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Browse numerous external scholarship opportunities for students seeking doctoral, professional and graduate degrees.

Medical societies, cultural associations, nonprofit organizations, private companies and other community groups throughout the United States offer scholarship awards for medical and graduate students. Our office maintains this external scholarship database to help students at PCOM, PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia apply for extra funding for their advanced degrees. This database includes various scholarships and awards in addition to forgivable and interest free loan programs.

Tips for applying

Advice for applying for external scholarships

Visit the scholarship webpages and carefully review the eligibility criteria and application requirements for each award. Some scholarships may require you to address certain topics with written essays or video submissions. Browse organization websites to read previous winners' essay submissions for inspiration and ideas.

Demonstrating financial need

Many scholarships list financial need as criteria and will ask for you to submit a student aid report from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Visit our how to apply content to learn how to complete the FAFSA. The PCOM Financial Aid Office is happy to assist students with FAFSA questions or other scholarship application help.

Academic verifications

Nearly all graduate and medical scholarship applications for graduate and medical students will require academic validation from the College. The Registrar Office routinely assists students with verification requests as they apply for external scholarships. Current students can request transcripts and enrollment verifications via email from the PCOM Registrar Office.

Additional scholarship resources

PCOM institutional scholarships

PCOM offers various institutional scholarships for new and returning students at our Pennsylvania and Georgia locations.

External scholarship searches

Students can also use recommended third-party scholarship search sites to find additional funding opportunities for medical, professional and graduate degrees.

Disclaimer

This information was collected to help students with their search for third-party scholarships. PCOM is not the source of these funds. PCOM does not guarantee these organizations will continue to fund the scholarship in the future. Questions and inquiries for these scholarships should be directed to the organization.

We recommend viewing this database on a laptop or desktop computer as there will be more search and filtering options available.

External Scholarship Database

Scholarship Website/Application Month to Apply Eligible Program(s) Eligible Location(s) Description Criteria tags
Scholarship Website/Application Month to Apply Eligible Program(s) Eligible Location(s) Description Criteria tags
Dr. Hugh Mahoney Scholarship massmed.org December DO All locations

The Dr. Hugh Mahoney Scholarship is sponsored by the Middlesex North District Medical Society.

This scholarship is available to available to any medical school student who is enrolled and has completed one year at an accredited medical school in the United States or Canada. Applicants must be a legal resident of one of the following Massachusetts towns comprising the district: Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Dunstable, Groton, Lowell, Pepperell, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro and Westford.

Women in Medicine LGBTQ Leadership Scholarships womeninmedicine.org December DO All locations

Women in Medicine (WIM) will present two, $5,000 LGBTQ Leadership Scholarships. The scholarships will be presented at the WIM annual meeting, which will be held in Suquamish, Washington in April/May with the expectation that the medical student must attend the conference, its sessions, and be present to receive their awards.

For female medical students enrolled in their first, second or third year of allopathic, osteopathic or naturopathic medical schools in the United States or Canada. Applicants should be in good academic standing and have actively contributed/demonstrated leadership for the LGBTQ community.

female, woman, women, lgbtqia, queer, lesbian, gay, questioning, trans, transgender, leader, medical
POMAF Scholarships poma.net December DO PCOM

There are multiple scholarships available from the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association (POMA). Interested and eligible applicants are encouraged to apply. Funds are made available through the POMA Foundation and are granted once a year.

Must be a citizen of Pennsylvania and a member of POMA. Must be enrolled as a second, third or fourth year osteopathic medical student or a resident at a Pennsylvania affiliated residency program with osteopathic educators.

Kosciuszko Foundation Scholarships thekf.org December All programs All locations

The Kosciuszko Foundation offers scholarships for students of Polish descent.

Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of Polish descent, strongly identify with Polish American community or of non-Polish origin studying Polish subjects, and must be enrolled as a full-time graduate or postgraduate student.

poland, poles, polacy, polak, polka
American Trauma Society Scholarship atspa.org December Physical Therapy All locations

The American Trauma Society, Pennsylvania Division (ATSPA) conference, held in Hershey, PA, examines issues relevant to trauma prevention and care.

The ATSPA conference provides students pursuing degrees in nursing, social work, physical therapy or occupational therapy and pre-medical an opportunity to apply for a scholarship that covers their cost of attendance and conference meals. It does not cover travel or lodging expenses.

Students must be enrolled in a graduate physical or occupational therapy program to apply for the physical therapy or occupational therapy scholarship.

dpt, pt
Dr. W.R. Walter Trust Scholarship csascholars.org December DO PCOM

The Dr. W.R. Walter Scholarship is providing scholarships for deserving students. The Center for Scholarship Administration, Inc. (CSA), a non-profit, independent organization is the facilitator of the scholarship fund.

pa, pennsylvania
Walter S. Strode, DO, Memorial Scholarship csof.org January DO All locations

This $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually. This scholarship is named after the late Walter S. Strode, DO, who was a graduate of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Only second-year students are eligible to apply for the scholarships (scholarships are awarded to selected recipients for their third year and fourth year if the recipients maintain their eligibility). Applicants must be enrolled at an AOA accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine. Only residents of Colorado, or those with a solid Colorado connection such as family living in Colorado, or went to school in Colorado are eligible to apply, with preference given to residents of Southern Colorado. Students must be U.S. citizens.

colorado, co, springs, csof
John H. Drabing, DO, Osteopathic Medical Student Scholarship csof.org January DO All locations

This $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually. Dr. Drabing graduated from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 1957 and earned his DO degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1961.

Only second-year students are eligible to apply for the scholarships (scholarships are awarded to selected recipients for their third year and fourth year if the recipients maintain their eligibility). Applicants must be enrolled at an AOA accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine. Only residents of Colorado, or those with a solid Colorado connection such as family living in Colorado, or went to school in Colorado are eligible to apply, with preference given to residents of Southern Colorado. Students must be U.S. citizens.

colorado, co, springs, csof

James E. Cox Medical Scholarship cfgreateratlanta.org January DO PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia

The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta provides hundreds of scholarships each year to students through a variety of scholarship funds.

