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American Red Cross Jane Delano Student Nurse Scholarship

$3,000

May 11, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Jane Delano Student Nurse Scholarship was established to promote nursing as a career and the involvement of new nurses in the Red Cross. The scholarship is available to nursing students (undergraduate or graduate) who have contributed volunteer service to or are employees of an American Red Cross Unit. A limited number of $3,000 scholarships are awarded each year.

    Scholarship funds may be applied towards tuition, books, and academic fees only. Recipients of the Jane Delano Student Nurse Scholarship and their Red Cross units are notified by the Office of the Chief Nurse. A unit may be a chapter; Blood Services region; Preparedness, Health, and Safety Services territory; or Service to the Armed Forces station.

    Applicants must have served as a Red Cross volunteer or employee within the past five (5) years and must have completed the equivalent of at least one year of college/university credits. Must be currently enrolled in an accredited United States nursing program and currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student in good academic standing. For more details and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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