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Northwest Osteopathic Medical Foundation Scholarship Program

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May 30, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Investing in the future of osteopathic medicine in the Pacific Northwest begins by supporting today's osteopathic medical students. The Foundation's Scholarship Program helps defray some of the cost of osteopathic medical school. Scholarships are awarded primarily to students from Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington who are committed to practicing osteopathic medicine in the Pacific Northwest.

    Scholarship Guidelines:
    -Consideration is given to residents of the Northwest (Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington). The Foundation defines "resident" as living more than half your lifetime before medical school in one or more of these five states
    -Consideration is given to student doctors with a commitment to practicing osteopathic medicine in the Pacific Northwest
    -Students entering their 2nd, 3rd, or 4th years of an AOA approved college of osteopathic medicine are eligible to receive scholarships. Applications for these scholarships should be made in students' 1st, 2nd, or 3rd years
    -Scholarships will be credited to the student's medical school business office account for tuition
    -Scholarship awards are for one year. Recipients who reapply for a second or third scholarship are evaluated equally with all applicants. Prior recipients have no guarantee of continued support
    -No current employee or member of the Board of Directors, and no relative of a current employee, or member of the Board of Directors of the Foundation will be eligible for a scholarship
    -The Foundation reserves the right to request additional materials, references, letters of support, and such information necessary to evaluate the student's application and eligibility
    -Late or incomplete applications will not be considered

    For more information and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Executive Director
  • 1327 SE Tacoma #326
  • Portland, OR 97202
  • tate@nwosteo.org
  • 503-222-7161

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