Medicalfieldcareers.com Healthcare Scholarship

$1,500

October 01, 2020

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • Medicalfieldcareers.com is offering a scholarship to a lucky student that is enrolled in a healthcare program. All applicants must fill out form and submit a 1,000 minimum word essay on why they want to work in the healthcare system. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and currently attend, or have applied to, a nationally-accredited healthcare education program. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1940 Thibodo Rd. #203
  • Vista, CA 92081
  • 951-287-4420

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Giselle G  on 9/14/2020 8:22:14 PM

I am applying for this scholarship because it has always been a dream of mine to work in the medical field and be a physical therapist. One of my family members had to go through physical therapy to recover from a major spinal surgery and after witnessing the whole recovery and what the job of a physical therapist entailed, I knew thats what I was meant to be and what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. I applied for this scholarship in hopes I would get the assistance I need to help pursue this dream of mine and become a physical therapist.

Ali H  on 8/21/2020 7:32:44 PM

I felt that it was important to have a goal in life and one of my biggest goal in life growing up as a kid was to always want to become a doctor or work in the medical field. I made the decision to join the health care field based on my own choice, What made me want to really want to join this field was the love of getting to meet new people and being able to lend a hand to the people in need.One thing I learned studying in the health care industry is that I am a people person to say at least i love meeting new people and talking with people and getting to know them but growing up as a kid I was never a talking kinda kid but as i started going into the health care industry I started opening up to people and got used to talking to people the health care industry helped me alote and in the near fututre what i want to do is help the community i grew up on and help the people in need and give back to the community.

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