Resident of Georgia. Minimum GPA of 3.0 (undergraduate or graduate). MCAT score of 501. Pursuing a graduate degree in Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, Medical College of Georgia, Mercer University School of Medicine, Morehouse School of Medicine or PCOM Georgia. Demonstrated financial need. Demonstrated history of commitment to community service.

ga, sga, atlanta, greater atlanta
Steve Dearduff Scholarship Fund cfgreateratlanta.org January Graduate programs PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia

The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta provides hundreds of scholarships each year to students through a variety of scholarship funds. For undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in medicine and/or social work.

Legal resident of Georgia. Enrollment in or acceptance to an accredited institution of higher learning and pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in medicine or social work. Demonstrated history of commitment to community service. Potential for success in chosen field. Minimum 2.0 GPA. Demonstrates financial need.

ga, sga, atlanta, greater atlanta
Bridging the Dream Scholarship for Graduate Students salliemae.com January Graduate programs All locations

Now in its third year, our Bridging the Dream Scholarship Program for Graduate Students supports our mission of helping people get the education they need to do the things they want in life. Over the past two years, eight incredible current and future graduate students have been awarded with $20,000 each for their graduate or professional degree.

grad, grad programs
Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarships dar.org January Graduate programs All locations

Each year the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) awards multiple scholarships to students showing dedication to the pursuit of higher education in diverse areas of study including history, economics, law, political science, medicine, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, elementary and secondary education, chemistry, math, science and English.

DAR’s scholarships are awarded and judged without regard to gender, race, color, religion, national origin or disability.

Applicants must be citizens of the United States. Applicants must attend or plan to attend an accredited college or university in the United States. All multi-year scholarships, typically renewable up to four years, must be for consecutive years of attendance. Awards are based on academic excellence, commitment to the field of study, and/or financial need, or other restrictions on specific scholarships.

grad, grad programs
Hispanic Scholarship Fund hsf.net January Graduate programs All locations

The HSF Scholarship is designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a university degree. Scholarships are available, on a competitive basis, to high school seniors, undergraduate students (all years), community college students transferring to four year universities, and graduate students.

Awards are based on merit; amounts range from $500 to $5,000, based on relative need.

Must be of Hispanic heritage. Minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for undergraduate and graduate students. Plan to enroll full-time in an accredited, not-for-profit, four-year university, or graduate school, in the US, for the 2020-2021 academic year.. US Citizen, Permanent Legal Resident, DACA or Eligible Non-Citizen (as defined by FAFSA). Complete FAFSA or state based financial aid application (if applicable).

All majors and graduate fields accepted. Emphasis on STEM majors.

grad, grad programs, latin, latino, latina, latinx, minority
Physicians of Tomorrow Scholarships ama-assn.org January DO All locations

There are 10 different scholarships (awards) under the Physicians of Tomorrow umbrella.

The Physicians of Tomorrow Awards reward medical students who meet the following criteria: Applicants are medical students who are approaching their final year of medical school. Each $10,000 scholarship is based on different eligibility requirements. Each medical school is allowed 2 nominations per category. Each student can only be nominated under 1 category.

Alliance Medical Education Scholarship foundationpamedsoc.org January DO PCOM

The Student Financial Services area within the Foundation administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

The Alliance Medical Education Scholarship (AMES) Fund is awarded to second or third year medical students (when applying), and who are residents of Pennsylvania and enrolled full time in a Pennsylvania medical school.

pa
Sons of Italy National Leadership Grant osia.org January DO All locations

The Sons of Italy Foundation (SIF) has awarded more than 10 merit-based scholarships.

A number of general study scholarships are available. Only one application is required to be eligible for all general study scholarships.

U.S. citizens of Italian descent enrolled in a four-year undergraduate program or a graduate program at an accredited academic institution for the Fall 2020 term.

Ty Cobb Foundation Scholarship tycobbfoundation.com February DO PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia

The Foundation was established by the late Tyrus R. Cobb for the purpose of assisting capable and deserving residents of Georgia who need financial assistance in completing their college education.

Professional students pursuing their MD/DO or DMD/DDS degrees who are residents of the state of Georgia, are U.S. citizens and have demonstrated financial need are eligible to apply for Ty Cobb scholarships.

UNICO Scholarships unico.org February All programs All locations

UNICO, the largest Italian American service organization in the U.S., offers several scholarships for graduate and medical students.

Applicant must reside in or have a UNICO chapter/district sponsor from one of the following states: California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia or Wisconsin.

Candidates residing in a community with a UNICO chapter may also qualify to apply for local scholarships.

Applicant must be a U.S. citizen. Online degree programs are not eligible for UNICO scholarships.

italy, italian
Margaret Yardley Fellowship njsfwc.org February All programs All locations

The Margaret Yardley Fellowship Fund was established in 1930 to provide fellowship grants to deserving women who are New Jersey residents pursuing post-graduate advanced studies at the school of their choice. The award is granted annual to a female post graduate student.

Resident of the state of New Jersey. Student engaged in graduate study. Financial need. Scholastic achievement. Career service potential. Charitable endeavors.

female, woman, women, nj, grad, grad school
William Goldman Foundation Scholarship Application [PDF] February All programs PCOM

The William Gold Foundation provides a partial scholarship program for graduate and/or medical students.

Applicant must be in the top third of their class. Must be a full time matriculating graduate student. Must have a great financial need. Student must have completed first year of graduate study.

The applicant must attend graduate and/or medical school of one of the following institutions: Bryn Mawr College, Drexel University, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Temple University, Thomas Jefferson University and Medical College, University of Pennsylvania or Villanova University.

pa, pennsylvania
G. Michael Shoffner, MD Scholarship Fund cfcga.org February DO PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia

The intent of the scholarship is to provide a non-traditional medical school student financial support to further their medical education. This scholarship is for non-traditional medical school students working toward an MD or DO degree in a medical school in the state of Georgia.

