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Elizabeth Garde National Scholarship

$850

March 01, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • To be eligible for the Elizabeth Garde National Scholarship, applicants must have a 3.0 GPA and be a post- high school student or graduate student seeking a degree in nursing or other medical professions. A person can only receive this award once. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1474 floan point rd.
  • brainerd, MN 56401
  • trustee2@danishsisterhood.com
  • 612-390-1374

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Luisa T  on 9/6/2020 8:19:30 AM

After my experience in emergency and trauma nursing, I hope to become a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and carry out my passion for helping individuals in mental health crises. Many, if not most, of the people in my life have been touched by mental illness and I am a strong advocate of preventative, behavioral health resources that can holistically enhance the quality of lives. My goal is to pursue my doctoral degree and open my own behavioral health practice to care for patients of my own.

Raven W  on 9/5/2020 11:05:54 AM

My prayers and hard work is to become a Registered Nurse. I am 27 year certified medical assistant who has been in healthcare for six years.I will be the second family member who will graduate from a University. I wanted to further my education to become a nurse because it has been my dream and passion to continue to help those who are in need. I am currently working full time and paying for this degree on my own full time. Times are hard but I know if I keep the faith and keep pushing I can make it. I know that this scholarship will help me a lot so that I can take care of other school expenses as needed. Thank you guys for thinking about us students and wanting to help fund us a helping hand to real our goals.

Bianca L  on 5/19/2020 6:24:58 PM

My hope is to become a Dental Hygienist. I have recently moved out of an abusive family home and this scholarship would help me get further along as I continue my studies to reach that goal. Thank you for your consideration!

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