected]
Kaiser Permanente has several hospitals and health care facilities across the United States, including California Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, Ohio, Oregon, Virginia, Washington and Washington D.C. http://kaiserpermanentejobs.org/locations.aspx
There are 4 scholarships under this name, including nursing as a second career, graduate/doctoral studies, underrepresented groups in nursing, Bachelors degree and academic excellence.
If you require information of scholarships available you are advised to contact them directly. As of the date of this publication the information was not yet available on their web site.
This scholarship is awarded in remembrance of Kamryn, whose care at the University of Maryland Hospital for Children left her wanting to become a caring nurse as those who cared for her.
The application form is available online.
Contact: The Kamryn Lambert Memorial Scholarship, 7845 Catherine Avenue Pasadena Maryland 21122
This board provides a number of different scholarships, undergraduate, vocational and graduate, that can be used by students seeking education in the nursing field. Qualifications for each differ slightly so you are advised to visit the web site for more complete details.
Deadlines for each also differ.
Scholarships available include:
Kansas Ethnic Minority scholarship
Kansas Nursing Service Scholarship
Kansas State Scholarship
Kansas Comprehensive Grant
Vocational Educational Scholarship
Kansas National Guard Educational Assistance
Kansas Military Service Scholarship
Kansas Career Work Study
Kansas Nurse Educator Service Scholarship
Contact: The Kansas Board of regents, 1000 SW Jackson Street, Suite 520, Topeka KS 66612-1368
Telephone: 785 296-3421
The Kansas Nurses Foundation was formed from the Kansas State Nurses Association. The foundation offers funding for numerous scholarships for students pursuing a nursing education, as well as research and grant dollars.
There are 24 endowed scholarship funds and 3 managed scholarships. It is recommended you visit their web site for full details of qualifications and deadlines for application.
Contact: Kansas State Nurses Association, 1109 SW Topeka Blvd.,Topeka KS 66612-1602
Telephone: 785 233-8638
Email: [email protected]
Karen Ann Coffman Memorial Nursing Scholarship
The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County offers the Karen Ann Coffman Memorial Nursing Scholarship to encourage students in Bartholomew County to pursue careers in nursing. The eligible candidate must be a resident of Batholomew County, Indiana, pursuing an Associate Degree in Nursing or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at an accredited college or university. The candidate must have a GPA of at least 2.0.
Deadline: February 16
Contact: Miranda Cross, Scholarship Manager, The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County, 538 Franklin Street, P.O. Box 1547, Columbus, IN 47202; (812) 376-7772; [email protected]bc.org
Karen Fleming Metzger Scholarship
The Warrick County Community Foundation offers the Karen Fleming Metzger Scholarship to students from Warrick County high schools pursuing careers in nursing. The scholarship was established by the family of Maurice and Margaret Fleming in memory of their daughter, Karen. The eligible candidate must be a senior graduating from a Warrick County high school, with a GPA of at least 3.0. Preference is given to graduates of Boone High School.
Deadline: February 16
Contact: Miranda Cross, Scholarship Manager, The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County, 538 Franklin Street, P.O. Box 1547, Columbus, IN 47202; (812) 376-7772; [email protected]
Karen O’Neill Endowed Advanced Nursing Practice Scholarship
The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) Foundation offers Karen O’Neil Endowed Advanced Nursing Practice Scholarship in memory of Karen O’Neil, to support an emergency nurse (RN, LPN, or LVN) pursuing an advanced degree. The eligible candidate must be an emergency nurse seeking an advanced degree and must be an ENA member.
Award: Up to $3000
Deadline: June 1
Contact: Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) Foundation, 915 Lee Street, Des Plaines IL, 60016; (847) 460-4100
Karla Carroll Memorial Nursing Scholarship
Rhode Island College offers the Karla Carroll Memorial Nursing Scholarship to support Rhode Island College students pursuing careers in nursing. The Scholarship was established by the mother of Karla Carroll, a graduate of the Rhode Island College School of Nursing. Karla died in a plane crash. The eligible candidate must be junior or senior enrolled full-time in the Rhode Island College School of Nursing. The candidate must also have a GPA of at least 2.5 and demonstrate the caring qualities that Karla Carroll possessed.
Deadline: May 31
Contact: James T. Hanbury, Director of Financial Aid, Rhode Island College, 600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence, RI 02908, (401) 456-8033
This scholarship is administered through the Georgia Nurses Association in honor of Katherine Pope, and in support of future nurse leaders.
Eligibility includes being a resident of Georgia enrolled in full or part time nursing studies. The applicant must have a grade point average of 2.5 or greater, and have proof of financial need.
Contact: Georgia Nurses Association, 3032 Briarcliff Road, Atlanta GA 30329-2655
Telephone: 404 325-5536 or 800 324-0462
Email: [email protected]
This partial scholarship is available through the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. This scholarship is based on merit and proven financial need.
Contact: Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, Admissions, Godchaux Hall 207, 461 21st Avenue South, Nashville TN 37240
Telephone: 615 322-3800 or 888 333-9191
Knebel Family Nursing Scholarship
The Community Foundation of Boone County Rhode Island College offers the Knebel Family Nursing Scholarship. The Scholarship was established by Donald and Jennifer Knebel in 2008 to provide financial assistance to students pursuing careers in nursing. The eligible candidate must be a high school senior graduating from Zionsville Community High School or Lebanon High School, planning to enroll in an accredited nursing school in Indiana. Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.
Deadline: May 1
Contact: Scholarship Administrator, Community Foundation of Boone County, 60 East Cedar Street, P.O. Box 92, Zionsville, IN 46077; (317) 873-0210; [email protected]
Kunimitsu and Jessie S. Tamai Scholarship
Hawaii Pacific University offers the Kunimitsu and Jessie S. Tamai Scholarship to encourage high school students to pursue nursing careers in Hawaii. The eligible candidate must have graduated from high school in Hawai’i with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. The candidate must have been accepted into the Nursing Program at Hawaii Pacific University to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Selection is based on academic achievement and financial need.
Deadline: April 29
Contact: Hawaii Pacific University, Scholarships Office, 1164 Bishop Street, Suite 210, Honolulu HI, 96813; (808) 566-2430; [email protected]