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The Desire To Inspire Scholarship

$1,000

June 07, 2021

Awards Available: 2

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Desire To Inspire Scholarship is a one-time financial award of $1500 (1st place – $1000, 2nd place – $500) that is dedicated to recognizing young individuals from historically underrepresented minority groups who are interested in a career in healthcare and are making a determined effort to inspire others in some way, shape or form. The award can be used for educational purposes and/or for the purpose of pushing their missions of inspiration forward.

    Applicants must currently be a RISING high school junior or senior, meaning that applicants must be either in their junior or senior year in the fall of the coming school year. Applicants must also be a member of a historically underrepresented minority racial or ethnic group (Black/African-American, Native American, and/or Latinx-American), and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • inspire@blackmanmd.com

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