Applicants must be enrolled at an accredited medical school located in the state of Georgia. Applicants must be at least 25 years of age. Applicants must have lived and/or worked in Central Georgia for a minimum period of 3 years at some point before applying to medical school. The Central Georgia area is defined as the following counties: Bibb, Baldwin, Butts, Coffee, Crawford, Houston, Jones, Lamar, Laurens, Monroe, Peach, Spalding, Taylor, Twiggs, Upson and Wilkinson.

non-trad, career changer, parent, ga, 25+, central ga
GSK Opportunity Scholarship philafound.org February All programs PCOM

Each year, the Philadelphia Foundation awards more than 200 scholarships.

The GSK Opportunity Scholarship is open to graduate and post-baccalaureate students.

phila, philly, pa, pennsylvania
Joseph A. Williams Medical Scholarship elkcountyfoundation.org February DO PCOM

Joseph A. Williams (1876-1979) graduated from Penfield High School, Dubois Business College, and Eastman School of Business Administration in Poughkeepsie, NY.

This scholarship will be awarded to a graduate of Elk County Catholic or St. Marys Area High School who is accepted or in attendance at an accredited medical school.

pa, pennsylvania
Marian J. Wettrick Charitable Foundation Scholarship Application [PDF] February DO PCOM

The purpose of the Marian J. Wettrick Charitable Foundation is to provide financial assistance to qualified female students who have graduated from a Pennsylvania college giving a recognized pre-medical degree and who propose to pursue a career in medicine by attending a Pennsylvania medical school.

Female medical student. Attending a medical school in Pennsylvania. Graduated from a Pennsylvania college. Inclination to practice medicine medicine at Charles Cole Medical Center in Coudersport, PA (non-binding).

pa, pennsylvania, female, woman, women
Jewish Vocational Service Scholarship jvs-socal.org February All programs All locations

In partnership with private donors, the JVS Scholarship Program provides qualified Jewish students whose primary residence is in the Greater Los Angeles area with need-based financial aid, in the belief that education represents the first step to career success.

Must be Jewish. Permanent and legal resident of Los Angeles County for a minimum of three years. U.S. citizen or documented legal permanent U.S. resident (green card). Planning to attend an accredited public or private college, university or vocational school in the U.S. Planning to enroll full-time (minimum 12 units per term). Maintain a minimum 2.7 GPA for undergraduate students and a minimum 3.0 GPA for graduate students for every semester or quarter enrolled. Demonstrated and verifiable financial need including FAFSA (student aid report) and student and parent tax documents.

la, los angeles, southern california, socal, jewish, hebrew
AACOM Sherry R. Arnstein Minority Student Scholarship aacom.org February DO All locations

Each year AACOM awards a financial scholarship to at least two osteopathic medical students, one of which is newly accepted and one a continuing student. This scholarship is named after former AACOM Executive Director Sherry R. Arnstein.

To be eligible, an applicant must be an underrepresented minority student (African American, Native American, Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian; mainland Puerto Rican or Hispanic American) in good academic standing and currently enrolled in his or her first, second, or third year at an AACOM member college of osteopathic medicine, or an underrepresented minority student who has been accepted and is planning to matriculate at one of the AACOM member colleges. Previous Arnstein Scholarship awardees are ineligible.

black, latino, latina, latinx
AMA Foundation Excellence in Medicine Awards ama-assn.org February DO All locations

Through the Excellence in Medicine Awards, the AMA Foundation recognizes physicians who exemplify the highest values of volunteerism, community engagement, leadership and dedication to the care of underserved populations.

The five scholarships have various criteria related to student physicians making positive impacts in health care.

Osteopathic Foundation of Western Michigan - Medical Education Scholarship osteopathicfoundation.org February DO All locations

Supporting future osteopathic physicians helps to ensure that our community will continue to have local access to a broad range of care. Scholarships are a practical and meaningful way to support West Michigan medical students who are pursuing training in osteopathic colleges and osteopathic residents who practice in the greater Muskegon area. The goal of the program is to encourage physicians to return to the area, build their practices, and contribute to the long-term health of our community.

Medical Education Scholarships will be considered for osteopathic medical students who graduated from high schools within the service area of the Osteopathic Foundation of West Michigan (Muskegon County, Oceana County, Newaygo County, and northern Ottawa County) and who are students in good standing at medical schools accredited by the American Osteopathic Association. Although not required, recipients are encouraged to return to practice osteopathic medicine in the area that the Foundation serves. These awards are typically $1,000 each; students may apply each year of medical school.

michigan, mi
Osteopathic Foundation of Western Michigan - Dr. David A. Dora Medical Education Scholarship osteopathicfoundation.org February DO All locations

Supporting future osteopathic physicians helps to ensure that our community will continue to have local access to a broad range of care. Scholarships are a practical and meaningful way to support West Michigan medical students who are pursuing training in osteopathic colleges and osteopathic residents who practice in the greater Muskegon area. The goal of the program is to encourage physicians to return to the area, build their practices, and contribute to the long-term health of our community.

The Dr. David A. Dora Medical Education Scholarship was established in 2014 to honor Dr. Dora for his commitment of service to the community and his students. The $10,000 scholarship (payable in two $5,000 awards) is awarded to an outstanding third-year osteopathic medical student with Mercy Health Muskegon (MHM) as their base hospital and an intention to participate in the MHM residency program. Students should apply in the spring of their third year.

mi
NFB Scholarships nfb.org February All programs All locations

The National Federation of the Blind's annual scholarship program is the largest of its kind in the nation. Each year the NFB awards more than $120,000 to blind scholars across the U.S., the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico in recognition of their achievements and professional aspirations.

