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Southwest Washington Medical Center General Health Career Scholarships

SWMC General Health Career Scholarships: These scholarships are open to all graduating high school seniors accepted into a college of their choice, or returning college students residing in Clark or Skamania counties.


The three scholarship categories are funded by sales from Southwest Washington Medical Center’s two gift shops located on the main campus. The number of scholarships awarded each year is determined by the Southwest Scholarship Committee, taking into account available funds and qualifications of the applicants. Awards range from $500 to $5,000 each and are renewable pending reapplication and approval.

Applicants must be pursuing a health care related course of study (chiropractic, massage therapy, dentistry and veterinary medicine not included) in either an undergraduate or graduate program.

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