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The Pearl Mae Foundation Scholarship for Healthcare and First Responders

$1,000

March 31, 2021

Awards Available: 20

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Pearl Mae Foundation annual scholarship is for students who want to pursue careers in the health care or first responder fields to help support the increased demands of the growing senior population. Applicant must be seeking a career in the healthcare or first-responder fields (nursing, pre-med track, EMT, firefighter, police officer). Graduate students are also encouraged to apply. Priority is given to students living in South Florida and Corpus Christi, Texas. Applicants must also complete the FAFSA. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 775 W Indiantown Rd
  • Suite 4
  • Jupiter, FL 33458
  • hello@pearlmaefoundation.com
  • 561-340-5693

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Avenea. S  on 8/20/2020 3:30:49 PM

I am currently a freshmen at Delta High School. For me to achieve the goal of becoming an M.D, a scholarship would be very helpful way of paying for expenses.

Amber s  on 7/12/2020 11:50:34 PM

Hello, I am currently employed with the Baltimore county police department in Maryland and I am looking to go to college for criminal justice to receive my degree. I did not have the resources or funds to go to apply for colleges right out of high school. But 10 years later, I have a 3 year old and now I’m focusing on me and trying to further my education. Thank you

Diana H  on 1/2/2020 1:27:23 PM

I apply for this scholarship to help me wit my college expenses to achieve my goals. I will work very hard to get my degree as a RN. Thanks

Genly R  on 7/16/2019 8:35:29 AM

Hello, my name is Genly I am currently a sophomore at Nova Southeastern University. I plan on attending Nursing school in the Winter and this scholarship would really help me pursue my goal of becoming an Anesthetic Nurse in the future. I have always dreamed of working in the medical field since a young age and this scholarship would help me achieve that goal.

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