Must be legally blind in both eyes. Must be residing in the United States, the District of Columbia or Puerto Rico. Must be pursuing or planning to pursue a full-time, post-secondary course of study in a degree program at a U.S. institution in the fall of the year of application (one scholarship may be given to a person employed full-time while attending school part-time). Must participate in the entire NFB National Convention and in all of its scheduled scholarship program activities (finalists will receive assistance to attend the national convention).

vision, sight, impaired, disability
Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts Scholarships communityfoundation.org February All programs All locations

The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts (CFWM) strives to provide some financial assistance to students living primarily in the Pioneer Valley.

The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts administers over 130 scholarships and two interest-free educational loans. Review communityfoundation.org for resident, high school and degree requirements for each award.

ma
Allegheny Valley Hospital Scholarship Application [PDF] March DO PCOM

The medical staff at Allegheny Health Network’s Allegheny Valley Hospital (AVH) is offering two $2,500 Medical Scholarship Grants to students enrolled in an approved American medical or osteopathic school.

Eligible applicants must be residents of Allegheny, Armstrong, Butler or Westmoreland counties and have not received a prior AVH Medical Scholarship Grant. A letter must be submitted to request scholarship consideration, explaining why he/she should be awarded the grant. In addition, applicants are required to have a letter sent from their educational institution stating they are in good standing.

pa, pennsylvania, natrona heights
Association of Firearm and Tool Mark Examiners Scholarship afte.org March All programs All locations

AFTE awards $2,000 annually to students seeking a career in forensic science. Applications will be reviewed and recipients chosen by the scholarship committee prior to the annual AFTE Training Conference.

Applicants must be entering their third year or higher of a bachelor’s degree or enrolled in any year of an advanced degree (MS, PhD, MD or comparable) program. The applicant must be enrolled as a half-time student or greater with the intent of seeking a career in forensic science and majoring in a natural, physical or biological science. Minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent (76% or higher).

forensic medicine, biomedical sciences, biomed, formed, forensics
Susan Lindahl Memorial Scholarship paos.org March Physician Assistant All locations

The Susan Lindahl Memorial Scholarship was established in 1998. Susan, the wife of our founding president Joe Lindahl, passed away following a battle with a brain tumor in 1997. This scholarship fund was established in her honor recognizing the sacrifices Susan and Joe underwent getting the PAOS off the ground and sustaining the organization in the early years.

The establishment of this memorial scholarship fund was to cultivate and attract young physician assistant students into the field of orthopedics.

Must be a current Physician Assistant Studies student in a current CAAHEA/CAAHEP or ARC-PA approved program. Must be a student member of Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery in good standing. Must be a first or second year student with a sincere interest in becoming a physician assistant in orthopedics.

The top 5 candidates will be required to write a publish-worthy, orthopedic case study, review article or clinical pearl for review by the scholarship committee. If selected as one of the scholarship recipients, you will be invited to attend the annual conference to present your paper and network with the Board of Directors (expenses paid).

pa studies. pa student
JACL Scholarships jacl.org March All programs All locations

The Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) has been helping students achieve their educational dreams with the National Scholarship and Awards Program since 1946. The program currently offers over 30 awards, with an annual total of over $70,000 in scholarships to qualified students nationwide.

The National Scholarship and Awards Program offer scholarships to students who are entering freshman, undergraduate, graduate, law, in the creative and performing arts, and those with financial need. All scholarships are one-time awards.

Every applicant must be an active National JACL member. JACL membership is open to everyone of any ethnic background.

Applicants must be planning to attend full time at a college, university, trade school, business school, or any other institution of higher learning within the United States at the undergraduate or graduate school level.

Applicants may apply under only one scholarship category.

japan, japanese, all backgrounds
Hellenic University Club of Philadelphia Scholarship hucphiladelphia.org March All programs PCOM

The Hellenic University Club of Philadelphia is a professional and social club that brings together persons of Greek descent across the Philadelphia area.

Scholarship awards are given to qualified applicants pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees. greek, greece
Herbert W. Nickens Awards aamc.org March All programs All locations

The Herbert W. Nickens Award is given to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to promoting justice in medical education and health care equity in the United States. Dr. Herbert W. Nickens was the founding vice president of the AAMC Division of Community and Minority Programs, now Diversity Policy and Programs. Dr. Nickens’ passionate leadership contributed greatly to focusing national attention on the need to support underrepresented racial and ethnic minorities in medicine.

Nominees will be evaluated on the following criteria: Exemplary contributions to promoting social justice in medical education and health equities.
Record of achievement in promoting social justice.
Contributions have had a significant national impact.

Dr. Nickens believed that a multidisciplinary approach is needed to address inequities in health. Nominees from a wide range of fields are encouraged, including medicine, dentistry, education, law, nursing, pharmacy, public health, and social and behavioral sciences.

minority, ethnic, social justice
NW Osteopathic Medical Foundation Scholarship nwosteo.org March DO All locations

The Foundation’s Scholarship Program helps defray some of the cost of osteopathic medical school tuition.

Scholarships are awarded to students who best demonstrate their commitment to practicing osteopathic medicine in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.

The purpose of this program is to provide tuition scholarships to those osteopathic medical school students that we believe are most likely to: Practice in the Northwest (Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon or Washington) upon completion of their residency program, fellowships, etc. Practice medicine following the Principles of Osteopathic Medicine. Contribute to their community beyond the practice of medicine.

Chinese American Physicians Society Scholarship caps-ca.org March DO All locations

The CAPS scholarships are open to medical students regardless of their hometown, sex, race or color. The applicants must be current medical students and are judged according to their academic achievements, financial needs, community service records and essays.

Special credit is also given to those who are willing to serve the Chinese communities after their graduation.

Only current MS1 to MS5 medical students in the United States are eligible to apply.

asian, china, minority
Wellsford and Mildred Clark Medical Memorial Scholarship waterburymedicalassociation.org March DO All locations

Established in 1988, the Wellsford and Mildred Clark Scholarship was created to provide scholarships for third-year medical school students entering their fourth year of medical school.

The scholarship requires that applicants must be residents of Connecticut for five years and be currently enrolled in a not-for-profit medical school accredited by the AMA and/or the World Health Organization. Students demonstrating financial need, academic excellence, extracurricular interests and community service, will be strongly considered.

ct
Howard G. Lapsley Memorial Scholarship jfkmc.org April DO All locations

Scholarships are
awarded yearly by the Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center Board of Directors to provide financial aid to one or more needy candidates matriculating in a program for a career degree in the study of medicine or osteopathy.

Eligible candidates must satisfy the following criteria: Candidates must have been raised (attended or eligible to attend elementary or secondary school) in one of these New Jersey communities: Union County (Clark, Fanwood, Garwood, Plainfield,
Scotch Plains, Westfield); Somerset County (Bridgewater, Bound Brook, Green Brook, North Plainfield, Somerville); Middlesex County (Dunellen, Edison, Iselin, Metuchen, Middlesex, Piscataway, South Plainfield). Temporary residence while attending college or medical
school does not qualify for this purpose. Candidates shall be eligible for degree in medicine from an accredited medical or osteopathic school. Matriculating students in the first through last year may apply. Candidates shall demonstrate financial need and are required to provide the Board with the FAFSA financial statement.

nj
Bagby Scholarship excelahealth.org April DO All locations

The purpose of the Dr. Andrew David Bagby Family Medicine Scholarship is to support individuals who have an interest in pursuing a career as a family physician.

The recipient will spend four weeks in Latrobe, associated with the Family Medicine Residency at Latrobe Hospital, and will be immersed in an inpatient and outpatient experience.

The candidate must have a demonstrated interest in becoming a family physician. The recipient must have completed no less than one year and no more than two years of medical school in an approved allopathic or osteopathic medical school in the United States or Canada.

The recipient must have an engaging demeanor and must relate with ease to people at all levels.

Heritage Valley Health System Medical Student Scholarships heritagevalley.org April DO All locations

The Heritage Valley Beaver and Heritage Valley Sewickley Medical Staffs established and contribute to funds within each hospital’s respective Foundation to support Beaver County and northwest Allegheny County residents in their pursuit of a health care profession.

Scholarship selection is based upon financial need, academic achievement, involvement in school and community activities, work and volunteer experience and plans for a career in a medical field.

PASFAA Scholarship pasfaa.org April All programs All locations

The Pennsylvania Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (PASFAA) is a dynamic, service association whose mission is to provide for the professional development of members, advocate for access to post-secondary education, and
to educate the public on financial aid and funding opportunities.

No more than one scholarship per year will be given to each of the following sectors: Business Trade and Technical, Nursing, Private Four Year, Public Two Year, PASSHE, State- Related and Graduate Schools.

Scholarship recipients must be Pennsylvania resident for at least the 12 consecutive months before you file the FAFSA (excluding any time you are enrolled in a Pennsylvania postsecondary school, if you came into or remained in Pennsylvania for the purpose of attending a school or college). Enrolled at least half-time, in a degree-seeking program in a post-secondary institution of higher education. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and have completed 30 credits or the hours equivalent from a post-secondary institution of higher education at the time of application.

pa
Joseph R. Calder, Jr., MD, Scholarship fcfpartnership.org April All programs All locations

Special interest scholarships are provided by the First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania (FCFP).

Scholarships are awarded to students returning to school to pursue a career in a part-time or full-time medical related program. Must be resident of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

pa, career change, non-traditional, non traditional, nontraditional
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia Scholarships jewishphilly.org April All programs PCOM

The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia mobilizes financial and volunteer resources to address the communities’ most critical priorities locally, in Israel and around the world.

The Albert Strickler Memorial Fund provides an interest-free loan of up to $5,000 to medical students, preferably of the Jewish faith, who demonstrate a significant need for financial aid and are enrolled in an accredited U.S. medical or osteopathic school.

The Samuel F. and Sara G. Feinman Fund was established to help talented men and women to pursue their legal or medical education. The fund provides an interest-free loan ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 to medical and law school students based on financial need. Preference is given to Jewish students who live in the Greater Philadelphia region and of the Jewish faith who are enrolled in an accredited local law or medical school.

The Ida Foreman Feisher Fund was established to help talented women become professionals. The fund provides scholarships for women, preferably Jewish, who wish to pursue a graduate degree. Eligibility is limited to women who have a hometown or attend school in the Greater Philadelphia area, including New Jersey and Delaware.

jewish, israel, women, woman, female
Osteopathic Medical Foundation of Michiana Forgivable Loan Program omfmichiana.org April All programs All locations

The forgivable loan program provides financial assistance via forgivable loans for students in years 1-4 at one of our nations accredited osteopathic medical schools. These loans are to be forgiven if the student practices in the Michiana area (northwestern Indiana/southwestern Michigan) following completion of her his or her training.

Criteria includes: Be at least a half-time student in accredited osteopathic medical school. Demonstrate an interest in returning to northwestern Indiana/southwestern Michigan area to practice osteopathic medicine ("area" is defined as being within a 60 mile radius of South Bend, Indiana). Demonstrate financial need. Be of good moral character. Demonstrate good motivation for the practice of osteopathic medicine. Be available for personal interview if requested by the Osteopathic Medical Foundation.

michigan, indiana
Earnest Scholarship earnest.com April All programs All locations

To help more students get to school, the Earnest Scholarship was created to award 50 students who best articulate how their education will enable their dreams.

Applicants must be enrolled, or soon be enrolled, as a full-time student at a Title IV accredited, not for profit U.S. college or university for the fall semester. There are no minimum GPA, residency, or major requirements to apply. Applicants can be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (including DACA students).

New Jersey Osteopathic Education Foundation Scholarship njosteo.com April DO All locations

The NJOEF (New Jersey Osteopathic Education Foundation) works to build, sustain and advance the practice of osteopathic medicine in the State of New Jersey by rewarding qualified and eager medical school students with scholarship awards to be used toward attending his or her osteopathic school.

Applicants must be a first year medical student enrolled in any osteopathic medical school in the United States.

first-year, do1
AIGCS Scholarships aigcs.org May All programs All locations

American Indian Graduate Center offers a variety of funding opportunities for graduate students including MA, MS, PhD, STEM, Medical, Law, MBA, and other professional degrees.

The Science Post Graduate Scholarship Fund (SPGSF) is awarded to eligible American Indian and Alaska Natives pursuing graduate and professional degrees or professionals in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.

The Special Higher Education Program provides funding to students pursuing a post-baccalaureate graduate or professional degree as a full time student at an accredited institution in the U.S.

The AIGCS Loan for Service program is for eligible American Indian and Alaska Natives seeking graduate and professional degrees. The goal is to promote opportunity for careers with Tribal governments, Bureau of Indian Affairs and Bureau of Indian Affairs—funded organizations on and off reservations. Loans are paid back at the rate of one year of service for one year of funding.

AIGCS also manages a number of private awards and provides these as supplemental scholarships based on field of study and other criteria defined by the donor including public health studies, medicine and other health related programs.

To be considered for AIGCS funds, applicants must be an enrolled member of a federally recognized American Indian Tribe or Alaska Native group OR provide documentation of ancestry to possession of 1/4 degree Indian blood of a federally recognized Tribe to be verified only through submission of a Tribal Eligibility Certificate.

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Baltimore City Medical Society Scholarship bcmsdocs.org May DO All locations

The Baltimore City Medical Society (BCMS) Foundation awards scholarships to two general categories of medical school students.

Scholarships are awarded annually to medical school students who have Baltimore City as their permanent address and who have completed at least one year at an accredited United States medical or osteopathic school. Persons qualifying for these scholarships must have lived in Baltimore City for a minimum of three years while attending high school.

The North Charles/Wyman Park Medical Staff Scholarships are available to medical students with a permanent address in Maryland who have completed at least one year at either The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine or the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Persons qualifying for this scholarship must have lived in the State of Maryland for a minimum of three years while attending high school.

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Iranian-American Scholarship Fund iasfund.org May All programs All locations

The Iranian-American Scholarship Fund offers scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students.

Eligibility requirements include: Verifiable Iranian heritage. U.S. citizenship or legal permanent residency with a valid permanent resident card; enrollment as a full-time undergraduate or graduate (PhDs not eligible) student in a degree-seeking program at an accredited institution in the U.S. Minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA. Demonstrated need for financial assistance (must apply for the FAFSA). Demonstrated commitment to community service.

Tylenol Scholarship tylenol.com May All programs All locations

Each year the makers of Tyelonol award annual scholarships to well deserving students pursuing careers in healthcare.

Applicants must meet all the following criteria to be eligible for this scholarship: Be a resident of the 50 United States, Puerto Rico or the District of Columbia. Be a graduate student or be a college senior who will be enrolling in graduate school during the next academic year. Provide proof of enrollment to a graduate program in medical school, nursing and/or pharmacy. Have one or more years of school remaining.

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Lancaster Medical Society Scholarship lancastermedicalsociety.org May DO All locations

The Lancaster Medical Society Scholarship Foundation provides funding to Lancaster County residents attending medical school.

Applicants must: Be a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania resident. Accepted or continuing a medical degree at an accredited medical school. Exemplify good character, motivation, academic excellence. Demonstrate financial need.

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Alabama Osteopathic Medical Association Scholarship aloma.org May DO All locations

The ALOMA board of directors shall award scholarships to applicants by majority vote. The ALOMA will award one scholarship annually for up to $5,000.

Applicant should be from Alabama and must indicate in writing their intention to practice medicine in Alabama following completion of their residency training. Applicant must have successfully completed their first year of training and in good standing with an AOA-accredited medical school. Financial need will be considered.

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Delaware Scholarship Incentive Program doe.k12.de.us June All programs All locations

Graduate award amounts are up to $1,000 per year.

Eligibility requirements: Legal residents of Delaware; U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens. Demonstrate substantial financial need, as determined using the FAFSA. Have a minimum cumulative, unweighted grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Enroll fulltime in an out of state, non-profit, regionally accredited college in a graduate degree program that is not offered in the state of Delaware.

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Leopold Schepp Foundation Scholarship scheppfoundation.org June All programs All locations

The Leopold Schepp Foundation awards educational scholarships to full time undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate a combination of fine character, academic excellence, financial need, compassion, a commitment to volunteerism and whose goal will benefit mankind.

Eligibility guidelines include: Graduate students must be under 40 years of age at the time of application. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale. Must enroll full-time in a four year bachelor degree or approved graduate program. PhD candidates who have only the dissertation to complete and who are not enrolled in class full-time are not eligible. Must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. A personal interview is required of all applicants.

Worcester District Medical Society Scholarship wdms.org July DO All locations

The Worcester District Medical Society founded in 1794, is a professional organization representing 2,500 physicians and medical students in Central Massachusetts. The Scholarship Committee awards scholarships to medical students each year.

Eligibility requirements include: Must be a legal resident of Central Massachusetts at the time of applying to medical school. Must be currently enrolled as a 2nd, 3rd or 4th year student. Attending an accredited allopathic (MD) or osteopathic (DO) medical school. Must be in good academic standing. Demonstrate involvement in community service. Have financial need.

Dr. Richard Allen Williams Scholarship abcardio.org July DO All locations

The Association of Black Cardiologists (ABC), Inc. offers this scholarship in honor of Richard Allen Williams, MD, FACC, FAHA, founder of ABC.

The award is for first and second year medical students who show promise in medical research, cardiology and academic medicine. This scholarship was created to promote diversity in medicine, encourage commitment to eliminating health care disparities and support future cardiologists, while helping to alleviate medical student debt.

Awards are based upon the following criteria: Demonstrated ability, interest and participation in the promotion of health for the African American community. Participation in research or other extracurricular activities. Demonstrated academic pursuits and clinical acumen. Proven leadership during his or her academic pursuits.

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White Coat Investor Scholarship whitecoatinvestor.com July Professional programs All locations

The purpose of the WCI medical school scholarship is to directly reduce the indebtedness of a students and to promote financial literacy in professional schools.

Only professional students enrolled full-time in a professional school located in the United States and are in good academic standing are eligible. Professional programs include medicine, osteopathic medicine, physician assistant and doctors of physical therapy.

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Student Osteopathic Medical Association Scholarships studentdo.org August DO All locations

The Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA) Foundation is a student-managed, non-profit organization specializing in providing scholarships for current osteopathic medical students who are members of National SOMA.

Several scholarships are available and have similar eligibility requirements including: SOMA membership. Must be OMS 1, 2, 3 or 4. Commitment to innovation within medicine and leadership during medical school.

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Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship nhmafoundation.org August Professional programs All locations

In 2004, NHHF established the National Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship program and its first Gala in New York City for medical, nursing, dental, public health, and pharmacy and health policy students with outstanding academic records, leadership, and who are committed to serving Hispanics.

The 2019 National Hispanic Health Professional Scholarship is open to any student enrolled full time in the following accredited graduate programs: medicine (allopathic or osteopathic), dentistry, pharmacy, nursing, public health/policy, physician assistant.

Applicants are not required to be Hispanic.

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Allegheny County Medical Society Medical Student Scholarship foundationpamedsoc.org August DO All locations

The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

The ACMS Scholarship is awarded to a third or fourth-year medical student who resides in Allegheny County and is enrolled full time in a Pennsylvania medical school.

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Blair County Medical Society Scholarship foundationpamedsoc.org August DO All locations

The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

The BCMS Scholarship is awarded to a second, third or fourth-year medical student who is a resident of Blair County.

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Endowment for South Asian Students of Indian Descent foundationpamedsoc.org August DO PCOM

The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

The Endowment for South Asian Students of Indian Descent Scholarship is awarded to a South Asian Indian student enrolled full time in his/her second, third or fourth year at a Pennsylvania medical school. Applicants must be residents of Pennsylvania or New Jersey.

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Foundation Education Award Scholarship foundationpamedsoc.org August DO PCOM

The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

The Foundation Education Award Scholarship is awarded to specified underrepresented minority medical students who are Pennsylvania residents attending a Pennsylvania medical school.

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Lehigh County Medical Auxiliary's Scholarship and Educational Fund Scholarship foundationpamedsoc.org August DO All locations

The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

The LeCoMASE Fund Scholarship is awarded to a medical student who is a resident of Lehigh County.

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Lycoming County Medical Society Scholarship foundationpamedsoc.org August DO All locations

The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

The MCMS Scholarship is awarded to first-year medical students who are residents of Montgomery County.

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Myrtle Siegfried, MD, and Michael Vigilante, MD, Scholarship foundationpamedsoc.org August DO All locations

The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

This scholarship is awarded to a first-year medical student who is a resident of Berks, Lehigh or Northampton County.

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Shah Family Scholarship foundationpamedsoc.org August DO PCOM

The Foundation of the Pennsylvania Medical Society administers yearly scholarship programs to deserving medical students from Pennsylvania.

This scholarship is awarded to a first-year and a second-year medical student attending a Pennsylvania medical school and is a resident of either Philadelphia County or of the following municipalities in Lower Bucks County: Bristol Borough, Bristol Township or Bensalem Township.

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CompHealth Medical Scholarship comphealth.com September DO All locations

Since 1979, CompHealth has been helping healthcare providers with everything from locum tenens to permanent placements. This scholarship is for medical students passionate about practicing medicine.

Eligibility requirements: Must be a U.S. citizen; minimum GPA of 3.0.; must be a full-time student attending (or planning to attend on a full-time basis) an accredited institution of higher education located in the United States.

AOF Thomas A. Quinn, DO, Osteopathic Scholarship aof.org September DO All locations

The The American Osteopathic Foundation offers several scholarships to medical students attending osteopathic institutions in the U.S.

Eligibility: Must be an OMS II or OMS III enrolled at a COCA-Accredited College/School of Osteopathic Medicine (COM/SOM) during the fall. In the top 50% of their class (outstanding academic achievement while in medical school). Possess noteworthy accomplishments, awards and honors, special projects and extracurricular activities that demonstrate the applicants demonstration of the osteopathic philosophy. Demonstrated participation in school/community activities outside of any college requirements (may include leadership in professionally related organizations/activities while in osteopathic medical school).

AOF William G. Anderson, DO, Minority Scholarship aof.org September DO All locations

The American Osteopathic Foundation's William G. Anderson, DO, Minority Scholarship recognizes today’s minority medical students who are on their way to becoming tomorrow’s doctors committed to a life-long pursuit to eliminate health care disparities and to enhance patient-centered care

Eligibility: Minority osteopathic medical student in good standing at a COCA-Accredited College/School of Osteopathic Medicine (COM/SOM) who is a rising OMS II, III, or IV in the fall.

In addition, applicants must meet the following criteria: Strong interest in osteopathic medicine, its philosophy and principles. Consistently strong academic achievement. Demonstrated leadership role in addressing the educational, societal and health needs of minorities, or in addressing inequities in medical education and health care. Possess noteworthy accomplishments, awards and honors, special projects and extracurricular activities that demonstrate the applicant's ability to be a leader. Significant financial need affecting completion of education.

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AOF Prairie State Scholarship aof.org September DO All locations

The American Osteopathic Foundation's Prairie State Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to an osteopathic medical student who graduated from an Illinois high school to help defer the cost of education.

Eligibility: An osteopathic medical student who graduated from an Illinois high school; must be an OMS II, OMS III, or OMS IV enrolled at a COCA-Accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) during the fall. Must be in academic good standing and/or in the top quartile of their class. Must be a member of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) and the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA). Has significantly dedicated time to volunteer work in their community. Demonstrated commitment to their osteopathic education and the profession. Participates in extracurricular activities that promote osteopathic medicine to the public.

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Reuben Cohen, M.D and Dorothy S. Cohen Medical Scholarship Fund Application [Google Doc] October DO PCOM

This scholarship was funded under the Will of Dorothy Cohen, formerly of the city of Ventnor in Atlantic County, New Jersey. The fund is also named in memory of Dorothy Cohen's late husband, Dr. Reuben Cohen, who attended medical school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Funds will be awarded to worthy Jewish students who have financial need, and have been admitted to a fully accredited medical school located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Kaiser Permanente Scholarship residency-ncal.kaiserpermanente.org October DO All locations

We are proud of Kaiser Permanente’s social mission, research, clinical expertise, and leadership efforts in helping communities thrive. As part of this mission, we recognize the potential of future physicians and their contributions by offering $5,000 scholarships to fourth-year medical students selected for their demonstrated commitment to under-served communities.

Scholarship criteria: Be a current third-year medical student in good academic standing who expects to graduate in the spring. Interested in seeking a residency in Northern California. Attend an accredited medical, osteopathic or podiatric school.

Scholarship recipients will be encouraged to participate in a one-month clerkship at a Kaiser Permanente facility in Northern California during their fourth year of medical school.

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Community Pharmacy Scholarship phmic.com November PharmD All locations

The Pharmacists Mutual Community Pharmacy Scholarship is a scholarship program sponsored by Pharmacists Mutual. Recipients will be awarded $2,500 each, up to $50,000 in scholarships may be awarded. This program acknowledges students interested in serving in an independent or small chain community pharmacy, or in an underserved geographic area.

Students must meet the following criteria: Be a current P2 or P3 pharmacy student that will be a P3 or P4 pharmacy student in the upcoming academic year.

Must plan to practice in the following: an independent or small chain community pharmacy, or an underserved geographic or cultural community, preferably in an independent or small chain community pharmacy.

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JMSA Scholarships jmsa.org November Professional programs All locations

Every year, the Japanese Medical Society of America, along with our generous donors, awards scholarships to students and postgraduate trainees in healthcare to support their education and training.

Eligibility: A student who is currently enrolled in a healthcare-related graduate school (medical, dental, nursing, etc) or a postgraduate medical professional who
is in training, such as a resident, fellow, postdoc. Must be a JMSA member.

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DIMER Scholarships PCOM will contact eligible students Any DO PCOM

The Delaware Institute of Medical Education and Research (DIMER) provides opportunities for Delaware residents to receive a medical education.

Eligible applicants must be legal residents of the State of Delaware and meet the premedical academic requirements of the preferred medical college: Sidney Kimmel Medical College or PCOM. Bachelor's degrees from any accredited college or university in the United States are accepted.

The PCOM Financial Aid Office will contact eligible students from Delaware to begin the application process.

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Pisacano Scholars Leadership Program pisacano.org February DO All locations

The Pisacano Scholars Leadership Program provides educational programs, leadership training and funding for outstanding fourth-year medical students for a four year period. Students must make a commitment to the specialty of family medicine. The funding program is designed to reimburse a portion of medical school debt incurred by the student by the conclusion of the required three-year residency. The Foundation is especially interested in students who exhibit the highest levels of skill, compassion, and leadership. A firm and continuing commitment to the specialty of family medicine is an essential precedent for any applicant to receive a Pisacano Scholarship.

This premier leadership program is extremely competitive. Third-year medical students are eligible to apply. Only students who demonstrate a strong commitment to the specialty of family medicine will be considered. In addition, each applicant must show demonstrable leadership skills, superior academic achievement, strong communication skills, identifiable character and integrity, and a noteworthy level of community service. The level of financial need is not considered in the selection process.

NMF Scholarships nmfonline.org Any DO All locations

National Medical Fellowships (NMF) offers numerous scholarships to medical students. These scholarship programs recognize merit as well as financial need.

Visit nmfonline.org to view NMF's numerous scholarships for students enrolled at medical schools in different parts of the country. Many of the scholarships support minority and underrepresented medical students with strong academics. Others support students with demonstrated leadership, passion for medicine, and/or commitment to commmunity service and underrserved populations.

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AMWA Scholarships amwa-doc.org August DO All locations

The American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) envisions a healthier world where women physicians achieve equity in the medical profession and realize their full potential.

The AMWA offers several scholarships and awards for female medical students that are members of the organization. Scholarship criteria may include academic excellence, research work, demonstrated leadership, community service, passion for medicine, patient advocacy and more. Visit amwa-doc.org to view specific eligibility requirements and application procedures for specific awards.

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Cambria County Medical Society Lowman Scholarship ccmsociety.org Any DO All locations

The Cambria County Medical Society awards scholarships to deserving medical school students as directed in the will of Dr. John Bodine Lowman, a physician from the Johnstown area who graduated from Jefferson Medical College in 1895.

Eligibility criteria: Deserving medical student from Cambria County, Pennsylvania.

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IOKDS Health Careers Scholarship iokds.org November Professional programs All locations

The International Order of The King’s Daughters and Sons (IOKDS) is an interdenominational, intergenerational Christian service organization. The IOKDS Health Careers Scholarship Department has provided scholarships to students in health career fields.

Eligibility: Students must be citizens of the United States or Canada and be studying at an accredited institution in the United States or Canada. Medical and dental students (in human medicine) who have completed their first year of an accredited medical/dental school are eligible to apply. Students in pre-med courses are not eligible. Students studying in a college or university accredited in the fields of pharmacy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, and medical technologies who have completed a minimum of two years of study are eligible to apply. Priority is given to students who are working on their master’s or doctorate degrees when those degrees are required for certification.

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